No Can Do

Hall & Oates Canceled Their Houston Show, But Here’s Our Interview With John Oates Anyway

The Hall of Famer talks his new solo album, memoir, and what it's like being on tour at age 70.

07/18/2018 By Laura Furr Mericas

Musical impressions

Ludovico Einaudi Gave His Jones Hall Audience Exactly What It Wanted

The Italian pianist and composer transcended expectations Sunday night.

07/16/2018 By Dianna Wray

Album Review

Everything Here Has a Little Bit of, Uh, Everything

The new album from The Suffers further expands their already all-encompassing sound.

07/13/2018 By Cory Garcia

Boyish 👋

On Look Together, Wild Moccasins Make the Bad Times Sound Good

Huge hooks and subtweets abound on the Houston indie-pop group's first album in four years.

07/04/2018 By Cory Garcia

Music

The World Wakes Up to The Suffers

Back with a new album, the first local band to gain a significant national profile in a generation performs at the Heights Theater this month.

06/22/2018 By Chris Gray

🤘

7 Things That Happened at Post Malone's Houston Show

Guitar smashing, guest appearances, and lots of Bud Light.

06/20/2018 By Abby Ledoux

I Downloaded Tidal For This

8 Quotes from Everything Is Love For Your Instagram Captions

Changed the game with that digital drop.

06/19/2018 Photography by Abby Ledoux

She's Still the One

With Houston Show, Shania Twain Reminds Us She's a Goddess and Just as Good as Ever

Despite some bizarre intervals, the June 9 Toyota Center concert proved no one does country-pop better than Shania.

06/11/2018 By Abby Ledoux

Ice House

Houston's Oil Boom and Bust Inspired a Choral Piece

Called dreams of the new world, the interview-based composition examines the winners (and losers) of 1970s oil-boom Houston, along with other stories from America's Sunbelt.

05/29/2018 By Morgan Kinney

Wet n' wild

Should You Go to Float Fest? Check the Newly Announced Schedule to Decide

The five-year-old San Marcos music festival announced its schedule featuring acts from Houston and beyond.

05/23/2018 By Morgan Kinney

Gone but not forgotten

Relive a Night at the Balinese Room with the Houston Symphony

The annual HSO ball raised $1.33 million in an event themed after the famous Galveston club.

05/16/2018 By Morgan Kinney

Riot-worthy?

A Three-Dimensional Rite of Spring Comes to Jones Hall

The Houston Symphony teams up with inter-media artist Klaus Obermaier to reimagine Stravinsky's orchestral gem using a dancer and visual projections.

05/15/2018 By Sydney Boyd

🔥🔥🔥

Scenes From Houston's JMBLYA

We may have missed Cardi B, but headliner J. Cole blew us away.

05/09/2018 By Abby Ledoux

Switcheroo

An Eleventh Hour Lineup Change for JMBLYA: T.I.

After a last-minute cancellation, the Grammy-nominated rapper will take the place of Kevin Gates.

05/04/2018 By Abby Ledoux

Hip Hop

Young Thug Is Taking Cardi B's Place at JMBLYA

The Texas hip-hop festival, in Houston on May 6, sees a last-minute lineup change as Cardi B cancels all summer tour dates due to pregnancy.

04/26/2018 By Abby Ledoux

Turn down for this

The White Oak Music Hall Noise Dispute is Finally Over

A long-running dispute between the Near Northside venue and local residents has finally reached a settlement.

04/25/2018 By Morgan Kinney

Remarkable things

Bill Murray and Friends Slayed At Jones Hall

The New Worlds tour has to be seen to be believed. You also just really need to see it.

04/17/2018 By Dianna Wray

Let's Go

Matt and Kim Are Un-Retired and Ready to Play

The bubbly Brooklyn duo talks their new album ahead of next week's show at White Oak Music Hall.

04/04/2018 By Josh Davis

Thank you, come again

In Photos: In Bloom Music Festival 2018

Houston's newest music festival went better than anyone expected.

03/26/2018 By Morgan Kinney Photography by Todd Spoth

Best of the Fest

Your Day-by-Day Guide to the In Bloom Schedule

These are the acts where you'll find us each day of Houston's newest music festival.

03/23/2018 By Morgan Kinney