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.
21 hours ago | On the Road
There are professions as old as mankind that stand the test of time due to our dependence on them. Musicians make that list and Jaimee Harris knew this was the life for her when she was a little girl in Waco. Her father would fill her ears with mu...
3 days ago | Art Rock
Houston's Folk Family Revival are releasing their new album, Electric Darlin on local label Splice Records June 7 and celebrating with a record release show June 8 at the Heights Theater. Though it is their third album, making it was a whole new e...
7 days ago | Best of Houston
Listening to Amanda Pascali is an auditory passport, she manages to mix a traditional American Folk sound with the Mediterranean sounds of her ancestors. Her songs often narrate the experience of many first generation Americans; not being American...
8 days ago | Art Rock
Houston artist D. Kosmo knows a thing or two about starting over. Just this year he will see his youngest child go off to college as so many other parents will, “It’s a very strange experience, like that’s it; they are off to a new chapter. It tel...
9 days ago | Best of Houston
You can take the boy out of Texas, but you can’t take Texas out of the boy. Texas based songwriter, Matthew Logan Vasquez knows a thing or two about having to say goodbye to the Lone Star State, but the artist is happy to be making a return...
Fueled by the Ghost of Johnny Cash and LSD: Todd Snider Returns to his Talking Blues and Houston Roots17 days ago | Country Music
In the grand tradition of talking blues artists, Todd Snider brings the ridiculousness of life and current events front and center forcing listeners to take a look around. “If I had to really hone in on a religion, I’d say I’m an absurdist, and th...