House of Blues

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If you are ever in need of entertainment, get yourself to a Tech N9ne show because you will surely be satisfied. Between moshers, devil costumes, synchronous barking, and crazy fast verses, there is never a dull moment. Tech N9ne performed at The House of Blues Houston alongside Krizz Kaliko, Dizzy Wright, and Futuristic on Wednesday, November 7th. The […]

The Internet, a band from Los Angeles, has taken over the R&B/soul genres and has resonated with younger, alternative music listeners. The band came together in 2011 when it was formed by former Odd Future members Syd and Matt Martians. The group wanted to make a more R&B, funk, and soul-inspired project; and under Odd […]

Someone needs to go check the guys from Nothing More to see if their hearts are still beating. I think they left them on the stage at the House of Blues on February 23rd. With friends and family in the audience, they held absolutely nothing back at their first Texas show on their The Stories […]

    Last night the House of Blues featured one of the most amazing artists this generation has seen. Big Gigantic, known for their jazzy-electronic sound, blasted the audience with a spectacular show. They were introduced onto the stage with the help of Shallou, another live performance focused artist. Shallou started off the excitement by […]

Don’t you hate it when someone just as old as you says something wiser than anything you’ve probably ever said? What about if what was said, was said in passing and the person who said it seems so nonchalant and careless about what they said, that they sound bored in their delivery, and just kept […]

It fascinates me sometimes how artists who have been performing for over a decade still manage to put on a super energetic show and light up crowds of all sizes. The Sunday show at House of Blues was no exception with Spoon, an Austin band formed in 1993, rocking out so hard you’d never guess […]

When you go to an organic show, you will know. The sounds that emanate from the speakers are unlike many sounds that artists can create on stage. They’re pure and soft and create a feeling that I watched change people in their facial expressions, their stance, their attitude. Bonobo and Jeremy Sole put on that […]

Last year the alternative music scene rejoiced as Good Charlotte announced an end to their five-year hiatus. Based from Maryland, Good Charlotte is a few of the remaining bands with 20 plus years of experience, six studio albums, countless awards and nominations and more behind them that are still active. During the hiatus, two of […]

Australian brothers Keith and Michael Jeffery of Atlas Genius along with opener Skylar Grey brought quite an eclectic set list to Houston’s House of Blues this past Wednesday – ranging from a cover of Tears for Fears’s “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” to “Molecules,” their latest single, Drake’s “Hotline Bling,” and The Weeknd’s “The […]

Whiskey Myers brought everything to a hefty crowd at Houston’s House of Blues on Friday. The beer, boots, cowboys, cowgirls and of course the whiskey of Whiskey Myers’ performance meshed together to create a magical experience worthy of a Texas night. The band prepped their chords as Quaker City Nighthawks prepped the crowd that traveled from […]

California math-rock band, Chon, took over the Bronze Peacock Room at the House of Blues on Saturday night. Despite Justin Bieber playing across the street at Toyota Center, they managed to completely sell out the show. Chon didn’t come alone, of course. They brought a crazy lineup filled with other instrumental bands that brought their […]

Louisville native Bryson Tiller paid a visit to the birthplace of chopped and screwed music Sunday night at House of Blues.

Hypnotizing with her mojo hair, Grace Potter brought cosmic vibes to Houston’s House of Blues.

Shortly after touring alongside Fall Out Boy, Wiz Khalifa and Hoodie Allen, The Sounds Like Gibberish Tour was an amazing experience to be had when MAX a.k.a Max Schneider along with special guests Kenzie Nimmo and Call Me Karizma rocked the house on Thursday night at the House Of Blues.

New Politics made their way back to Houston once again, and after almost two years, finally took an indoor stage at the House of Blues. The Danish trio, well, duo with a wonderful drummer from Brooklyn, are no strangers to the Houston music scene. They have played Buzzfest countless times so their tours usually never […]

I arrive at House of Blues on a rather tumultuous Sunday night as a stream of Astros fans make their way to where I presume the stadium to be. I admire the sharp contrast between these calm citizens in their bright orange and H-town shirts and my skater burnout attire.

On Tuesday, Nick Jonas rolled into Houston, Texas. This tour featured an opener, Bebe Rexha, a sololist who specializes in pop and EDM styles of music. The large crowd responded greatly to her sound and she was an excellent start to the night. The fans were ecstatic as Nick Jonas himself took the stage right on […]

Houston native rapper and producer Travi$ Scott held the homecoming performance of his Rodeo Tour at House of Blues on Monday night, alongside rapper Young Thug. According to an Instagram post from early Monday afternoon, Scott wanted this night to be the most legendary city on the tour; we showed him exactly that.

Whether it was Rachel Platten‘s sweet, bluesy cover of “Thinking Out Loud,” Paradise Fears breaking out with spoken word in the middle of their set, or Alex and Sierra‘s endearing on-stage dialogue and anecdotes (including an adorable Simon Cowell impression), The Good Guys and a Girl tour showed the House of Blues a great time last […]

“From the beginning we’ve always been trying to write pop music.” -Corin Roddick The Canadian electric duo composing of Corin Roddick and Megan James, otherwise known by their band name “Purity Ring,” finally released their new album to the United States this past Tuesday. Their last album from 2010, Fineshrine, received lots of praise for its […]

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