Catch Them While You Can: Wild Child at The Heights Theater

If you’re looking for some hippy and carefree party vibes at a concert, then Wild Child is the show for you. With seven people and over ten instruments, there’s no room for boring. It’s not like I expected anything less than fresh and exciting from this band, anyways. I saw them once before at Walter’s […]

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Bleachers in Austin, TX

Bleachers has been on my bucket list of live shows since he was supposed to open for Charlie XCX’s last tour. Unfortunately, the tour was cancelled, and any chance I had of seeing him was just as likely as me splurging on a trip to the east coast for the few cities left that he […]

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The Struts During FPSF 2017

“Guitar is dead on the radio,” my friend working for a local HTX radio station told me one night. It broke my heart. We were discussing how Houston’s local NGENRadio had transformed while he worked as DJ and radio personality there. It went from a fusion of Christian Rock/rap and hip hop to just top […]

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Good Vibrations Music Fest 2017

Good Vibrations is the first fully deaf accessible concert. It allows the deaf and hearing communities to come together over great music, hand crafted arts, and delicious food. With interpreters, live captioning, and visual light shows that sync to the performances, Good Vibrations is for anyone and everyone. You can learn more about the festival […]

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New Found Glory in Deep Ellum

To kick off the blog, we’ll be celebrating 20 years of pop punk with the rockin’ band New Found Glory. I first saw them live about a year and a half ago while they were on tour with Yellowcard. The only song I knew by them at the time was their cover of “Kiss Me.” […]

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