Phil Collins recently announced he'd be open to touring with his former Genesis bandmates again, and those of us who love the band rejoiced. No matter the lineup, the English prog-pop group always possessed some of rock music's most skilled musicians. The extended instrumental breaks alone on some G ... More >>
Man wears colander on his head for Texas driver's license photo
Brother fights can be brutal. I don't know this firsthand because I'm an only child (cue sad string ensemble). But, I have learned about it from friends and relatives. It's kind of expected. But, one place you don't expect to see fighting -- at least not the extremely public version we've seen this ... More >>
Just put one foot in front of the other
Photos by Dave Rosales Keith Urban is a peculiar superstar. Take away the rugged good looks, and you'd still be left with a talented guitarist who, Tuesday night, gave every impression he'd be just as content jamming in the studio as headlining the rodeo before almost 60,000 adoring, possibly hyp ... More >>
Photo by Hallie JordanIn its celebration of all things cowboy, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is the perfect venue for someone like Paul Watkins, an Australian now living in San Antonio. Watkins is holding down a booth in the Reliant Center. He's there selling the chance to spend days ... More >>
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