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.
4 days ago | Concerts
Tomar and the FC’s are encouraging everyone to rise above all the noise with a little bit of love and a lot of soul. The Austin-based soul quintet just released their highly anticipated sophomore album Rise Above this month. They celebrated in the...
6 days ago | Concerts
Marc Broussard is putting his money where his mouth is, the same mouth that produces that deep, soulful voice the artist is known for. His recent project, A Lullaby Collection is his latest effort in fundraising for his SOS Foundation and proceeds...
7 days ago | Concerts
Finding balance in life can be tricky, everyone is constantly being pulled in multiple directions. Ian Moore is no different, the singer songwriter is constantly working on projects involving more than just songwriting and performing. He will be r...
11 days ago | Concerts
In 2020 it’s easy to think that everything has already been done. After all, everything is cyclical and few things are really new. Flor de Toloache breaks with this sentiment by being the first all female mariachi band. The unique group will...
12 days ago | Concerts
Valentine's Day is right around the corner. For some people, it is a day to celebrate their love for each other with marked up candy and flowers but for others, it can easily become a day to remind them of failed relationships. After all, who hasn...
17 days ago | Concerts
Detroit’s musical history is one of the richest and most genre spanning stories in the world. From Motown to Madonna, something about the motor city has helped to produce some of the most influential and important sounds in music. Detroit native O...