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  • Rocks Off: Inquiring Minds
    A little over a year ago, former Three Dog Night vocalist Chuck Negron stood onstage at the Stafford Centre at the finale of the "Happy Together" tour stop, belting out numbers while...
  • Rocks Off: Last Night
    Urban Cowboy Reunion Tour Feat. Mickey Gilley & Johnny Lee Stafford Centre June 25, 2014 Urban Cowboy has had an unusual half-life. As fiction, it comes up somewhat wanting today; its...
  • Rocks Off: Texas Me
    Have you watched Urban Cowboy lately? It's actually on Netflix right now if you never have. But the movie that in many ways put Houston on the map in the world's eyes -- how come nobody ever...
  • Rocks Off: Last Night
    Merle Haggard Stafford Centre April 1, 2014 Bet you 20 bucks that Keith Richards really digs Merle Haggard. He is one cool cat. The Hag doesn't say much onstage at first, and barely moves...
  • Rocks Off: Get Lit
    Buck 'Em! The Autobiography of Buck Owens By Buck Owens with Randy Poe Backbeat Books, 360 pp., $29.99 Music legend says that bluesman Robert Johnson made his deal with the Devil at the...
  • Rocks Off: Only In Houston
    Debonair Lounge Cafe 4212, March 31 Since approximately Labor Day 2013, the only way to get each week off on a good foot has been at this Museum District oasis of cool. Debonair Lounge has...
  • Rocks Off: Inquiring Minds
    In his career of almost four decades, singer/songwriter/guitarist Stephen Bishop has seen and done a lot. In a phone interview, fascinating stories come pouring out of him at such a rapid...
  • Rocks Off: Pop Life
    Here's some free advice for couples looking to ensure a long and happy marriage before the Big Day: don't let Stephen Bishop sing at your wedding. More specifically, don't let him sing...
  • Rocks Off: Last Night
    Willie Nelson & Family, Paula Nelson Band Stafford Centre November 19, 2013 The thought that Tuesday night might be the last time I see Willie Nelson never even popped into my head until...
  • Rocks Off: Only In Houston
    Trivium, Devildriver Warehouse Live, November 18 Across six albums, Florida's Trivium has refined an aggressive blend of thrash and metalcore generally too heavy for rock radio, but with...
  • Rocks Off: Classic Rock Corner
    For Beatles fans, the sight of the septuagenarian Louise Harrison is usually a welcome one. A familiar visitor to Beatles conventions and gatherings, she's usually got a warm smile, a quick...
  • Rocks Off: Only In Houston
    Empire of the Sun Warehouse Live, September 20 If you enjoy your woozy, MGMT-style electro-pop with the costume design of a Spielberg epic, Empire of the Sun is ready for their close-up....
  • Eating Our Words: Edible Events
    Houston Press Hoppy Hour @ MKT Bar Friday, 4-10 p.m. 1001 Austin It's time for another Houston Press Hoppy Hour at MKT Bar. Come over right after work to get your weekend started and enjoy...
  • Rocks Off: Classic Rock Corner
    As one of the more popular groups from the British Invasion to sonically storm these shores, Herman's Hermits racked up a number of uptempo pop hits. There were so many of the mop-topped...
  • Rocks Off: Classic Rock Corner
    Even though in terms of British Invasion band lead singers, he's about as English as English could be, Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits has always had a love of Texas music. Once he found out...
  • Rocks Off: Live Shots
    America Stafford Centre August 10, 2013 'Murica. Something about the '70s folk-rock band America reminds me of the happier parts of my childhood. I remember sitting on the green shag...
  • Rocks Off: Only In Houston
    Letters to Voltron Rudyard's, August 9 If you haven't heard Letters to Voltron, then you are missing out. It's like... how can I put this? Imagine if every second-rate, coked-up joker you...
  • Rocks Off: Classic Rock Corner
    While some classic rock-era bands have been able to carve out a comfortable touring niche on the strength of a couple of hits, others face an opposite dilemma in trying to cram all or most...
  • Rocks Off: Classic Rock Corner
    It is one of the '70s' most analyzed -- sometimes in jest -- songs. Why does the Horse have no name? Why can no one in the desert remember your name? And why the hell does the narrator let...
  • Rocks Off: Classic Rock Corner
    When Chuck Negron comes to the Stafford Centre tonight at part of the "Happy Together" '60s-music package tour, he says it will remind him of his Houston connection and how important the...
  • Rocks Off: Classic Rock Corner
    "JEREMIAH WAS A BULLFROG!" That odd, simple and urgent declarative sentence from Three Dog Night's "Joy to the World" is one of the most famous classic-rock song openings of all time. But...
  • Rocks Off: Get Lit
    Today, when the 65-year-old Howard Kaylan looks back on the '60s, it's still hard to imagine the kind of commercial and chart success he had with the Turtles, and how by age 22, it was all...
  • Rocks Off: Last Night
    Merle Haggard Stafford Centre March 21, 2013 Thursday night at the Stafford Centre, I watched Merle Haggard play some of the greatest songs from arguably country music's greatest period...
  • Rocks Off: Only In Houston
    Alicia Keys, Miguel Toyota Center, March 18 Alicia Keys just keeps rising. The Harlem-raised soul singer and pianist has reached the peak of her profession, exuding a retro vibe and...
  • Rocks Off: Last Night
    Ray Price Stafford Centre January 12, 2013 Ray Price has seen scoundrels, outlaws and pop-star pretty boys rule over country music for most of his lifetime, but he sounds determined to go...
  • Rocks Off: Only In Houston
    Down Warehouse Live, January 11 Long-running sludge daddies Down are still riding high from last year's six-song EP, Down IV Part I - The Purple EP, and rightfully so. The effort was one of...
  • Music: Show Preview
    Once Hank Williams Sr.'s roommate, Ray Price turns 87 years young at this Saturday-night Stafford Centre birthday party. The East Texan got his big break on 1953's "I'll Be There (If You...
  • Rocks Off: Only In Houston
    DJ Sun The Flat, November 12 For two decades now, DJ Sun has been a Houston turntable institution thanks to his his wide-ranging sets, which only start with jazz, hip-hop, R&B, soul, Latin,...
  • Rocks Off: Playbill
    Victor Wooten San Jacinto College Central Victor Wooten is the kind of musician who leaves other musicians, especially bass players, in awe. One of his four older brothers taught Wooten the...
  • Rocks Off: Only In Houston
    It's hard to single out just one of the Cactus Music in-stores Rocks Off is sponsoring Saturday, so we'll go with... both! At 1 p.m., mystical Houston singer-songwriter Tyagaraja previews...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    For some, a circus is all about animal tricks, clowns and calliope music. At Cirque Imagination's RUCKUS, it's all about aerial silk routines and acrobatics. The group normally show-cases...
  • Rocks Off: Last Night
    Steve Earle & the Dukes, The Mastersons Stafford Centre for the Performing Arts April 25, 2012 After three decades of music, mischief and critical accolades, it might come as a surprise to...
  • Art Attack: Ballet
    This town has gone nuts! It is officially Nutcracker season in Houston! The Houston Ballet's production of Tchaikovsky's renowned ballet is a holiday staple, but HB isn't the only toe shoe...
  • Art Attack: Visual Arts
    For Daniel Monsanto, author of Postcard History Series: Houston, it began with curiosity. What did Houston look like before there were skyscrapers and modern buildings here? He found his...
  • Rocks Off: Last Night
    Glen Campbell Stafford Centre September 21, 2011 Thursday night may have been the most profoundly uncomfortable Aftermath has ever been watching a live performance. In the past year, we...
  • Rocks Off: Last Night
    Boz Scaggs Stafford Centre February 17, 2011 While mellow modern jazz players have hijacked and ruined the word "smooth" as a synonym for blandness, Thursday night Boz Scaggs helped reclaim...
  • Music:
    Gaining national fame in the '70s with the monster album Silk Degrees and a lengthy string of hit singles — "Lowdown," "Lido Shuffle," Urban Cowboy's "Look What You've Done to Me,"...
  • Rocks Off: Inquiring Minds
    These days, it's good to be the Wizard of Boz. In recent times, Boz Scaggs has been recording and touring as he pleases, including a highly successful road jaunt with Donald Fagen of Steely...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Something interesting happened to saxophonist David Caceres during his recent three-year stint in New York — someone suggested that he record an album featuring not his sax-playing but...
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