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The Rolling Stones Return to Houston in 2019

4 months ago by Cory Garcia
And so it turns out that the rumors that have been swirling around over the past few days are true: The Rolling Stones are returning to Houston. As a press release that just landed points out, it’ll be The Rolling Stones first trip to this part of Texas in over...
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Tweed Smith Keeps Her Birthday Party Rolling

2 months ago by Bob Ruggiero
Growing up in 1950s/60s Houston, young Alice Faye Smith – named for the popular performer from a couple of decades earlier – always knew she wanted to be a singer. There was really no other career path for her, simply because it was all around her. Everyone in her family...
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The Christmas British (Book) Invasion: Queen! Beatles! Stones!

3 months ago by Bob Ruggiero
Queen: Album by Album By Martin Popoff 224 pp. $30 Voyageur Press The insanely prolific music journo Martin Popoff (nearly 8,000 record reviews and many, many books) must be running out of performers to write about. Because in this latest installment in his Album by Album series, he tackles the...
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The Visions of Walter Salas-Humara Never End

17 days ago by David Ensminger
Walter Salas-Humara, singer-songwriter whose band the Silos has earned adulation from all corners of the music world, returns to Houston to debut at low-key Mucky Duck. Honoring his past and sharing fresh songs from his new album Walterio, he is bound to convey the full spirit of his sharp intelligence, composition wit, and demure craft.
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6 Best Bets This Weekend in Houston: Azaleas, Dancing Dogs and Skating Fun

21 days ago by Susie Tommaney
We've got a few clues to tell us that spring has finally sprung: the azaleas are in full bloom in manicured gardens around town, Discovery Green has let the ice melt to make way for its outdoor roller rink, and we're all making excuses to get out of the house...
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The Sitar Sounds of Anoushka Shankar

21 days ago by Bob Ruggiero
Anoushka Shankar gets it, she really does. She understands that when the general public hears the very distinctive sounds of her musical instrument of choice – the sitar – certain images come flowing into the mind. Certain images of an Age of Aquarius, or the sound coming from a 45...
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A Glimpse Into Determining The 2019 Gold Buckle Foodie Awards

20 days ago by Kate McLean
The Gold Buckle Foodie Awards celebrates its eleventh year separating the cream from the milk when it comes to carnival fare at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Yesterday, scores of local celebrity judges spent hours muscling through creation after creation—some of them exceeding our wildest expectations. By the fourteenth...
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The BellRays Return to Rudyards With Love and Resilience

24 days ago by David Ensminger
Conjured from the twin powers of husband and wife Bob Vennum and Lisa Kekaula, the BellRays have infused rock'n'roll over the last thirty years with the spirit of love, whiplash soul found in supreme Memphis tunes, and the tenacity and power of punk. They return to Rudyards on March 1 to prove the merits of their craft and philosophy.
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Laugh or Cry: Reviewing the 2019 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductees

3 months ago by Lisa Strain
This past weekend, the 2019 Rock n Roll Hall of Fame inductees were announced. Congratulations to The Cure, Def Leppard, Janet Jackson, Stevie Nicks, Radiohead, Roxy Music, and The Zombies. Condolences to Todd Rundgren (who had the third best fan vote), Rage Against the Machine, Chaka Khan, and a handful...

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