Monthly archives: June, 2016

Chris Isaak – House of Blues – Houston, TX – Photos

Photos by Eddie Ferranti


Chris Isaak – House of Blues – Houston, TX – Review

Written by Eddie Ferranti Covering gigs is a very wonderful way to escape the rat race for a few hours in Houston and just have fun.  When you get to go to one where there is a full blown “entertainer’ and chick magnet like Chris Isaak it combines awesome vocal range, killer band mates, and…


Leon Russell – Dosey Doe Big Barn – Woodlands, TX – Review

Written by Jim Bille Just before Leon Russell’s show started it was announced over the PA system that this was the largest crowd ever to see a performance at the Dosey Doe. The place was indeed packed to the rafter seats as the Oklahoma icon came on stage, sat down at his piano and commenced…


Leon Russell – Dosey Doe Big Barn – Woodlands, TX – Photos

Photos by Jim Bille


The Threshold and the Hearth – The Ragbirds CD review

Written by James Killen The Threshold and the Hearth – The Ragbirds- CD review A friend of mine turned me on to a folk rock band from the upper Midwest called The Ragbirds and their new disc, “The Threshold and the Hearth”. They are Erin Zindle on vocals and strings, her husband, Randle Moore, on…


Jimmy Buffett – Woodlands Pavilion – Woodlands, TX – Review

Written by Dave Clements It had been raining for days with widespread flooding in many parts of the Greater Houston area. I couldn’t think of a better distraction in the field of entertainment to come in and provide Houston with a little ‘disaster relief’ for the body and soul than Mr. Jimmy Buffett and his…


Jimmy Buffett – Woodlands Pavilion – Woodlands, TX – Photos

Photos by Dave Clements