Coog Radio Updates
On July 21, 2023, The Drums gave an amazing performance in the Downstairs room at White Oak Music Hall. The night was full of high energy and was opened up by artist, Cold Hart. Opening the show was Jerick Quilisadio, an alternative-hip-hop singer more widely known by his artist name, Cold Hart. His performance was […]
On Sunday July 23rd, legendary band, Nickelback brought the Get Rollin’ Tour to Houston at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion along with special guests, Josh Ross and Brantley Gilbert. Josh Ross Country singer/songwriter, Josh Ross, opened the night on a high note, playing songs such as “Tall Boys,” “Red Flags” and “Ain’t Doin Jack“. Ross […]
A list of songs I want to be played at my funeral. Although planning my funeral seems morbid, I want the end of my life to be a celebration. Therefore I compiled a list of songs that honor my existence and give insight into my spirit. Track 1. “Funeral” by Wallice ‘Cause we’re dancing at […]
On July 14, 2023, Binki gave an electric performance in Houston. The sold-out show was accompanied by Ernest Rareberrg in the upstairs room at White Oak Music Hall. The show began when alt-pop singer, Ernest Rareberrg, walked onto stage in a clergy robe while holding a Bible. Behind him was a guitarist in angel wings. […]
On Tuesday, July 11, Wallice and Nitefire performed wonderfully at Antones Nightclub in Austin, Texas. The Texan crowd rejoiced in the artist’s optimistic energy and feel-good indie rock music. At 8 pm, on the dot, Nitefire arrives on stage eager to perform. The lead singer, Nico, wears a suit and polka dot tie, juxtaposing his […]
Eslabon Armado obtains acoustic bliss by turning their heartbreak into a heartfelt corridos for Houstonians to enjoy. On Friday, July 7th at 7 pm, the doors to Smart Financial Center welcomed fans to enjoy their favorite ranchera band. Fans gathered at the venue in a sea of blue jeans and ranchera hats, eager to hear […]
Wednesday June 14th, the day Houston was transported back to the year 2011 thanks Logic and his entourage who brought the aesthetic of the early 2000s in 2023 with the release of his recent hip hop album “College Park”. When arriving at the show around eight, fans were greeted by opener Travis Stacey, whose set […]
On Thursday, June 22nd, Dirty Heads brought the Island Glow Tour to the Bayou Music Center with special guests, Yelawolf and G. Love & Special Sauce. Decorated with graffiti signs of love and pirate flags, this tour brought all the musical elements, including reggae, funk and hip hop. G. Love & Special Sauce G. Love […]
Bebe Rexha performed for her tour, “Best F’n Night Of My Life,” at the House of Blues on Monday, June 26th. The crowd waited for her much-expected performance.
D4VD and opener Scott James’ angelic voices soothe White Oak Music Hall. The air was saturated with 100-degree weather as fans waited for D4VD outside the venue on Sunday, June 25. After an intense first visit to Houston in February, D4VD returned to White Oak with a larger crowd and a brighter smile. Despite the […]
As I have reflected on my last year of being a teenager, I have made decisions to do things without overthinking, which has changed my life. This year has been a rough one for me. I wanted to be able to change that by finding things that make me happy, a reason to get out […]
Ava Max performed for her tour, “On Tour (Finally),” at House of Blues Houston on Thursday, June 15th. A sold-out crowd awaited her anticipated performance.
In one of the early teasers for MAX’s new proudy controversial series The Idol, the question is posed “When was the last truly-f***ing nasty, nasty, bad pop-girl?”. Though the line comes from a series whose contents and themes have been (and should be) examined with a critical lens, I still sat and pondered the question. […]
Astrud Gilberto’s graceful voice was gone too soon from the world on June 5th, 2023. Gilberto’s voice will be remembered through songs and so much more.
Soul music is more alive than ever with Baby Rose and Q showing out on their Through the Soul tour. Washington D.C native Baby Rose and Florida native Q came together to celebrate their new projects by hitting the road across the states. Baby Rose released her second album, Through and Thorugh, in April with […]
A CD from the local Barnes and Nobel help me dive into the 1960’s country star lyrics of heartache and longing for unrequited love. Patsy Cline’s soothing country vocals accompanied by The Jordanaries’ strings brought the country sensation into stardom during the mid-1950s and early 1960s. Despite the vocals being raw and vulnerable, a different […]
Louisville legend Bryson Tiller is back and better after not hitting the road since 2018. The rapper was very much missed on the stages, and here in Houston, he sold out the House of Blues. The venue was packed from wall to wall! Everyone stepped out in their best outfits ready to see the RnB […]
Tears were shed and giggles shared as Indie Singer-Songwriter Leith Ross graced the White Oak Music Hall stage this past Monday. The artist, whose original songs blew up on TikTok after posting singing clips, held one of the most intimate and heartwarming concerts I’ve experienced to date. The concert additionally featured songs from opener act […]
The hottest summer festival landed in the space city! Summer Jam HTX 2023 was a music festival filled with talent, food, clothes, and tons of fun. The festival ground had a two-stage setup, the main was called “Houston” and the smaller was the “L.O.U.D”. Both of these stages were up and running by 2:30 PM […]
Third time’s a charm, right? the Killers finally play their long awaited show at the Toyota Center on Mother’s Day. On a beautiful Mother’s day afternoon, the Toyota Center in Downtown Houston was filling up with fans from all over the state. As soon as the Lemon Twigs finished their opening set, they Everyone panicked […]