Monthly archives: July, 2011

Sade – Toyota Center – Houston, Texas

Written by Michael Pittman Jul 23, 2011 “It’s been so long…way too long”, She says. I agree totally and so did the sold out crowd of over 18,000 at The Toyota Center in downtown Houston. She took the stage with her trademark elegant backlit style and without a word started off Soldier of Love which…


Malford Milligan – The Mucky Duck – Houston, Texas

Written by Eddie Ferranti Jul 21, 2011 Storyville was a Texas super group in the mid-90’s that had an Austin based soulful, bluesy rocker named Malford Milligan fronting the likes of David Grissom, David Holt, Tommy Shannon, and Chris Layton. Rose and I have been lucky to catch reincarnations of the band at the killer…


Folk Family Revival – Dosey Doe – Spring, TX

Written by Matt Matthews Jul 21, 2011 I had seen The Folk Family Revival on occasion.  Most recently prior to their Unfolding cd release show at Dosey Doe in The Woodlands on July 9th, was at Heritage Place Amphitheater in Conroe back in early April.  Something extraordinary happened in that four month period.  Something flipped…


Harry Chapin Tribute Concert – Heckscher Park – Huntington, New York

Written by David Clements Jul 16, 2011 This is my first review for HoustonMusicReview.com, and hopefully not my last. This review started 40 years ago in Virginia.  The year 1972 was the first time I saw Harry Chapin live in concert.  This review, as you will soon read is all about Harry “Cat’s In The…


Ray Bonneville – Barnes House Concerts – Houston, Texas

Written by Eddie Ferranti Jul 09, 2011 The term “cool cat” is an old time, tried and true description of many things in life. This night at the Barnes House Concerts in NW Houston it belonged to Ray Bonneville. He is a Canadian born; Austin based singer, songwriter, guitarist, footpad stomper, and harmonica player. So…


Terri Hendrix – Heritage Park – Conroe, Texas

Written by Eddie Ferranti Jul 07, 2011 A good music buddy of mine, James Killen, recently gave me a tip on a sweet lady named Terri Hendrix. He said the combination of her and a guitar player named Lloyd Maines was like “peanut butter and chocolate-two different things, but when combined it is delicious!”  That…