Action Frank: With Punk Rock Project, GFY Go Fuck Yourself, Carter, The Bloody Von Erichs. Sat., November 8, 2 p.m., TBA. Last Concert Cafe, 1403 Nance, Houston, 713-226-8563. After the Burial: With Texas In July, I Declare War, Reflections. Fri., October 3, 6 p.m., $15. Warehouse Live, 813 St. Ema ... More >>
Alan Haynes: Sat., August 30, 8 p.m., $5. The Big Easy Social and Pleasure Club, 5731 Kirby, Houston, 713-523-9999. Ana Gabriel: Sat., October 4, 9 p.m., $75 to $150. Arena Theatre, 7326 Southwest Fwy., Houston, 713-988-1020. Battle Between: Fri., August 22, 8 p.m., Free. House of Blues -- Foundat ... More >>
NOFX House of Blues, December 13 It's pretty obvious that NOFX is legit when fellow oi! legends Rancid cover their songs, like they did on the BYO Split Series, Vol 3. But even without that validation, NOFX would still have some pretty unimpeachable street cred, given that 1994's Punk in Drublic is ... More >>
Rewind: RIP Leo Aston: Local Guitarist, Leo Trio Leader Passes Away There's an old saying about what happens when a doctor becomes a patient. Dr. Richard Patt, once a high-placed anaesthesiologist at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, became a musician first. Patt, who musically goes by "Dr. Rick," left ... More >>
Like our neighbors over at Eating Our Words, Rocks Off would like to tell you about some places that didn't quite make the cut in our few most recent Best of Houston issues (categories change every year, mostly), but that are worthy on their own merits; today we begin our weekly journey with blues c ... More >>
Inside this week's cover photo shoot
Musicians in their 70s and 80s are keeping Houston's traditional blues scene real.
Photos by Annelia WililamsEugene MoodyRocks Off woke up to Lady Gaga on Good Morning America this morning. It looked like she was having a little trouble with her zipline. The reason Rocks Off woke up to Lady Gaga on Good Morning America this morning, instead of Channel 13's Eyewitness News ... More >>
Thanks to the Houston Blues Society, local scene is healthier than ever.
Los Skarnales are set to release a new full-length with a new lineup
"The Big E" isn't your typical DJ
Former Houstonian Jerry Lightfoot goes deep inside the blues to save himself