Shot Through The Heart: Images From Saturday's HPMA Showcase
Good afternoon, everyone.
Rocks Off hopes you're having a nice, relaxing Sunday. We'd like to thank all of you who came out to our Houston Press Music Awards showcase on Washington Avenue yesterday, and especially all our colleagues who helped make it happen. It was hot and sticky, especially after a 2 p.m. downpour, but as you can see above, everyone seemed to have a pretty good time.
We certainly did. It was a Category 5 whirlwind of an afternoon, and Rocks Off is still sorting through all our pictures, reviews, etc. We thought we'd give you a little taste this afternoon, though. More photos after the jump, and please check back tomorrow for a lot more.
Fat Tony took over on drums at his Pearl Bar showcase.
Smash Bro showed up for some tag-team rhyming with Tony.
Sean Padilla of Cocker Spaniels sat in too.
Between spoken-word interludes and twisted art-rock, The Manichean showered the crowd at Walter's on Washington with rose petals.
Crazy Eight spat some rhymes on Washington Avenue across from El Rey.
Artist "Venom" Bike Mike did some live painting at Bedrock City Comics.
Matt & Kim completely charmed the crowd at the Bud Light Stage with irresistible keyboard-drum duets and boundless energy.
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