Monthly archives: October, 2006

New Found Glory w/ The Early November and Cartel – Warehouse Live – Houston, TX

Written by Todd Spoth Oct 31, 2006 at 08:00 PM October 31st, 2006. Halloween night. The last time I went to a good Halloween show it was this date in 1998. AFI, Hot Water Music, Sick of it All, and Indecision played to a sold out crowd at Fitzgerald’s. Everyone dressed up and had a…


Minus The Bear w/ P.O.S. – Warehouse Live – Houston, TX

Written by Todd Spoth Oct 30, 2006 at 08:00 PM I was definitely stoked to see Minus the Bear live for the second time, especially since they put on such a great show previously, and I was also fairly excited about returning to Warehouse Live, a spacious downtown venue that I have grown to love….


Bill Kirchen – Continental Club – Houston, TX

Written by Jim Bille Oct 20, 2006 at 08:00 PM Bill Kirchen jake-braked into town Saturday night with his diesel-billy twang for a show at the Continental Club.  Kirchen has been haulin’ his sound around for quite some time and is a real treat to see.  In earlier days, with Commander Cody and His Lost…


Built To Spill – Warehouse Live – Houston, TX

Written by James Dillon Oct 18, 2006 at 08:00 PM Built to Spill is the kind of band that doesn’t need to put on a circus show to entertain their audiences. They are a group of men who have completely mastered their instruments and this was obvious on Wednesday, October 18th at Warehouse Live. When…


Frank Black w/ Kentucky Prophet – Meridian – Houston, TX

Written by James Dillon Oct 11, 2006 at 08:00 PM They are a few names in alternative rock that are somewhat legendary. Frank Black is defiantly a name that you would find on that relatively short list. From fronting the oh so influential Pixies, to a successful career on his own, the man has made…


Strike Anywhere w/ Bane – Walter’s On Washington – Houston, TX

Written by Samuel Barker Oct 10, 2006 at 08:00 PM Over a decade ago, I stood as a grungy high school with dyed hair, studded belt, chains and hoodie outside of the Allen Parkway Village to see a band that changed my way of looking at punk rock and music in general, Inquisition. This band,…


John Mayer w/ Sheryl Crow – Woodlands Pavilion – Spring, TX

Written by Eddie Ferranti Oct 06, 2006 at 08:00 PM Had a chance to go catch one of my favorite woman performers, Sheryl Crow, at the Woodlands recently. I remember seeing her blow away the families that showed up years ago when she was touring behind “All I Wanna Do” pop that got her noticed….


Mastodon w/ The Bronx & Totimoshi – Meridian – Houston, TX

Written by Samuel Barker Oct 05, 2006 at 08:00 PM It takes some balls to name your band after one of the largest mammals to ever grace the earth. You have to be certain that your sound is large and powerful enough to support such a moniker. For Mastodon, the sound is on proportion with…