"Scuse me while I kiss the sky" - Jimi Hendrix

The Music Hall was built adjacent to the Coliseum in 1937. It was the home of Houston Symphony and many plays. It only seated 3,000 people so most of the bands appearing there where not yet superstars. The acoustics were wonderful and there was not a bad seat in the house. It was my favorite place to see a concert. Pink Floyd, Led Zepplin, Emerson Lake and Palmer, and Spirit were my favorite all time concerts at the Music Hall.






(Note: These are the performances I have seen and can verify. If you see any groups not listed that you know played at this venue, please email me)

Pink Floyd   Led Zeppelin
Spirit   James Gang
Vanilla Fudge   Canned Heat
Emerson, Lake & Palmer   Humble Pie
It's A Beautiful Day   Beach Boys
Trapeze   Donovan
Supertramp   Cream
Shawn Phillips   Todd Rundgren
Randy Newman   Michael Murphy
Frank Zappa   Kinks
Ravi Shankar   Grand Funk
Seatrain   Fleetwood Mac
Bloodrock   Jack Bruce
Uriah Heep   Savoy Brown
Eagles   Bruce Springsteen
Procol Harum   Blondie
Al Stewart   Flock of Seagulls
The Police   Danny O'Keefe
Doobie Brothers   Golden Earing
Bob Marley   The Tubes
Maria Muldaur   XTC
Simon & Garfunkel   U2
Dan Fogelberg   Eagles
Billy Joel   Jesse Collin Young
Squeeze   Little Feat
Santana   Arthur Brown
Joe Walsh   REO Speedwagon
B-52's   Richard Pryor
Focus   Cheech and Chong
Peter Gabriel   Television
Joe Cocker   Jethro Tull
Bette Midler   Van Halen
AC/DC   Joe Jackson
Tears For Fears   The Go-Go's
Thompson Twins   Julian Lennon
Christie McVie   Steppenwolf
Johnny Winter   Rush
Judas Priest   UFO
Mahogany Rush   Moving Sidewalks
Jeff Beck   Jimi Hendrix
Ray Charles   Moody Blues
King Crimson