Top Concerts in Houston: January 16-22, 2023

Top Concerts in Houston: January 16-22, 2023

The world famous Pink Martini is coming to Galveston’s Grand 1894 Opera House this weekend | Courtesy of Pink Martini

Catch music’s biggest talents at these must-see live shows and concerts in Houston from Monday, January 16 through Sunday, January 22, 2023.

Want to dig deeper for live concerts in Houston this month? Check the 365 Houston calendar for additional shows taking place throughout H-Town.

The 12 best live shows and concerts in Houston this week Chamber Music Houston: Merz Piano Trio at Rice University’s Study Concert Hall | Tuesday, January 17 – Merz Piano Trio is paying tribute to Rachmaninoff on his 150th birthday with Piano Trio No.1 in G minor, as well as the world premiere of a new piece co-produced by CMH. $20 and up. 19:30. Cody Canada at Main Street Crossing | Tuesday, January 17th and Wednesday, January 18th – Texas rock n’ roller and redneck Cody Canada is playing the Main Street Crossing stage after re-releasing cult classic Soul Gravy in 2022. $38 and up . 20:00. Eden at House of Blues | Thursday, January 19 – The Irish electronic R&B musician is taking over the House of Blues stage with tunes from his debut independent release, In Case You Missed It. $30 and up. 19:00. Dave Alvin and Jimmie Dale Gilmore at the Heights Theater | Thursday, January 19 – After being friends for over thirty years, these homegrown music legends decided they wanted to play music together, and they’ll be doing so on stage at the Heights with support from West Texas Exiles featuring Colin Gilmore. $28 and up. 20:00. War Hippies at Dosey Doe: The Big Barn | Thursday, January 19 – These decorated military veterans hung up their combat boots, picked up their instruments and decided to become a country hit duo by releasing their self-titled debut album in 2022. $18 and up. 20:30. Houston Symphony Presents Riots & Scandals Festival at Jones Hall | Friday, January 20 through Sunday, January 22 – In the second and final week of a fantastic two-week series, the Houston Symphony will play Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring and Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto. $30 and up. Times change. Night Drive at White Oak Music Hall | Friday, January 20 – The Austin sci-fi synth music duo will descend on White Oak Music Hall for a night filled with cinematic beats and upbeat tunes. $15 and up. 20:00. Wild Child at the Heights Theater | Friday, January 20 – More is more when it comes to Austin-based multispectral indie pop group, and they’re bringing everything they’ve got to the Heights as they play tunes from their 2022 EP, Wearing Blue. $18 and up. 20:00. 1999: The Legacy of Prince & Dragonfly at the Warehouse Live | Saturday, January 21 – Dear friends, it’s time to get weird and groove to the music of icons Prince and Lenny Kravitz at EaDo with tunes from the tribute artists. $10 and up. 19:30. DaCamera: Miguel Zenón Quartet at Hobby Center | Saturday, January 21 – Eleven-time Grammy nominee, Guggenheim and MacArthur Fellow, and one of the most acclaimed and celebrated saxophonists of his generation, Puerto Rico’s Miguel Zenón performs live at the Hobby Center. $37.50 and up. 20:00. Pink Martini at the Grand Opera House 1894 | Saturday, January 21 – It’s a live music extravaganza at Galveston’s beloved Grand as a dozen musicians take the stage performing music in 25 languages ​​across a wide range of genres, from cabaret to 1940s film scores. and ’50. $35 and up. 20:00. CJ Chenier & The Red Hot Louisiana Band at the Continental Club | Saturday, January 21 – Escape the cold and low heat in Louisiana when CJ Chenier brings his Red Hot Louisiana Band to Mid-Main. $15 and up. 9 pm. Immaculate Stone at Rise Rooftop| Sunday, January 22 | FREE with RSVP – Honor the patron saints of psychedelic rock when you catch Doors tribute band Stone Immaculate play a true rock n’ roll set at Rise. 2 in the afternoon. Previous article Top games and sports events in Houston this week: January 16 to 22, 2023 Next article 15 festivals, events and things to do in Houston this week: January 16 to 22, 2023

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