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I SEE U, Episode 77: The Thrill is Ruthie Foster

Posted on · Four-time Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter and Navy veteran, Ruthie Foster speaks candidly about how the U.S. military served as an escape for her and many others in sparsely populated areas who simply desired so much more out of life.

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Delay in Harris County’s primary vote count (March 3, 2022)

Posted on · On Thursday's show: Harris County failed to finish the election count on time — a claim the elections administrator denies. So, what's going on and what does it mean? Plus, a conversation with the new chair of the Metro board, and remembering Houston blues musician and band leader Milton Hopkins.

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The Peterson Brothers, Prodigies of Texas Blues, Perform in Studio

Posted on · Brothers Glenn Peterson (age 19) and Alex Peterson (age 17) grew up in Bastrop, Texas, where at a very young age they were introduced to the music of Earth, Wind & Fire, The Isley Brothers, The Brothers Johnson and B.B. King. Since becoming musical prodigies in Texas blues, soul and funk, the brothers have racked […]

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Archive Hosts Relics of Houston Blues

Posted on · The University of Houston has become the keeper of Houston’s blues history. The UH Digital Library recently published an online collection of publicity photos and books that detail recording sessions from Houston’s old Duke and Peacock Record Labels. The blues history of Houston touches on the likes of Big Mama Thornton, Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown, Bobby […]