Women Who Rock

Joan Osborne Brings Some Swagger to the Songs of Bob Dylan

Osborne brings the sounds of Dylan to the Heights Theater.

10/17/2017 By Chris Becker

Freedom Summer

Wadada Leo Smith Brings City-Spanning Civil Rights Masterpiece to Houston

Performed in parts between Austin, Houston, and New Orleans, 'Ten Freedom Summers' considers the psychological impact of a tumultuous decade.

10/10/2017 By Sydney Boyd

Risky Business

Rock Legend Bob Seger Postpones Houston Tour Date

Medical issues mean his Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion concert will be rescheduled.

10/03/2017 By Morgan Kinney

Oldie but a goodie

Da Camera Enters its Third Decade with Concerts from the Harlem Quartet

Jazz and Cuban rhythms are the focus Saturday, with an all-Beethoven concert Sunday.

09/20/2017 By Holly Beretto

Making Noise

Trombone Shorty Answers Our Questions Ahead of Tuesday’s ‘Party’

"If you could imagine Mardi Gras for 90 minutes phonically, then that’s what we do."

09/18/2017 By Laura Furr Mericas

Take me to [the] church

Steve Kilbey on Self-Reproach, Sinatra and Something Quite Peculiar

Australian rockers The Church roll through Houston for a gig at The Heights Theater.

09/18/2017 By Chris Becker

H-town Hottie

Rapper Megan Thee Stallion Answers Our Questions (and Releases an EP)

"I'm so outgoing, and I'm so cocky and confident in my music because I want other people to feel that way when they're listening to me."

09/15/2017 By Nandi Howard

Go with the Flow

Aguas da Amazonia Brings a Welcome Flood of Technical Ambition

Aperio, Music of the Americas debuts a new arrangement of the Philip Glass masterpiece.

09/11/2017 By Sydney Boyd

Fiddle dee, fiddle daa

Big Bands, Small Bands, String Bands: Three Instrumental Groups Raise Money For Harvey

With a Harvey relief concert at MATCH, these musicians believe spiritual recovery is as important as physical.

09/07/2017 By David Montalvo

Onward

On the Horizon: Two New HGO 'Song of Houston' Programs

The aftermath of Harvey addled the Houston Grand Opera, but it will not stop already-in-progress Song of Houston plans.

09/06/2017 By Holly Beretto

Fierce Mercy

Colin Hay on Fruit, Ferris Wheels and Fierce Mercy

The former Men at Work frontman brings his unique and expressive voice to Houston.

09/05/2017 By Chris Becker

Fall Arts Guide 2017

7 Concerts to Catch This Fall

Because who wouldn't want to see Lady Gaga in Houston again?

08/21/2017 By Chris Becker

Fall Arts Guide

Da Camera Looks Back at a Tumultuous Decade with an Evening of Jazz

“Songs of Freedom” pays tribute to Abbey Lincoln, Joni Mitchell and Nina Simone.

08/21/2017 By Chris Becker

Wonder Years

This Houston Duo Captures the Sound of Adolescence

A new EP from Teenage Wildlife brings all the feels.

08/14/2017 By Catalina Campos

Artistic License

What Does a Tapestry Sound Like?

A new Houston Center for Contemporary Craft exhibit considers the sonic qualities of visual art.

08/11/2017 By Cara Maines

Everything now

Notes on Arcade Fire from a Native Son

"I decided this band must be the coolest thing ever to emerge from the bougie patch of reclaimed swamp I called home—a belief I more or less hold to this day."

08/10/2017 By Morgan Kinney

Back from the Dead

If You Care About Jazz in Houston, Don't Miss Charles Mingus Live

After charting the entire album by ear, local musicians will perform the entire Mingus Ah Um live Sunday at Sparrow and the Nest.

08/09/2017 By Sydney Boyd

Local Bands

The Tontons Will Be at White Linen Night. Will You?

Learn more about the group Bun B called “the best band in Houston.”

08/02/2017 By Catalina Campos

Q&A

Camera Cult is Still Growing Up, and That's OK

The duo talks shop ahead of a Wednesday show at Satellite Bar.

07/25/2017 By Catalina Campos

They've Got the Majic

KMJQ 102.1 FM Says Radio Still Matters

Kandi Eastman talks the station's history on the airwaves and in the community.

07/24/2017 By Shondrika Cook