Bow down to Nine Inch Nails at Toyota Center tonight with A Place to Bury Strangers. You're going to get what you deserve...
Nine Inch Nails, "Dead Souls" (Joy Division cover), live at Woodstock '94
Austin rootsmiths the Gougers fire up the forge at the Mucky Duck...
The Gougers, "To Mock a Killing Bird"
Lots more still to come...
Houston's Arthur Yoria, Pale and Glasnost score a local triple play at Rudyard's...
Arthur Yoria, "Wincing and Yawning"
Seattle rapper Shyan Selah, spokesman for the Jimi Hendrix Foundation, heads to the woods to help raise money for the Kingwood ISD scholarship fund from noon to 7 p.m. at Kingwood's Town Center Park. (Tickets are $20 and $25).
Trae and Mike Jones - who have already crossed paths once this week - are both scheduled to appear, as are Paul Wall, Lil Keke, Slim Thug, Lil Flip. Lil Will and a bunch more, so this could turn out to be an interesting afternoon.
Shyan Selah, "Concrete City"
Klein local boy made good Lyle Lovett and His Large Band swing around the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion with Asleep at the Wheel...
Lyle Lovett & His Large Band, "L.A. County" (from A&E's Live By Request)
Ohio pop-punks Ghost Town Trio pay a call on the Mink with Houston's O Pioneers!!! and Bright Men of Learning...
Ghost Town Trio, "Middleman"
O Pioneers!!!, "Dramarama," live at Westheimer Street Fest '08
Houston ukulele virtuoso Poopy Lungstuffing plays Super Happy Fun Land's annual Leo party with the Annoysters and many more at Numbers...
Poopy Lungstuffing, "Black Squirrel"
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And, finally, Houston's Ozeal and Studemont Project head up a night erasing the lines between hip-hop, rock, funk and a bunch of other genres at Warehouse Live.
Ozeal, "Get It Out," live at the GRAB
Studemont Project, "Left on Teetshorn," live at the Engine Room
Happy rocking... or hip-hopping... or rootsing... be safe out there. - Chris Gray