Search filters possibly?
MORE

Search Results for "Joe Bonamassa"

Article

Joe Bonamassa Is Feeling Different Shades of Blue

6 years ago by Bob Ruggiero
If you were searching for Joe Bonamassa's new record Different Shades of Blue in an actual record store (remember those?), you'd likely find it in the "Blues" section. But like most of the work he's put out since 2000, the material is decidedly more rocking as well. Still, the 37-year-old...
Article

Upcoming: 21 Savage, Dale Watson, Game of Thrones Live, L7, Lana Del Rey, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, etc.

3 years ago by Tex Kerschen
A constantly updated guide to upcoming concerts in the Greater Houston area.
Article

Glenn Hughes's California Breed Redefines the Power Trio

6 years ago by Bob Ruggiero
It was the late summer of 2012, and hard rockers Black Country Communion had just released their third album. But the co-singer/bassist of the very successful group, the legendary Glenn Hughes, was pissed. That's because the very future of the band featuring Hughes, co-singer/guitarist Joe Bonamassa, drummer Jason Bonham and...
Article

Distant Early Warning: Angie Stone, Ani DiFranco, Beach House, Chrisette Michele, Dax Riggs, Johnny Winter, Yanni, etc.

10 years ago by Craig Hlavaty
American Sharks, Passengers, Big Black Spiders, Young Brothers, The Mahas: Fri., Jan. 22, 8 p.m. Walter's on Washington. Angie Stone, Joe: Fri., March 26. Arena Theatre. Ani DiFranco: Thu., April 8. Warehouse Live. Beach House: Fri., April 23. Walter's on Washington. Blaspherian, HOD, Gravehill, Disfigured: Sat., Feb. 27. Walter's on...
Article

Blues Destroyer Jim Suhler Puts a 'Panther Burn' on Houston This Weekend

4 years ago by William Michael Smith
Dallas bluesman Jim Suhler doesn’t stand on the mountaintop and scream about it, but at 55 he’s had a rather amazing career in the often moribund genre known as the blues. When Suhler isn’t fronting his band the Monkey Beat, coming to town this weekend for gigs at the Big...
Article

Billy Gibbons, Others Remember Johnny Winter

6 years ago by Chris Gray
Tributes are pouring in for Texas blues icon Johnny Winter, who passed away overnight Wednesday while on tour in Switzerland. The Beaumont native was found in his hotel room in Zurich, a spokesperson said. He was 70. The albino Winter, two years older than his rock-star brother Edgar (of "Frankenstein"...
Article

Twenty Years of Live Miles Davis Jazzes Up Box Set

5 years ago by Bob Ruggiero
This summer, those two big musical festivals in Rhode Island are celebrating some important anniversaries. The Newport Folk Festival recently commemorated 50 years since the epochal moment Bob Dylan “went electric.” And the Newport Jazz Festival is celebrating 60 years since trumpeter and Festival favorite Miles Davis first took the...
Article

Latter-Day Bluesman Tommy Castro Introduces Us to The Devil You Know

6 years ago by Bob Ruggiero
If you had to find a CD by Tommy Castro, chances are you'd find one (or all) of them in the "Blues" section. But with his most recent release, The Devil You Know (Alligator Records), the 59-year-old California native who has been making records for 20 years consciously wanted to...
Article

Remembering Johnny Winter, Beaumont's Blues Lightning

5 years ago by Bob Ruggiero
Note: this Christmas, Rocks Off is remembering some prominent members of Houston's music community we lost this year, which we extended to include the legendary Winter, who passed away July 16. This article originally appeared on February 11. A December 1968 edition of Rolling Stone featured Texas musicians who were...
Article

The 10 Best Concerts in Houston This Weekend: Molotov, Lee Fields, Andrew WK, etc.

5 years ago by Chris Gray
Molotov Scout Bar, December 19 Taking their admiration for Public Enemy, Beastie Boys and Rage Against the Machine south of the border, Molotov makes party-friendly rock en espanol with a pointed message. The Mexico City quartet has won four Latin Grammys since debuting with 1997's ¿Dónde Jugarán las Niñas?, which...

We use cookies to collect and analyze information on site performance and usage, and to enhance and customize content and advertisements. By clicking 'X' or continuing to use the site, you agree to allow cookies to be placed. To find out more, visit our cookies policy and our privacy policy.

 

Join the Press community and help support independent local journalism in Houston.

 

Join the Press community and help support independent local journalism in Houston.