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 | Current Events
The nation is on fire. With the brutal killing of George Floyd, a Houstonian who had relocated to Minneapolis, the issue of racism is once again front and center. Following his tragic death at the hands of police officers, demonstrations and riots...
5 days ago | Concerts
Local music festival Madness on Main was due to mark its sixth year this month but like everyone else, it has had to adapt to the times. The yearly event focuses on local and Gulf Coast region bands and was founded to draw attention to Houston’s v...
9 days ago | Houston Music
Record Store Day, like everything else, had to be canceled due to COVID-19. Originally set for April 18, organizers initially pushed back to June 20 but have since re-formatted the event as Record Store Day Drops, making it a three date event in A...
11 days ago | Houston Music
Houstonian and Mr. Oldies himself, Allen Hill is sending everyone a postcard during these strange times. It is addressed: from happiness, to happiness. Hill released his new single “Beautiful Sounds” on May 12 and is available now for streaming an...
The Sky's The Limit: Axelrad Will Host First Rooftop Concert With El Lago And Flower Graves [UPDATED]15 days ago | Concerts
As the city is slowly opening back up, bars and music venues are trying to find ways to roll with the new normal. Axelrad, the eclectic outdoor midtown bar, planned an innovative event weeks before the Governor announced his decision to begin phas...
16 days ago | Country Music
Steve Earle has never shied away from giving a voice to the voiceless. His latest album, Ghosts of West Virginia, due out on May 22 on New West Records, revolves around the tragic explosion at the Upper Big Branch coal mine in West Virginia which ...