Last year, there was a period in time when all my favorite songs were titled “Satellite.” I have chosen to rank them to determine my favorite one.
By the end of the night, every single inch of the Cynthia Woods Mitchel Pavilion stage had been pranced, jumped, and stomped upon by the evening’s terrific performances. The jam-packed Night Running tour hit Houston with a lineup of 4 generation-spanning acts tallying up 77 years of career music-making: from the powerful anthemic songs of […]
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 […]
Austin is a city known for its music scene so it’s not surprising that talent brews on the streets and big names have started out there. Spoon is a rock band from ATX that formed in 1993 and has seen much success over the years. Lead singer and guitarist Britt Daniel and drummer Jim Eno […]
The biggest show, attendance wise, that SXSW has had to offer was Spoon this past Thursday at Auditorium Shores. The show was free for wristband and badge holders and they were handing out guest passes for the general public. The park was filled; there were pets and kids in the mix, so it was the […]