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Ricky Byrd is the Recovery Troubadour

22 days ago by Bob Ruggiero
When singer/guitarist Ricky Byrd looks back upon the Big Moments of his life, it would be pretty hard to beat the evening of April 18, 2015. There’s when on the stage of Cleveland’s Public Hall, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of...

Houston Concert Watch 3/31: Bonnie Bishop, Trevor Daniel and More [UPDATED]

23 days ago by Matthew Keever
The Houston Cougars are back in the Final Four for the first time in nearly four decades. My mom watched Phi Slama Jama make a few good runs during her time at UH, and we’ve had a lot of fun watching our alma mater’s recent success and celebrating together. Hats...

Tour Interrupted: Samantha Fish Returns To Houston

28 days ago by Gladys Fuentes
Last March Samantha Fish was on a whirlwind tour in support of her 2019 release Kill Or Be Kind on Rounder Records. She was set to play the Heights Theater in the spring but the show, along with many others, was canceled due to COVID-19. Almost exactly a year later,...

Houston Concert Watch 3/24: Waterparks, Samantha Fish and More

30 days ago by Matthew Keever
Keep your eyes toward the weekend, Houston. The forecast calls for scattered thunderstorms today and tomorrow, but Friday, Saturday and Sunday are projected to be mostly sunny with highs in the low 80s. Also, starting in April, there will be a lot more live music to enjoy, so get your...

Turner Names 31-Year HPD Vet Troy Finner As Next Houston Police Chief

1 month ago by Schaefer Edwards
Just three days after outgoing Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo’s surprising announcement that he's leaving town to lead the Miami Police Department, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner named HPD Executive Assistant Chief Troy Finner as Bayou City’s new top cop. In an upbeat press conference held as Finner’s wife and 10-year-old...

Houston Concert Watch 3/3: Ray Wylie Hubbard, Brandy Clark and More

2 months ago by Matthew Keever
I can't be the only one absolutely loving this weather. After last month's deep freeze and rolling blackouts, I doubt I’ll ever complain about the heat again. But when it’s sunny and in the 60s? Well that’s just special here in Houston. Keep scrolling to see what’s on tap for...

Houston Concert Watch 2/24: Junior Brown, Post Malone and More

2 months ago by Matthew Keever
It’s crazy to think that it’s been almost a year with little to no live music. And the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo has been canceled! Not such a hot start to 2021... But some venues are hosting concerts again, albeit at reduced capacity, and that’s news worth celebrating. Keep...

Mo, Mo, Mo: The Wild Ride and Times of Warner Bros. Records

2 months ago by Bob Ruggiero
It’s hard to fathom today, but in the 1960s and '70s, many record companies weren’t run by corporate boards, faceless businessmen, and bean counters. There were charismatic leaders installed in positions of power, real “music men” who could catch a new band or one of their established acts at a...

PMT Pop Up: British Invasion

Sunday, April 25, 8:00PM @ Continental Club
As part of its Pop Up: Cabaret series, PMT Productions announces PMT Pop Up: British Invasion Cabaret! Join us as PMT Pop Up returns for its first in-person performance in over a year! ...

Rolling Stones' Lost Steel Wheels Concert Fires on All Cylinders

7 months ago by Bob Ruggiero
In 1989, there was a lot riding (pun intended) for the Rolling Stones on the release of their new record, Steel Wheels. It had been three years since their prior LP, Dirty Work, and the feud between Mick Jagger and Keith Richards had been going strong in the interval. There...

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