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Photos by: Oscar Herrera Excision brought the bass and energy to a packed 713 Music Hall on February 24, kicking off his Nexus Tour in an electrifying fashion. The show, which was sold out well in advance, saw fans eager to experience his signature dubstep beats and incredible on-screen visuals. While the first...

All photos by: Oscar Herrera Chris Stapleton played at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in the Woodlands on Friday, Nov. 17 for his All American Road Show Tour. This is his rescheduled show from the initial Oct. 23 date he had to cancel due to an upper respiratory infection. Stapleton had two openers before...

All photos by: Julissa Rivera Faye Webster took the stage at White Oak Music Hall on Nov. 13 to perform songs off of her albums, “Atlanta Millionaires Club,” “I Know I’m Funny haha” and more. The sold-out show didn’t stop concertgoers from waiting in the rain to see her live. Webster is from Atlanta, Georgia and...

All photos by: Cindy Rivas Alfaro Friday night, Stephen Sanchez brought the 50s back to Houston at White Oak Music Hall to perform songs from his new album “Angel Face.” Constantly compared to Elvis Presley, Sanchez encapsulates that energy in his song “Shake” where he moves across the stage in classic Presley...

All photos by: Oscar Herrera Pierce the Veil made a stop in Houston at 713 Music Hall for “The Jaws of Life” tour this past Sunday. The venue was packed with new and old fans to see an (arguably) classic pop-punk group. Destroy Boys opened the show, and seemed to be popular with the crowd. “Crybaby” was a...

All photos by: Alina Velasquez As the second and final day of the Honeyland Festival began, crowds of people lined up to enter those familiar gates. The energy was electrifying as attendees started to pile into the vendors on either side of the centerpiece that was the Beats Stage. One thing different about day...

All photos by Alina Velasquez The first day of Honeyland Festival at the Crown Festival Park in Sugarland was filled with amazing food, beautiful handcrafted goodies and flawless performances from Black artists all around the world. Festival goers were overwhelmed with the talent spread out through the...

On November 11 and 12, Honeyland Festival — a two-day celebratory event showcasing the creativity of Black professionals across various industries— is bringing some of the biggest names in food and the music industry to the Houston area. The two-day festival will overtake Sugar Land’s Crown Festival Park, with...

All photos by: Oscar Herrera John Mayer played a solo tour at the Toyota Center in Houston on Monday, Oct. 30. Mayer’s opener, JP Saxe sang an acoustic set to warm up the crowd before Mayer went on near 9 p.m. Mayer opened his concert with one of his greatest hits “Slow Dancing in a Burning Room.” As soon...

Trap metal concert at Warehouse Live? It’s HAARPER? Count me in. HAARPER’s concert was something I did not want to miss. It was energy-filled and fresh with performers who were new to my ears and acquainted. The rapper came to Warehouse Live in Houston on October 11. An hour before the concert started, people...