Jesse Sendejas Jr.
Jesse’s been writing for the Houston Press since 2013. His work has appeared elsewhere, notably on the desk of the English teacher of his high school girlfriend, Tish. The teacher recognized Jesse’s writing and gave Tish a failing grade for the essay. Tish and Jesse celebrated their 33rd anniversary as a couple in October.
2 days ago | Listen Up!
JJ Grey’s passed a couple of career and personal milestones recently. He’s been crafting his distinguishable brand of soulful southern rock/rhythm and blues for better than 20 years now, for instance. He celebrated a 50th birthday not that long ag...
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Houston Press’s Chris Gray once wrote that Rudyard’s is beloved by local musicians because of its “commitment to putting the bands first.” He penned that line for an article about Stacy Hartoon, someone who’s made that commitment her highest prior...
20 days ago | Concerts
Sure, it's the end of the year and a review of the best concerts Houston hosted in 2018 might be in order and certainly would be easy to draw up; but, why not look ahead? Here are ten shows we're excited to scribble onto our calendars ...
28 days ago | Houston Music
Houston blues belter Sarah Grace completed her run on NBC’s singing competition The Voice this week. Her formidable talents as a singer and musician led her to the series’ semi-finals and showed music fans everywhere the talent hailing from Housto...
1 month ago | Listen Up!
Darwin’s Finches is a Galveston band with a strong Houston legacy. Since its inception in 2006, it’s existed in various iterations, but the one constant has been the far-out genius of its front man and songwriter, Justin Clay. Clay is inside the s...
1 month ago | Houston Music
Maybe you don’t recognize it, but Amanda Pascali says there’s a love song at the heart of any good political song. “I like to think of my music, especially the political songs, as more of an internal journey than an external one. A lot of folk mus...