Jesse Sendejas Jr.
6 hours ago | Bayou City
Our city has a long, compelling, live concert history. According to the Texas State Historical Association, the Bayou City boasted a live music venue as early as 1838, which hosted American and European artists performing opera and classical piece...
2 days ago | Houston Music
I’ve never been a fan of the follow-up article. As a reader, it feels like someone’s returned to the barn to once again saddle a very tired horse or, worse yet, to beat the poor thing after it’s already keeled over from exhaustion. As a writer, it...
7 days ago | On the Road
In August, we loaded our backpacks and emptied our savings to follow my son and his band on its first-ever European tour. Whichever adjectives coax to mind any simultaneously challenging and wildly rewarding experience, they all apply. Including t...
9 days ago | Bayou City
“There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn't true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true.” — Søren Kierkegaard When we say the Houston music scene is amazing, as many of us do with bordering on annoying frequency these d...
10 days ago | Bayou City
The 2016 edition of the Yes, Indeed! Music Festival had all the hallmarks of a successful event of its sort. There were solid acts, eager listeners and, perhaps best of all, an adaptability shared by everyone involved. The event’s organizers set t...
14 days ago | Bayou City
Here's a prediction for you: this year, the Houston Texans will win the AFC and appear in Super Bowl LI. That may seem like a bold prognostication, but the truth is I make the same call every year and have since the first game of the franchis...