David A. Cobb

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  • 4 years ago | Concerts

    Pale, Come See My Dead Person, The Shiny Darks Warehouse Live Studio April 28, 2011 Pale is a transparent band. With a new record under its belt on a new label, a national distribution deal, and a well-known Los Angeles-based publicist, the band m...

  • 5 years ago | Blue Notes

    Self-proclaimed "spaceship jazz" group Drop Trio hit the Houston music scene with a bang in 2002. After a trio of well-received albums and a slew of live shows, the band's members - keyboardist Ian Varley, bassist Patrick Flanagan, and drummer Mik...

  • 5 years ago | Houston Music

    Moody Houston alt-rock band Pale premiered its video for "Catastrophic Skies," a song that was once under serious consideration for one of the Twilight soundtracks, last week. David A. Cobb of Houston Calling was invited to the set and sent in thi...

  • 5 years ago | Houston Music

    For what seems like months now, Rocks Off has been seeing emails and posts about Team Houston, Ford Fiesta, Backseat Jukeboxes, and the battle of the bands this Saturday at Warehouse Live. To clear up any confusion, Rocks Off recently asked local ...

  • 5 years ago | Houston Music

    Sharks and Sailors last played in Houston in the summer of 2008, riding high on its second release, Builds Brand New, and the resulting accolades. The band--bassist/vocalist Melissa Lonchambon, guitarist/vocalist Michael Rollin, and drummer Philli...

  • 6 years ago

    After considerable buzz and a slew of nominations and awards for his 2005 self-titled release, Tody Castillo kind of dropped off of Houston's collective radar. Thankfully, marriage and fatherhood didn't stop the now Austin-based musician from writ...

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