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Lukas Forchhammer Says He Has a Responsibility to Write Profound Pop Songs

18 days ago by Jesse Sendejas Jr.
The world we live in can be tough and unforgiving, as Lukas Forchhammer, the force at the center of the Danish pop act Lukas Graham, knows all too well. Forchhammer comes from a place that could be tough and unforgiving in its own right, an anarchist enclave in Copenhagen which...
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Last Night: Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band

7 months ago by Bob Ruggiero
BOB SEGER & THE SILVER BULLET BAND WOODLANDS PAVILION MAY 2, 2019 “Felt the lightning/Waited on the thunder/Waited on the thunder.” Fans who had clamored to the Woodlands for what looked like a nearly sold-out show on Bob Seger’s “Travelin' Man Farewell Tour” didn’t have to wait until near the...
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Psychedelic Rock Unearthed in Poppies

6 months ago by Bob Ruggiero
Intended to replicate an LSD or mushroom trip—or as much at that’s possible with music—the Psychedelic Rock of the 1960s was definitely a distinct genre. Its laundry list hallmarks including swirling organs, freakish guitar solos, swooshing sound effects, and often non-linear (or nonsensical) lyrics. And lots about sunlight and daisies...
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Houston By the Neighborhood: Brays Oaks

7 months ago by Susie Tommaney
The circle of life can be found right here in the Bayou City. The historic Brays Oaks district experienced a tremendous building boom back in the 1970s and early '80s with new single family homes and major retailers, then the region fell out of favor as homeowners discovered shinier, up-and-coming...
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Lost Tuneage: The Frost

11 years ago by Bob Ruggiero
Who Dat? Formed in Detroit in 1967 - first as the New Bossmen, then Dick Wagner and the Frosts, the band included leader Dick Wagner (vocals/guitar, above), Donny Hartman (vocals/guitar), Jack Smolski (bass) and Bob Rigg (drums). They released two singles. By the next year, Gordy Garris had replaced Smolski on...
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Houston's Christmas Theater Offerings This Season, Part II

11 months ago by D. L. Groover
Hansel and Gretel German composer Engelbert Humperdinck was Richard Wagner's protege. He helped stage the premiere of Parsifal at Bayreuth, the theater Wagner built for himself, and even wrote some connecting music for the “Transformation Scene,” when the set couldn't be changed quickly enough. Humperdinck was also Wagner's most devoted...
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This Week in Houston Food Events: The Karbach Cook-Off Returns

2 years ago by Brooke Viggiano
Here's a look at this week's hottest culinary happenings: All week long and through Sunday, May 27 Royal Wedding Cupcakes at CRAVE Inspired by the royal couple's wedding cake, CRAVE, 5600 Kirby, 1151 Uptown Park, 2501 Research Forest, will be offering a limited time Royal Wedding flavor, made with a...
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Frost/Nixon Might Surprise in the Way You Feel About the Ex-President

5 years ago by D. L. Groover
The set-up: There's an emotion rushing through Company OnStage's bumpy production of Peter Morgan's quasi-historical Frost/Nixon that is, if not unintentional, quite unexpected - sympathy for Richard Milhous Nixon, our disgraced, Machiavellian 37th President. High crimes and misdemeanors, including burglary, hush money for witnesses, suborning perjury, willfully disregarding subpoenas, wiretapping...
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2018 New Year's Day, College Football — 4 Winners, 4 Losers

2 years ago by Sean Pendergast
In its short four-year history, the last time there was as much hand wringing as we've had this season over whether or not the committee chose the right team to occupy the fourth and final spot was in the playoff's first season, in 2014, when Ohio State's 59-0 win over...
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It's Good Coop/Bad Coop in the First Four Episodes of Twin Peaks

3 years ago by Alan Scherstuhl
Yes, there's spoilers below for this unspoilable show. “Don’t let yourself be hurt this time,” sings Julee Cruise on “Falling,” the plushly minimalist 1989 synth ballad that, a year later, stripped of its vocal and lyrics, would become the opening theme for Twin Peaks. David Lynch himself wrote that lyric,...

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