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.
12 days ago | Concerts
Houstonians rejoice. One of the city’s most beloved and respected music venues is reopening. The Continental Club will once again host live music starting April 1, and this is no April Fools joke. The venue was forced to shut its doors along with ...
13 days ago | Houston Music
Sometimes the best things happen when least expected. This is the case for Houston independent band Velveteen Echo. The four band mates came together in a very unintentional way and much like their sound, the energy and connection was organic. Lea...
17 days ago | Concerts
Last March Samantha Fish was on a whirlwind tour in support of her 2019 release Kill Or Be Kind on Rounder Records. She was set to play the Heights Theater in the spring but the show, along with many others, was canceled due to COVID-19. Almost ex...
20 days ago | Houston Music
With jury selection in the trial against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd in the news, it can almost feel unreal that it hasn’t even been a year since Floyd died. With all that has happened since that tr...
27 days ago | Houston Music
Cactus Flowers is making Houston proud once again with their latest EP, Solace featuring four new tracks which show off what the band does best: rock out. Cactus Flowers will perform as part of Wonky Power’s Live Sessions on March 18. The live ses...
1 month ago | Country Music
Anything can happen in four years, just ask local singer-songwriter Max Flinn. It was four years ago that Flinn left his full time job at an oil and gas company, where he had job security and a clear upward trajectory in his career path, to pursue...