After Dark Revue is saving its biggest tease for last as Burgundy Brixx, Stephan and Honey Cocoa Bordeauxx take to the stage Saturday in the Mondo Tease Burlesque Show at House of Rock. Doors are at 9 p.m. $25 for reserved seat, $10 for a standing general admission ticket. Burgundy Brixx was named best soloist at the Great Burlesque Exposition of 2012 in Vancouver, B.C. Stephan was crowned ”Southern Fried King” at the Southern Fried Burlesque Fest in San Antonio. Honey Cocoa Bordeauxx, the “Creole Bombshell,” is from Dallas. Other featured performers joining the After Dark Revue are Elle Du Jour (Dallas), Lola von Deadly (Houston, Maye Applebottom (Houston) and Rosie Rawhyde (Corpus Christi).
Hellbound Glory is barreling through the gates of country music on a one-way track to its rightful place as a band to be reckoned with. There will be lots of hard-drinking, hard-living and hard-loving songs as the hard-rocking country band plays Sunday at House of Rock. Doors are 8 p.m. Leroy Virgil fronts the Reno, Nev., band that spent part of 2013 touring with Kid Rock and another part co-headlining with Supersuckers. The group is set to join Leon Russell on the road in 2014 and to follow up 2011′s third album “Damaged Goods” with an album also this upcoming year. Joining Hellbound Glory on Sunday is country/rock/Americana group Neal Edwards and Reckless Abandon from Corpus Christi.