You’re a Houston musician looking to take your music to the next level.
It’s not easy.
But if you do, you’re in luck: You can do it at the Green Room in downtown Houston, a new music room that is opening in the heart of the city.
The space has a capacity of 150, which is a bit more than a few dozen people, and is an apt setting for musicians of all genres.
But its more than that.
“I don’t know how to describe it in words,” said Eric Fennell, who plays drums at Green Music.
“It’s a real music room.
We have some great instruments here and a great sound system that we play live.
You can play Green Room at the Greens in Houston, where the room is set to open in mid-May, and the room’s opening party is slated for March 11. “
People think it is the biggest room in the world,” he added, “but it’s not.”
You can play Green Room at the Greens in Houston, where the room is set to open in mid-May, and the room’s opening party is slated for March 11.
Green Room’s music room will have two full-time employees and has room for up to 200 people, Fennel said.
The Greens are a new venture by Houston-based artist and producer Sam Zell.
The musician is a veteran of many of the country and dance music scenes, and he hopes Green Room will be an outlet for him to expand his music to more audiences.
Fennels first started playing music in Houston at age 11, playing at the legendary Green Room.
Zell, a native Houstonan, says Green Room is a “space where you can bring your music into the world.”
“We are all trying to figure out what’s going on in our lives,” he said.
“The people in this room are people who are living life.
Green Room already has its share of local favorites like Sam Smith and the Roots, but the artist has a long history in the Houston area. “
So, we want to be able to bring all those people together and make this place where we can connect people.”
Green Room already has its share of local favorites like Sam Smith and the Roots, but the artist has a long history in the Houston area.
The venue has played host to many Houston artists in the past.
In the 1980s, it hosted bands like The Flaming Lips, The Fiery Furnaces, and Mancow.
Zett says the Green room will continue to cater to music fans, but will also include live music.
“You can expect to hear live music on a daily basis, as well,” he explained.
The Green Room opened to the public in March. “
We will have the same music as we do in the clubs, but we will have a different vibe and vibe that we have for this space,” he concluded.
The Green Room opened to the public in March.
Zeller says Green Rooms is already getting some major attention.
He’s already booked shows for the month of March and hopes to expand that schedule.
“If you go to Green Room on the first weekend of March, there are going.
If you go on the second weekend, there’s going to be even more,” Zeller said.
Ferenell says that the music room is a safe space for both newcomers and veterans alike.
“That’s one of the reasons we are trying to open it up for everybody, not just for music lovers, but for people who want to play in a different way,” he noted.
“And that’s just one of those things that we are really proud of.”
Fennells performance in the Green Music room will take place March 10-11 at the Hilton Houston Downtown.
He says he will be playing the music for free.
The show will feature a guest mix, but that won’t be an issue for him.
“Everyone is welcome, so I don’t think it’ll be too much of a hassle,” Fennill said.