UPDATED (Monday, 10 a.m.): Corrects Daniels' moving to Austin, and adds information on the burial service and memorial. UPDATE 2: Comments from Daniels' girlfriend, Candyce Prince have been added. Scott Daniels, longtime Houstonian and guitarist for Carolyn Wonderland and Horseshoe, has passed. Li ... More >>
Carolyn Wonderland is in and of herself a grand Texas institution, and embodies the everything about us a musical people. We humbly knelt before her to find out what we could in 30 seconds. Rocks Off: What is the worst song in the world? Carolyn Wonderland: After much consideration, it's a ... More >>
Photos by Jason WolterHorseshoe at Rudz in MayGreg Wood and his band of merry men known as Horseshoe slide into Under The Volcano Wednesday night for the late-'90s warhorses' second "reunion" gig since getting back together at Rudyard's three months ago. Wood has been described as a songwrite ... More >>
Jay LeeDave AlvinRocks Off feels like we live in a Western. This is nothing unusual for us, except right now is the part of the movie (every movie) where one cowboy turns to the other one and says, "It's quiet out here." The other answers, of course, "Yeah... too quiet." Since about Free Pre ... More >>
Artwork via Horseshoe on FacebookWith a band reunion facing him in a little less than three weeks, Greg Wood is just happy to be here. "Man, I had that heart attack when I was 35 and I never figured I'd ever see 47, but here I sit," he gestures expansively around the twilight Sunday scene at ... More >>
City is ready for another honky-tonk close-up.
25 facts about Houston's biggest show
Photo by hykuAs usual for one of Jim Pirtle's parties above NoTsuOh on Main near Allen's Landing, this one extended beyond the night and into the morning. Local musician Greg Wood was there, upstairs near one of the windows. Sometime between five and six AM Sunday, he heard a commotion coming from t ... More >>
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Greg Wood's latest health scare costs him a few pounds of flesh and almost takes his arm
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Thursday, August 28
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SXSW finds itself covered in thoughts of war
Medicine Show is packed with talent, youth, and charm
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A redneck institution drowns in a flood of syrupy smooth jazz
Ash Wednesday (Stag)
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Horseshoe: Movin' the Goods
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Are a praised CD and a slot at SXSW enough to make this band happy? Of course not.