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February 5, 2011
Andrew Karnavas' music is full of mystery and mood, so Film Noir seems a fitting title for his new collection of originals. The songs are alternately smoky and smooth,countryish and classical, hushed and heartfelt.ö -Joey Guerra, Houston Chronicle
Grifters & Shills
Grifters & Shills writes and performs timeless music with deep ties to the past and a very assertive outlook on the present. They pay homage to the paths long taken, but continue forging the trail using their own voice and style. Continue reading http://griftersandshills.com
Niko Lorraine, a native Houstonian began competitive singing at the age of 12 & began playing acoustic guitar at the late age of 28 when a dear friend bought her a Gibson Epiphone which she learned to play independently. In 2001, after 911 she decided to severe all ties in pursuit of her dreams in a duo Called Symplicity w/ band mate & best friend B.J. Rose. Her influences include Ani Difranco, Billy Holiday, the Indigo Girls & Johnny Cash to name a few. She is by her own declaration the daughter of the marriage of Folk & Rock.
Teresa Vicinanza, Lara Catalani & Geoffrey Muller are Renise Dichards and the Wild Things, playing favorites by Lou Reed, Connie Francis, and The Spice Girls.
Alex J. Garza - Wendy Elizabeth Jones - Alexis A. Moore
Alexis A. Moore, Alex J. Garza & Wendy Elizabeth Jones
What happens when three extraordinary singer/songwriters decide to form a trio? Magic we bet! Join us in February to find out!
The Atomic Nightingales
The Atomic Nightingales
Thats the way the Atomic Nightingale's stage is set up. While most of the band members have played in male dominated bands in the past, in this band their feminine energy gets to shine with (from left to right) AlysonáPoston Fahl on keyboards, Susan Jackson on violin, accordion, guitar and vocals, Wendy Elizabeth Jones on guitar and vocals, Mona Lawrence on drums, Victoria Logan on bass and Mary Allen on guitar and vocals. Read more ...
JoAnna Jetton and friends have been entertaining market artists and patrons for the past 7 years. Playing as herself with Lou Wilcox and alternately with her bands The Humbuckers and The Fun Country Band, when JoAnna is on the scene, the toe tapping and boot stomping doesn't stop for days!
JoAnna is also cohost of the Blue Grass show on KPFT on Sundays! Listen in: http://www.bluegrasszone.com/