Florence and the Machine, Blood Orange Bayou Music Center May 2, 2012 If you skipped Florence and the Machine's show at Bayou Music Center on Wednesday, you might be out of luck. The English indie-poppers aren't likely to be playing the theater again anytime soon. Judging by the sold-out crowd's e ... More >>
The Shakespeare exposé no one has been waiting for in Anonymous.
As one half of Thin Lizzy's legendary "twin guitar" classic lineup in the mid- to late '70s, Scottish guitarist Brian "Robbo" Robertson started to make an impact on classic-rock history while still a teenager. That's him shredding on the legendary break in Lizzy's most popular (and, alas, al ... More >>
The Festival of Lights is upon us, as the eight-day Jewish holiday of Hanukkah officially kicks off at sundown tonight. Some of music's leading bigwigs will likely be sparking up the menorah, among them Lou Reed, Paul Simon, Billy Joel, Leonard Cohen, Diamond David Lee Roth, Perry Farrell an ... More >>
Newcomer Katie Jarvis's teen misfit swims upstream in Fish Tank.
One of the great recurring characters in modern American mystery writing has to be Myron Bolitar, the sports agency owner who frequently finds himself detecting on the side in murders most foul. He’s smart, he’s funny, and he finds himself in all kinds of messed up situations. And he has a gre ... More >>
An open letter to the organizers and music bookers of the Houston International Festival
Lawless provides an alert look at human bonds and the emotions that break them
Blur searches for America's kindly embrace -- just so they can shrug it off