This weekend May 31st - June 2nd, 2019
Published Monday 5/27/2019 5:01PM

Jimmy Buffett in the Woodlands
Jessie James Decker @ HOB Houston
and Austrian Comedian Hannah Gadsby

  Jimmy Buffett makes his way to The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion this weekend as the official day of summer approaches us Friday, June 21st, 2019, about three weeks away.
     Jimmy Buffett has built a four-decade-long career on creating and sharing a piece of the beach-bum lifestyle with his fellow "Parrotheads" around the world. Meanwhile, the Mississippi native expanded his tropical-themed empire into the restaurant, tequila, beer and casino businesses, while continuing to tour regularly and to record new music.
     The Buffett team last April announced how they will be introducing his line of cannabis products.
 . . .more Jimmy Buffett click here

     Jessie James Decker opens this weekend at Houston's HOB in GreenStreet. The singer/songerwriter has always considered herself a county music performer, but her team says the record label she signed with insisted she go pop music style. The music maker implies her label was looking for a Brittney Spears type pop music star.
     Her debut album, Jessie Decker, released in 2009, debuted at number twenty-three on Billboard's 200. The music on the album was a fusion between country and pop music, with more emphasis placed on the latter as dictated by her label said her team. The album also featured writing credits from Decker and seasoned pop songwriter Kara DioGuardi and Mitch Allan among others.
 . . .more Jessie James Decker click here USA, LLC

Australia's funny and hilarious Hannah Gadsby makes her way to Jones Hall in America's Bayou City this weekend (June 2, 2019).
     Gadsby is know for her creation of Nanette a character that was part of a response to the uncivil public debate which took place in Australia before their laws were changed to allow same-sex marriage, and also after what the funny lady calls her diagnosis of ADHD and autism.
     In 2018, Netflix released the film version of Nanette, which brought Gadsby to the attention of everyone.
     On Rotten Tomatoes, Nanette received an approval rating of 100% based on reviews from 44 critics.
 . . .more Hannah Gadsby click here


  This is the final weekend at St. George's Theatre for its riveting  performance of  The God Committee with the A.D. Players.  The moment arrives. A heart is available for a transplant and is in transit to the St. Patrick’s Hospital. There is a list of available prospects, but who gets the heart? Told in real time, The God Committee gives us an exciting peek into the deliberation process of the Heart Transplant Selection Committee and how our own prejudices, opportunities, and experiences can impact our view of the world - with unbelievably dire consequences.
 . . .more The God Committee click here

     The Rolling Stones have not played Houston in over a decade. This July, the iconic rock band make their way to NRG Stadium.
     The voice/showman behind the group,  lead singer Mick Jagger pushing well into his 70's had some health issues recently. Jagger underwent a heart procedure to replace a valve, prompting the Rolling Stones to postpone their North American leg of their No Filter Tour.
     The Rolling Stones were at the forefront of the British Invasion of bands that became popular in the United States back in 1964 and were identified with the rebellious counterculture of the 60s. The band's sound was rooted in blues and early rock and roll, the band started out playing covers, but found success with their own material; songs such as "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" and "Paint It Black" became international hits.
 . . .more Rolling Stones click here

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