Houston sax lion has always been in the "hottest band around."
Lightnin' Hopkins marker photo by Matthew KeeverIt was a real pleasure for Rocks Off and Lonesome Onry and Mean to bring you this week's Houston Press cover story, "Old School," but it was also bittersweet. Not to put too fine a point on it, but none of these people are getting any younger - ... More >>
A beloved local institution returns from the grave
The Houston 100 continues. Follow the links for numbers 61-70, 71-80, 81-90 and 91-100. 60. “The Rains Came,” Sir Douglas Quintet, 1965. The follow-up single to “She’s About a Mover,” this Huey Meaux mainstay of a lament would likewise rank higher were the sound not so indelibly San ... More >>
Jerry Lightfoot 1952-2006
The North Mississippi Allstars and Houston DJ Jimmy D team up on a revolutionary EP
The proposed Museum of American Music History could be the solution to our "image problem"
Beaumont's Barbara Lynn lucks out with a song that almost died
Exitos en Español: The Spanish Side of Freddy Fender (Music Club) /The Roots of Doug Sahm, Son of San Antonio (Music Club)
C. Davis closes, forcing Gosey to take his show a little further on up the road
So you know Houston's goats, heroes and high points? Think again.
Joe "Guitar" Hughes has never strayed far from the town that gave him his sound
Let Bobby Inside Your Head