5. RED CAT JAZZ CAFE Admittedly, Red Cat has its hits and misses, but for a jazz neophyte looking to make his or her debut into the world of Fitzgerald and Armstrong, this "cafe" is a good place to start. Its relatively new Franklin Street address places Red Cat at the very beginning of downtown, an ... More >>
Photo by Yuri Shkoda Want proof of the butterfly effect? Okay, a volcano in Iceland erupts and half-way around the world, Houston arts organizations have to scramble. Two highly anticipated concerts were forced to change their line-ups and one theatrical piece was rescheduled - tw ... More >>
The most underground music in Houston right now isn't rap or indie rock...it's jazz.
Homey Heights cafe King Biscuit hosts a first-rate jazz jam.
Houston's new downtown jazz digs
Major to Minor (Self-released)
Woody Witt takes over Cezanne, and all of Houston sighs in relief
Malcolm Pinson fights for bebop values