Playing Today

David Caceres Trio at Eddie V's - River Oaks, 6:30-10:30pm
Dharma Cafe Jazz Jam at Dharma Cafe, 9-12
Gilbert SedeƱo at Four Seasons (Downtown), 6-11pm
I Am Mesmer at Brasil, 8-11pm
Louie Carrington at Post Oak Grill, 5-8PM
Robert Sanders Jazz Group at Sullivan's, 6-11pm

More Shows This Week

Wednesday
Henry Darragh, Tim Ruiz, and Charlie Perez
Friday
Bill Solley/Kim Prevost Quartet
Tianna Hall & Richard Cruz
Saturday
Haak Winery Fall Festival
Da Camera: Terence Blanchard with Poncho Sanchez
LoCascio & Witt
More upcoming shows...

New Local CD Releases

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Pasheen
The Big Purr

Mikeowenandpaulpeacock
Mike Owen and Paul Peacock
The Urban Jazz Project

Potsandkettles
Woody Witt
Pots and Kettles

News and Reviews

About Jazz(in)Houston

Houston, Texas is the nation's fourth largest city and home to a renowned jazz community. Among the better known names hailing from this Gulf Coast metropolis are The Crusaders, Hubert & Ronnie Laws, Kirk Whalum, Everette Harp, Jason Moran, Robert Glasper, Eric Harland, Mike Moreno, Chris Dave, Helen Sung, Kendrick Scott, Shelly Berg, G.T. Hogan, Don Wilkerson, Arnett Cobb, Jimmy Ford, Herman Matthews, Barrie Lee Hall, Jr. (longtime Duke Ellington member), Frank Lacy, and Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson. Resident luminaries include (but are not limited to) Joe Sample, Bobby Lyle, Mark Simmons (Al Jarreau, George Duke), Andre Hayward (Monk Competition winner), Chris Walker, Marsha Frazier, Paul English, David Caceres, Sebastian Whittaker, Larry Slezak, Kyle Turner, Dennis Dotson, Joe Locascio, Woody Witt, and Pamela York (Great American Piano Competition winner).

On JazzHouston you will find upcoming shows, local players, CDs releases, Jazz Education opportunities, and much more. This site is a community effort that has been online since 1995. Be sure to join to participate in the forums and to be listed in the musician directories.