He may be a senior citizen, but 67-year-old classic-rock skinthumper Carmine Appice will have a busier 2014 than you, for sure. In addition to co-launching a new startup label, Rocker Records, he has rehearsal and recording sessions with a new group, and a busy slate of live gigs with three differ ... More >>
Houston is "Crazy In Love" with drag performer Tyoncé Moore.
A few weeks back a blog post by Houston media watcher Mike McGuff tipped us off to the sorta-rebirth of Rock 101 KLOL, in Internet-radio form. Immediately the site went viral and was bogged down with fans clamoring to hear and see what the fuss was about and relive a part of Houston radio history. ... More >>
Dayna Steele, the onetime first lady of Houston rock radio with legions of "Steele workers," will read from her new book Rock to the Top: What I Learned About Success from the World's Greatest Rock Stars at 6:30 p.m. tonight at the freshly remodeled main branch of the Houston Public Library, 500 McK ... More >>
For almost 20 years, she was the First Lady of Houston Rock Radio. On the air, across the stage and in the dressing rooms, KLOL’s Dayna Steele rubbed shoulders and interviewed plenty of rock icons. And her loyal legion of “Steeleworkers” made her one of the city’s most recognizable media per ... More >>
The Houston Press has its very own blowout extraordinaire