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Spinning Records and Banging Heads With Metal Midgets Host Jim Florentine

19 hours ago by Bob Ruggiero
It’s the day after the announcement of Performer inductees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Class of 2021. And per usual, social media is lit up with fans’ very, very strong opinions of who got in that should have, or got in that shouldn’t have, or who didn’t...

Remembering Jim Henley, Who Showed What it Means to Make An Impact

8 days ago by Reid Hopkins
I was at Pappas Seafood on the Gulf Freeway, eating lunch with Jim Henley, when I said something I’ll always regret. Some in the Houston community will recall Jim as one of the Democrats who tried and failed to unseat Republican congressman John Culberson, before Lizzie Fletcher finally succeeded in...

Houston's Madeline The Person Represents a New Generation of Breakthrough Artists

15 days ago by Jesse Sendejas Jr.
Whenever a recording artist signs a major label deal, it’s big news. If the artist is from Houston, there’s some hometown pride added to the celebration. But, the recent signing of Houston’s own Madeline The Person by Warner Records isn’t just exciting, it’s also an indication of how the music...

10 Most Intriguing Songs Van Halen Covered In Their Club Days

16 days ago by David Rozycki
10 Most Intriguing Songs Van Halen Covered In Their Club Days.

1974: The Year that Movies, Music, TV, and Politics All Came Together

23 days ago by Bob Ruggiero
Ronald Brownstein has spent most of his life as a professional reporter in Washington, D.C., and today is a frequent political analyst for CNN and a senior editor at The Atlantic. But he also holds a deep interest in pop culture and—more importantly—how it relates to and connects with history...

Derek Chauvin Found Guilty of Murder in Killing of Houstonian George Floyd

28 days ago by Schaefer Edwards
After deliberating for around ten hours, a Minnesota jury Tuesday found former Minneapolis Police Department Officer Derek Chauvin guilty of murder in the killing of former Houstonian George Floyd. The 12-person jury’s decision on Tuesday capped-off one of the highest-profile trials in recent memory, in a case that caught the...

Astro Fans, We Need To Enjoy Zack Greinke More

2 months ago by Sean Pendergast
We know the current Houston tale of woe. I feel like some permutation of Deshaun Watson's trade demands, J.J. Watt's departure, James Harden's successful trade demand, George Springer's departure, and the respective existences David Culley, Jack Easterby, Cal McNair have been the lead for 90 percent of my posts since...

One Year Later: Looking Back on Five Albums from Lockdown

2 months ago by John Amar
When South by Southwest pulled the plug on its international festival last year, RodeoHouston's decision to do the same was inevitable. This writer was gearing up for Gwen Stefani’s pending date when the rotating stage galloped back to its storage unit. Or wherever star-shaped rotating stages go during their off-season...

As They Eye Live Music's Return, Some Musicians See the Return of Stage Fright

3 months ago by Jesse Sendejas Jr.
When live music returns in full force, so will an uncomfortable phenomenon for some of the musicians presenting it: stage fright. Josh Kirby, a member of the Portland, Oregon-based band Ludlow, expects to be one of those anxious musicians. Ludlow blends punk and folk styles into “music about the realities...

Early Favorites Developing to Land J.J. Watt and Deshaun Watson

3 months ago by Sean Pendergast
Most of the time, it's fun to live in a city where your NFL team is highly relevant, especially this time of year. If your team is garnering headlines in late February, it means they probably just came off a deep play off run, so it's about happiness, or it...

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