In Pictures: Todd Rundgren in Houston
With a music career spanning more than 45 years, guitarist/singer/songwriter Todd Rundgren is about at ease on stage as they come, earning him -- among other things -- a reputation for professionalism. So, despite some reported throat issues due to a cold, Rundgren nonetheless delivered a two-hour set for fans in Houston on Sunday (3/25).
The aforementioned show at the House of Blues, is part of his current "Greatest Hits" tour, with a set list that includes "Hello, It's Me," "Can We Still Be Friends," "I Saw the Light," "Couldn't I Just Tell You" and covers of Smokey Robinson's "Ooo Baby Baby" and Robert Johnson's "Kind Hearted Woman," to name a few. Fans interested in upping the ante should mark their calendars for July 23-27 to attend "Todd Rundgren's Musical Revival Camp" at Full Moon Resort in Big Indian, NY. R.E.M.'s Peter Buck is among the instructors slated to take part.
SoundSpike photographer Eric Sauseda was among the guests with permission to take pictures of Rundgren's concert at the House of Blues on Sunday, and here are some highlights. --View Larger Photos