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.

A night of classic rock at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Friend of Joe Walsh and fellow Texan, Ray Wiley Hubbard was a special guest and opened the night's events with a short set...

Georgia based band, Blackberry Smoke, made a stop at the Sam Houston Race Park, while on their Holding All The Roses Tour. The band played to enthusiastic fans who got a sampling of some good old southern rock.

Jason Bonham brought his drum kit and his Led Zeppelin Experience to the House of Blues Houston. Listening to classic Led Zep interspersed with Bonham's Zeppelin stories is a great way to spend an evening. The band was on point and cranked out the deep cuts and classic tracks.

Michigan based rockers, Pop Evil played Warehouse Live in Houston, TX in support of their recent album, Up. Check out our live shots of this show.