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The Dark Pioneers of Los Angeles Punk Cometh to Continental Club

1 month ago by David Ensminger
The Flesh Eaters, driven by the dark visions of singer Chris D. (Dejardins) have released a breathtaking album that borrows from the past and sets course for a future where poetic panache and rock'n'roll thrive. They are bringing their super-group, culled from the Blasters, X, and Los Lobos, for one electrifying gig at the Continental Club on Feb. 21.
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Thursday, April 4, 8:30PM @ Arena Theatre
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Los Lonely Boys and Los Lobos Jam Out at Revention Music Center

2 months ago by Marco Torres
Los Lonely Boys, Los Lobos Revention Music Center January 24, 2019 There wasn't a laser in sight last night onstage at Revention Music Center. No CO2 canons or massive video screens, no mosh pits, and definitely nobody "getting lit" or "raging". This wasn't that kind of party. This show was...
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Le Butcherettes Exorcises Its Demons in Houston

15 days ago by Jesse Sendejas Jr.
Le Butcherettes Warehouse Live March 8, 2019 It was an unfortunate (and quickly remedied) moment in Le Butcherettes’ show at Warehouse Live last night when the microphone died during the band’s first number, “Burn the Scab.” Vocalist Teri Gender Bender appeared to be shouting at the audience from miles away,...
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Lucienne's Inaugural Wine Dinner: Piedmontese Wine and Whimsical Creations by Jose Hernandez

17 days ago by Mai Pham
We haven’t heard much about Jose Hernandez since he took up his post at Lucienne at the Hotel Alessandra in downtown. A big part of that is because Houstonians don’t frequent hotel restaurants like locals do in cities like San Francisco and New York. And that’s a downright shame, because...
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Broadway at the Hobby Announces its 2019-20 Season Complete With Hamilton

19 days ago by Houston Press
If you couldn't get tickets to Hamilton when it came to Houston last year, here's the good news: It's coming back courtesy of Mischer Neurosciences Broadway at the Hobby for a run of more than a month starting in late June. Today, Broadway announced its 2019-20 season complete with six...
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The Krayolas Color a New (But Classic) Tex-Mex Sound

20 days ago by Bob Ruggiero
Fans of Little Steven’s Underground Garage channel on SiriusXM radio know that the station’s eclectic playlist embraces both classic and contemporary Garage Rock bands and performers. So listeners across North America got to experience a little bit of both when DJ The Mighty Manfred welcomed Hector Saldana – lead singer/guitarist...
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Houston Symphony Program Continues With Former Music Director, While Scheduled Violinist is Replaced

25 days ago by Sam Byrd
Former Houston Symphony Music Director Christoph Eschenbach returns to Jones Hall to lead the orchestra with a guest violinist as well as a towering romantic work by Austrian composer Anton Brucker in the program Eschenbach Directs Bruckner.
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Instagram Allegedly Blocking People With Psoriasis From Sharing Their Pictures

30 days ago by Jef Rouner
The National Psoriasis Foundation is alleging that Instagram has been blocking people after they post pictures of their condition on the social media platform using the hashtag #psoriasis. In a recent statement they said: We've heard from several of you about a few #psoriasis hashtags being blocked by Instagram —...
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Dave Mason & Steve Cropper Join Forces for a Rock and Soul Revue

30 days ago by Bob Ruggiero
In his decades-long career, Dave Mason has been a lot of things. Founding member of the seminal band Traffic (which punched his ticket into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame), hit-producing solo artist in the ‘70s, and collaborator and friend to a who’s who of rock royalty including Jimi...

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