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Beans Barton Halloween

10 years ago by Abby Downing-Beaver
Head to Dan Electro’s for a Beans Barton Halloween with Beans Barton and the Bipeds,Rock Role Theatre and with a possible appearance by the Tribal Lilies belly dancers. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show begins at 9 p.m. For information, call 713-862-8707 or visit www.danelectrosguitarbar.com. Sat., Oct. 30,...
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The Ballad Of Beans Barton, Captain Beefheart And Stomach Pump Ruland

10 years ago by William Michael Smith
Lonesome, Onry and Mean likes us some Beans Barton and the Bi-Peds. Loves us some. No act in town comes close to the joyous pandemonium of one of the Bi-Peds' performance-art sets at Dan Electro's Guitar Bar. Belly dancers, children, hippies, hula-hoopers, and other weirdos - in both the band...
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It's Zoom Zoom Zoom Time as Stages Re-adjusts Its Schedule

4 months ago by Margaret Downing
Pivoting with the best of them, Stages has once again redesigned its 2020-21 theater season, moving three plays to virtual viewing status, replacing some plays with ones with fewer cast members on stage and — perhaps most surprisingly (and ingeniously?)  — working with playwrights to rewrite some scripts to acknowledge...
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Ranch Style Beans

10 years ago by William Michael Smith
While he remains largely anonymous after 25-plus years on the Houston art/music scene, Dale "Beans" Barton is, for those who have encountered his wacky, frenetic performance-art shows, a local icon and people's hero. From the multi-layered costumes he peels off during his shows as his character changes, to the painting...
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21 Best Things to Do in Houston This Week: Edgy Dance and Woodlands IRONMAN

4 years ago by Houston Press
Jazz greats Jason Moran and Terence Blanchard in concert, too.
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Want Tickets to the Art Car Ball? Become Our Friend on Facebook

10 years ago by CAROLINE EVANS
The annual Art Car extravaganza is next weekend, and we're marking the event by giving away a pair of tickets to the Art Car Ball at The Orange Show. It promises to be a hell of a block party, including the delicious Street Food Smackdown and featuring performances by Los...
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Dan Electros Guitar Bar's Halloween

10 years ago by Abby Downing-Beaver
Saturday will see Beans Barton and The Bipeds and the Tribal Lilies Belly Dance Troupe entertaining at Dan Electros Guitar Bar. Costume prizes include Beans performance art (value $500-plus). Doors will open at 8 p.m., the show will start at 9 p.m., and entrance is $10. On Halloween proper, Chris...
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Houston Acts You Should Probably See ASAP

6 years ago by William Michael Smith
Note: Because there ain't a whole lot else going on, today Rocks Off is revisiting some of our favorite stories of 2014. Happy Holidays! The passing of Texas Johnny Brown last year hit me and a bunch of people pretty hard, so the September 12 death of Crusaders pianist Joe...
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What the HPMAs Looked Like in 1995

5 years ago by Chris Gray
Think for a minute about how long 20 years is. It may be halfway to retirement for some people (if only), but the people who just graduated from high school this past May or June weren’t even alive yet. If the demographic surveys we glance at every so often are...
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10 Houston Acts to See Before You Can't

6 years ago by William Michael Smith
The passing of Texas Johnny Brown last year hit me and a bunch of people pretty hard, so the September 12 death of Crusaders pianist Joe Sample was another slap in the face that many of Houston's musical heroes are closer to the end than the beginning. The latest bad...

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