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.
17 days ago | Concerts
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, step right up and be a part of a marathon made for all. This year will be the second annual Mid Main Micro Marathon, taking place Sunday September 8 at high noon. The marathon involves a jaunt around an impres...
1 month ago | Concerts
The Houston kid is coming back. Texas gold, Rodney Crowell, left behind his well-documented and rocky past with Houston many years ago, but has always held onto his roots. Crowell will be back in Houston August 15 to perform at the Heights Theater...
Black Joe Lewis is sick and tired of being pushed aside. The Austinite experienced a rude awakening in recent years; all the growth in his city has moved many hard working musicians like himself to the sidelines. “I’m kind of not a big fan of Aust...
2 months ago | Best of Houston
“Make the world go round one album at a time” is a slogan used by Houston’s Splice Records and written by its CEO Shaun Brennan. In a city full of everything under the sun, Brennan started Splice Records in an attempt to offer artists better suppo...
From the duality in each individual to the current bipartisan rift in politics and the world at large, Matt Harlan’s latest album, Best Beasts confronts the issues head-on. He will be celebrating the release with an in-store at Cactus Music on Jul...
Forty years can change a number of things; cities grow, fads come and go, people change or are no longer around and buildings can crumble. For something to sustain its strength after that long is nothing short of amazing. The Blasters debut album,...