Posted on · Meat Loaf, born Marvin Lee Aday, was best known for Bat Out Of Hell, one of the best selling albums of all time.
Posted on · The lead vocalist for Better Than Ezra balances performing his own music with writing Top 40 hits for other artists.
Posted on · The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter re-emerges post-Civil Wars with an inspired and finely-crafted new album.
Posted on · Houston's House of Blues tonight (May 15, 2015) presents Kevin Griffin. Whether you're aware of it or not, you've probably heard some of his songs. Maybe it's from the hits he's had as front man for the Louisiana rock group Better Than Ezra, songs like Good or Desperately Wanting. But if those don't ring a […]
Posted on · Whitlock played with ex-Beatle George Harrison, and sang with Derek and the Dominos, the group led by rock legend Eric Clapton. News 88.7's Ed Mayberry sits down with the duo to talk life, and of course, music.
Posted on · We learn more about Standing Room Only Productions and their staging of the 1960s rock opera “Tommy,” featuring the music of The Who.
Posted on · For the last five years, Terry Grier has served as the Superintendent of the Houston Independent School District, the seventh largest public school district in the nation, and the largest in Texas. On this edition of Houston Matters, in advance of a new school year, we welcome your questions for Superintendent Grier about public education […]
Posted on · The music camp that isn't really about the music.
Posted on · The Wheel WorkersÂ is a local indie rock band based in Houston. They formed in 2010 and book regular gigs around Texas, including a performance at South by Southwest in Austin a couple years ago. Theyâre currently promoting the release of their latest album,Â Past to Present, on vinyl. Houston Mattersâ Maggie Martin sat down […]
Posted on · Houston Matters talks with two members of the band Dengue Fever, who describe finding the one key element that gave them the credibility to perform Cambodian rock -- both there and in the U.S.
Posted on · I have a quadrennial fascination with curling. Every winter Olympics, I find myself transfixed by the event that seems like some bizarre combination of shuffleboard, marbles, bowling, and an intense desire to clean. And I'm not alone – during the last Olympics, the Curling Club of Houston offered a "learn to curl" session at the […]