Category Archives: Interviews

5 Q’s with…Jealous Creatures – The Good Groupie


The Good Groupie just started a new series featuring local Houston musicians, and Jealous Creatures is the first band up.  Go read the interview with Josh, Ian, Meggles, and Sarah here!

Sarah Featured on Turn Me On Music

turnmeonmusicblogSarah was featured on Turn Me On Music today.  Check out the interview here!

HPMA Showcase Spotlight: Jealous Creatures

Jealous Creatures was featured in the Houston Press Music Awards Showcase Spotlight.  You can check it out here.  Don’t forget to vote for us for Best Traditional Rock and be sure to come out and support us when we play at 101 Reserve this Sunday at 5pm!

Jason Smith Interviews Jealous Creatures

Musician to Musician: Jealous Creatures

Jealous Creatures consists of singer/rhythm guitarist Sarah Hirsch, lead guitarist Ian HlavacekLisa Gallo Roth on bass, and Josh Barry on drums.

Over the last year or so, they have amassed favorable comparisons to Aimee Mann, PJ Harvey, The Pretenders, and now, from me — The Pains of Being Pure at Heart and The Dum Dum Girls with a slight country twang.  They will be part of the big Chris Gray Benefit Concert on January 14, so if you’ve been meaning to catch them, that will be the perfect time to introduce yourself to their brand of rock and roll. Continue reading

Jealous Creatures Featured as Rocks Off Artist of the Week

Jealous Creatures Hit The Punchy Rock Sweet Spot

 By Shea Serrano Wed., Aug. 24 2011 at 11:15 AM
There’s this man we know whom we call K.O. He is a smart man with an uncommon knowledge of early punk (and just rock music in general), and obscure radio stations you can only pick up at certain times of the day in certain areas of town (as well as just regular radio stations in general). Sometimes we ride in the car with him; when we do, we always exit the vehicle just a little bit smarter than when we entered, which is just about the best quality a person you’re regularly in a car with can possess.

K.O. does not actively engage in the local music scene, but he talks like someone who does. That’s where we heard about this week’s Artist of the Week, Jealous Creatures, a punchy little rock quartet with all the verve you’d expect a female-led band to possess. He mentioned them Friday afternoon; by Friday evening we were smitten. Continue reading