Gladys Fuentes is a first generation Houstonian whose obsession with music began with being glued to KLDE oldies on the radio as a young girl. She is a freelance music writer for the Houston Press, contributing articles since early 2017.
5 days ago | Music
With Texas leading the country in early voting turnout and Houston alone surpassing 700,000 early votes since voting began last week, it seems all of this year's turmoil has not been in vain. Kam Franklin of The Suffers has partnered with HeadCoun...
6 days ago | Houston Music
Even though finding an audience these days can be rough, Opie Hendrix is reminding us all that he still sings. The Houston based artist recently released Unhappy People, his fifth studio album, and has taken advantage of his “layoff” during the pa...
8 days ago | Houston Music
With basically all music venues and theaters across the nation in dire straits and few organized attempts to secure them the help that they need, small venues are taking matters into their own hands to stay afloat. Houston’s Satellite Bar is the l...
Seriously Stricken by a Bad Reaction to Medication, Musician Jason Yu Could Use a Little Help From His Friends28 days ago | Houston Music
The Beatles famously sang about getting by with a little help from their friends and for local musician and videographer Jason Yu, these words have never been more true. Yu was recently hospitalized and his sister has organized a GoFundMe to...
29 days ago | Houston Music
No one could have predicted the mess that has become 2020 but when listening to the Free Radicals' latest album, White Power Outage Volume 1, people might think the band and all of its collaborators had a crystal ball. “We just really took our tim...
1 month ago | Country Music
In October of 2019 Texas blues/country legend Bert Wills teamed up with his old friend and fellow Houston music legend Andy Bradley to record a sold out concert from the Galveston’s ETC Theater on the historic strand. The evening was filled with s...