Heart/Cheap Trick/Joan Jett - Rock Hall Three For All

HeartCheap Trick and Joan Jett rocked The Woodlands with a couple of great sets of classic hits and a couple of covers that hearkened back to the bands 70's and 80's heady days. With their enthusiasm and eternal rocking, youthful exuberance these bands couldn't have been happier performing to a sold out Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion crowd on a Friday night! 

Keep on rocking Cheap Trick and Heart, you put on great, entertaining shows!

Jack Russell's Great White tour recently stopped in on the tiny, coastal beach community of San Leon, TX and the friendly environs of the 18th St. Pier Bar & Grill. Russell and friends tore through a great night of rock and roll. We have the photos to prove it! Click read more to view them. 

Former Black Crowes vocalist Chris Robinson brought his bluesy rock band to town and treated fans to 17 song setlist that featured songs from two soon to be released Chris Robinson Brotherhood albums entitled "Any Way You Love We Know How You Feel" and "If You Lived Here, You Would Be Home By Now." Fans were also treated to cover songs from The Black CrowesBob Dylan, Jackie MooreLeon Russell, The Coasters and The Wailers.

It was a night of some serious guitar based rock and blues. Zakk Wylde, Tyler Bryant and Jared James Nichols all joined forces to bring this guitar driven show to The House of Blues Houston stage.

Eagles of Death Metal are an infectious, hard rocking, rock and roll, party band that is full of swagger. They can get a room moving and shaking with the chug of a guitar lick and that's exactly what they did. Jesse Hughes and company brought the cool to the House of Blues and blazed through a 23 song set that thoroughly entertained the packed downtown Houston venue.