Monthly archives: December, 2010

Better Than Ezra – House of Blues – Houston, TX

Written by Eddie Ferranti Dec 29, 2010 at 08:00 PM Better Than Ezra brought their “Road to Mardi Gras” Tour to Houston recently and Houston Music Review was there to check it out. For the second year in a row (almost to thee exact date) HMR was the only media there to capture a truly…


Hayes Carll w/ Bobby Bare, Jr & Travis Linville – Warehouse Studio – Houston, Texas

Written by Daniel Barker Dec 28, 2010 When I covered Hayes Carll at The Mucky Duck back on July 24th, 2010 my main theme was one of relief. Relief from the concern that one of HMR’s favorites had a 2 year void without a new album and nothing really even being discussed about one. Relief…


Alexa James – The Cove – San Antonio, TX

Written by Eddie Ferranti Dec 18, 2010 at 12:00 AM      Day two of a recent visit to San Antonio ruled in many special ways for Rose and I.  We headed to a neato joint called The Cove to have delicious din-din and we were not disappointed whatsoever. We’d been here before catching our beloved…


Ginger Leigh – Casbeers – San Antonio, TX

Written by Eddie Ferranti Dec 17, 2010 at 08:00 PM Rose and I recently had thee absolute pleasure of catching a multi-talented performer by the name of Ginger Leigh in three different arenas. HMR has been on her tail for a few years now and the “triple shot” of coverage began November 26 when she tackled…


Buzzfestivus Night II – Shinedown w. Ten Years – Verizon Theater – Houston, Texas

Written by Abel Carmona Dec 08, 2010 at 08:00 AM Tonight brought us the second show in 94.5 The Buzz’s Buzzfestivus, as we saw  the Smashing Pumpkins earlier this week for night 1. Tonight we got Shinedown  and Ten Years both stripped down and acoustic. Now as I have always said acoustic shows are hit…


Buzzfestivus Night I – The Smashing Pumpkins – Verizon Theater – Houston, Texas

Written by Abel Carmona Dec 05, 2010 at 12:00 AM Coming in to tonight’s show I was thinking back to the 90’s a time when music was making its change once again as it seems to do from one decade to the next. A time when the metal and glam groups were dying out or…