Monthly archives: April, 2015

Walk the Moon – House of Blues – Houston, TX

Written by Robert B. Johnson (@RobertSatellite on Twitter) Welcome Back to Houston The last time WALK THE MOON was in Houston, it was a supporting role for Panic at the Disco. In the months since, WALK THE MOON has really broken out. Although the band’s self-titled release was certainly a success (spawning singles like “Anna…


Primus and the Chocolate Factory – Bayou Music Center – Houston, TX

Written by Samuel Barker Reviewing a Primus show for me is always an interesting experience for me. It was a teenage version of me that woke up in the middle of the night to a Primus video playing on the television and ultimately decided that I had to play music because what I saw was…


Texas Crawfish Music Festival – Spring TX

Written by Eddie Ferranti Every Spring a very cool event pops up that catches our fancy.  It is the Spring, Texas Crawfish Music Festival that spans two weekends in late April/early May.  It is chocked full of fun with things to appease lil kidders to adults and all in-between.  Lots of good grub, highlighted by…


The Black Lillies – Main Street Crossing – Tomball, TX

Written by Eddie Ferranti Sometimes it is hard to meet a commitment to get off your duff and go cover a gig, especially on a school night at a venue that is over 30 miles one way. But when you do and it turns out to be a double barreled whammy to your delight, it…


Sam Bush – Dosey Doe – Woodlands, TX

Written by Jim Bille High energy mandolin maestro Sam Bush has dazzled people for a long time now with his brand of blue grass music….or in his case ‘new grass’ music. As one of the founding fathers of this progressive style of blue grass, Bush has continued to step over that sacred Bill Monroe boundary…


The Mavericks – House of Blues – Houston, TX

Written by Tracy Brandon With horns blazing, the The Maverick’s opened Thursday night’s show with All Night Long, a song that embodied everything that a 9 piece band should; which included special guest James Intveld on upright bass.  The song was an exceptional musical tribute to Raul’s Cuban roots. The energy built from the moment…


Bryan Adams – Woodlands Pavilion – Woodlands, TX

Written by Dave Clements I had just purchased a ticket to see the Stones in Dallas in early June and was getting ready to see Bryan Adams perform live for the first time.  I suddenly realized I was working on marking off two items on my bucket list. I’m not trying to suggest that they…


Moors & McCumber – Pandemonium

Written by James Killen Singer/ songwriter duo, Moors and McCumber, has been touring the folk music circuit, promoting their latest disc, “Pandemonium”. This effort represents a departure from the work on the last three albums in that the production has brought the music in from the campfire to the studio world of pop music. First…


Lewis Hutcheson – Soundtrack for Wandering Minds

Written by Mike Pittman Apr 02, 2015 at 08:00 AM How many long lost friends have you gotten back in touch with because of all the social media? Stepping way back in time to the high school years there were a bunch of us..and I mean a bunch that played together in bands.   This was…


Nickelback – Woodlands Pavilion – Woodlands, TX

Written by Dave Clements There was no fooling anyone about whether Nickelback showed up or not at The Woodlands Pavilion this April 1st!  Lead singer Chad Kroeger and his mates, all from Canada, came south with the notion in mind to entertain their legions of fans. And in this reviewers mind they did just that…