March 26th, 1pm-5pm
Sundays, a State of the ART Show includes visual art, live music, and
poetry! This indoor art festival is held once a month, every LAST
Come out and meet Houston’s RockStar artists, hear amazing music,
taste the mouth watering food from some of Houston’s best food trucks,
and don’t forget to have fun and enjoy your Sunday Funday at RockStar!
We will make you feel like a ROCKSTAR!
Dean James will be rocking the saxophone from 2-4. Dean James
picked up the saxophone at the age of 15 after a knee injury kept him
off the football field, and was soon practicing eight hours per day. He
attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, then returned to San
Francisco to play jazz with the David Eshelmans Big Band and gospel with
artists like Ben Tankard, Daryl Coley and Dannie Belle Hall. By the mid-’80s, James had moved to Los Angeles and become a regarded session player and sideman, with Rob Mullins, Edwin & Walter Hawkins, Gary Taylor and others. He also arranged strings for several pop groups, and earned his own contract with Brajo Records for 1995’s Can We Talk, a smooth record with his late-night alto for once in the driver’s seat. For his second album, appropriately titled Intimacy, James moved to Ichiban and did well on contemporary jazz charts.