Monthly archives: June, 2015

Puddles Pity Party – Warehouse Live – Houston, TX

Written by Jim Bille Sunday night live entertainment can sometimes be kind of slow in Houston with everyone winding down from the weekend and getting ready for the work week ahead. But that was not the case last Sunday when Puddles Pity Party came to Warehouse Live’s Studio to perform for a sold out crowd….


World Party – Bronze Peacock Room / House of Blues – Houston, TX

Written by Jim Bille Karl Wallenger, aka World Party has been on a slow but steady return to music following a debilitating brain aneurysm that he suffered in 2001. After a five year recovery, Wallenger resurrected World Party in 2006 to perform at South by Southwest in Austin and the Bonnaroo Festival in Tennessee and…


Garth Brooks – Toyota Center – Houston, TX

Written by Dave Clements When I heard a while back that Garth Brooks was coming to Houston for eight nearly consecutive shows (two shows per night) I was both surprised and skeptical.   It was a bold move even for an energetic artist like Garth to think he could draw that many people to The Toyota…


Beth Hart – House of Blues – Houston,TX

Written by Dave Clements This past Saturday night one of Houston’s finest music venues, House Of Blues, hosted musical wonder woman, Beth Hart.  Heard of her?  My guess is that most of you will be answering no. I know I would have been in the dark as well if not for Pandora Radio.  Somehow Beth…


Ginger Baker’s Jazz Confusion – Dosey Doe – Woodlands, TX

Written by Jim Bille The Doesy Doe hosted true rock royalty the other night when bad boy drummer Ginger Baker showed up with his latest band, Ginger Baker’s Jazz Confusion.  It’s surprising to see Ginger Baker perform at all these days much less have the opportunity to see him in such an intimate venue as…


South Austin Moonlighters – The Mucky Duck – Houston, TX

Written by Eddie Ferranti Jun 08, 2013 at 08:00 PM Witnessing music live is such a wonderful way to drift back in time and be amazed at what you remember. In my case, I recently went back to memories of listening to music on the AM dial of my transistor radio. Today’s generation have no…


Ray Wylie Hubbard / Uncle Lucius – Crighton Theater – Conroe, TX

Written by Eddie Ferranti It is not often that you can encounter two legends in one night, but that happend plus more for Rose and myself in Conroe,Texas.  The ever popular Sounds of Texas music series concluded their 2015 run with Ray Wylie Hubbard and Uncle Lucius at the venerable Crighton Theater.  The Crighton has been around…


The Rolling Stones – ATT Stadium – Arlington, TX

Written by Jim Bille The Rolling Stones are back this summer with their ZIP Code tour which is hitting most of the US cities that were left off the 50 and Counting tour of 2013. Fifteen US cities and one Canada stop will get a chance at seeing the Rolling Stones perform some of their…


David Olney/Sergio Webb – McGonigel’s Mucky Duck – Houston, TX

Written by Eddie Ferranti We got to enjoy an intimate evening with some old friends both on and off the stage at McGonigel’s Mucky Duck recently in Houston. The performers were the dynamic duo of Nashville’s David Olney with his bearded sidekick Sergio Webb. We’ve been fans of theirs for many years thanks to Pasadena’s…