Texas Tornado Augie Meyers, king of the Tex-Mex Vox organ, can tell some stories.
The longest walk in the history of the Sole of Houston requires the longest piece. This being a blog and all, we have decided to break it up into three installments. Coming today, tomorrow and Thursday in this tale of 22-plus miles of concrete, mud, and fairly cold weather: The fending off a potent ... More >>
Marty Stuart is definitely one of the more interesting also-rans of Travis Tritt-era popular country. He only had a couple of real hits - "Hillbilly Rock" and "Little Things" both reached No. 8 in 1990 - but he's got a great pedigree. He was married to one of the Carter daughters, and was a good pal ... More >>
The twisted history of "Tighten Up"
A plea for monuments and musical preservation
There are 25,000 Cajuns in Houston. Almost none of them play Cajun music. Why not?
Wilfred Chevis provides the link between Clifton Chenier and the Zydeco Dots
John Nova Lomax
Clifford Antone looks to diva Barbara Lynn and others to help him regain some R-E-S-P-E-C-T
Tranquil Canada flavors San Antonian Doug Sahm's rustic music
From the Malibus to the Natives to on his own, Herschel Berry has haunted -- and been haunted by -- Houston music for three decades. So is he ready to give it up? You've gotta be kidding
Joe "Guitar" Hughes has never strayed far from the town that gave him his sound
Roy Ames and his Home Cooking records have spread the sound of Houston blues around the world. Some local musicians are wondering why he hasn't spread more of the wealth as well.