Twitter: Five ways to failTwitter is a fun thing. We can keep up with our wittier friends, pry into the lives of our favorite celebrities, and know instantly when our favorite websites put up new content. People love to shit on Twitter, but how else would you see pictures of Piccadilly Circus ... More >>
Photos by Craig HlavatyEd. Note: This is merch from the show and not a poster from Craig's room... we think. Aftermath shook hands Thursday night with Kenny G, a man who has arguably been one of the most reviled men in pop music now nearly 30 years. Why are we bringing this up? It's not to name-d ... More >>
Christmas is 22 days away, so you still have time to put in some online orders for delivery. And, coincidentally enough, we're going to bet that whatever holiday album you've been playing for the past few years is starting to get a little stale. You can only enjoy the velvet crooning of Bing Cro ... More >>
I just spent about 10 minutes of my life that I will never get back tooling around on the Yanni site and have discovered something disturbing. Ladies and gentlemen, Yanni was here, and I missed him. He played the Toyota Center this past Saturday while I was stuffing my face at the Ninfa's on Navigat ... More >>
Craig Hlavaty Words like pageantry, wonderment, and spectacle aren't used very much in the Aftermath lexicon. It's hard to divvy out those special labels when we are covering bleeding dudes in bondage gear half-raping each other on stage, the weekly parade of washed-up alt-rock groups making another ... More >>
Enough shows to keep concertgoers busy all season long
If singers were cheese, what kind of cheese would they be?
Thursday, January 19, at McGonigel's Mucky Duck, 2425 Norfolk, 713-528-5999.
Part ironic sophisticate, part sentimental movie composer, Randy Newman is an American original
A new book proves that The Games Do Count
Notes toward new and better criticism and marketing of wine and song
A guide to new holiday discs, from surprise presents to Tannen-bombs
The glut of holiday CDs kills the Christmas spirit
A Texas housewife/songwriter claims country hunk Collin Raye stole her song
So John Tesh was a TV star? Hey, don't blame him -- he didn't want it.