Tunes to croon
From pop-rock to art-pop to math-rock, the Bayou City's music scene has so much to offer.
The venerable rockers were actually pulling things off before Roger Daltrey’s voice gave out.
Plus, Houston's most unique entertainers for kids—and, fine, grown-ups, too.
Gwendolyn Knapp and Morgan Kinney
Bayou City Bash
We at Houstonia decided to do the leg work for you with this guide, even asking local pros to share their secrets. All that’s left to do? Find an excuse to host one. Given how much Houstonians love a good party, we’re sure you’ll think of something.
The international series of pop-up concerts is growing in Houston, and audiences are eating it up.
All the Buzz
Ode to Joy uses a quirky hobby to explore the realities of aging.
Olivia Flores Alvarez
Learn more about Kelsey Byrne's musical act ahead of a Tuesday show.
The refined sophomore album could propel the Houston band to national attention.
The new album from The Suffers further expands their already all-encompassing sound.
Huge hooks and subtweets abound on the Houston indie-pop group's first album in four years.
The bubbly Brooklyn duo talks their new album ahead of next week's show at White Oak Music Hall.
The trans guitarist and her band Giant Kitty make confronting hatred so punk rock.
"If Fleetwood Mac produced a soundtrack to Stranger Things, it would sound a whole lot like local Houston band Vodi’s debut album."
Laura Furr Mericas
The Houston band's music delivers a lasting, enjoyable trip without the necessity of any drugs.