Join us for the second act of CAMH’s Winter Sound Series! Visit the Museum for a journey through decades of Chicano music with Houston artist Nick Gaitan.
Food provided by Umbrella Fellas will be available for purchase throughout the night.
Location and Accessibility
These events will take place outdoors on CAMH’s plaza, located on the corner of Montrose Boulevard and Bissonnet Street. The plaza’s surface is large gravel. There is some built-in seating and a few chairs will be available, but we strongly encourage guests to bring their own seating (e.g., chairs or thick blankets).
Social distancing and face masks are encouraged to be worn inside the Museum. Please review CAMH’s safety protocols here. If there are questions or concerns regarding safety or accessibility, please contact email@example.com.
About Nick Gaitan
Hailing from Houston’s Southeast side, Nick Gaitan is an internationally touring musician, songwriter, community scholar, event producer, and teacher. He writes and records his own music, which is influenced by his Mexican-American roots and the sounds he grew up with as a native Houstonian. With a career spanning over two decades, Gaitan focuses on projects that highlight local Chicano history that is often overlooked. He is a co-founder of Tejas Got Soul 2: Early Chicano Sounds of Houston, acting as a researcher and bandleader for live and recorded performances that preserve Houston’s Chicano musical heritage. Gaitan is also a team member of Sonidos de Houston, an initiative that documents Houston’s Chicano music scene.
Image caption: Nick Gaitan (detail). Photo by Jon Usual. Image courtesy Gaitan.