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  • Even Metal Fans Love Having Their Picture Taken
    The fans at the Motorhead concert at Warehouse Live on Friday night were there for one reason and one reason only: to rock. But they didn't mind hamming it up for the camera, either. PHOTOS BY GROOVEHOUSE
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  • Motorhead, Reverend Horton Heat and Nashville Pussy at Warehouse Live
    The answer to the old joke (If God and Lemmy got into a fight, who would win?) was at the top of his game on Friday night: Lemmy is God. Along with high-energy, down 'n' dirty acts Reverend Horton Heat and Nashville Pussy, Motorhead brought down the house as only metal can. PHOTOS BY GROOVEHOUSE
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  • The Mars Volta at Verizon Wireless Theater
    The Lone Star State's own The Mars Volta prog-rocked a packed house at Verizon on Thursday night as Cedric Bixler-Zavala and Omar Rodriguez-Lopez owned the stage with a characteristic high-energy performance. PHOTOS BY GROOVEHOUSE
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  • Saturday Night at Plush
    Saturday night at downtown's newest nightclub, Plush, on Milam (the former location of Bond) packed them in. PHOTOS BY SON LAM
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  • Friday Night at Escobar
    Friday night at the popular Midtown club was full to bursting with cute girls, smoke machines and pounding music. PHOTOS BY SON LAM
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  • America's Next Top Model Tryouts at the Hilton Post Oak
    Saturday morning at the Hilton Post Oak might have been the best place in the city to pick up a hot chick - even better than Washington Avenue later that night. Gorgeous (tall) women from across the area turned out in droves to audition for the latest cycle of America's Next Top Model. And,...
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  • The Fab 40 at Discovery Green
    Forty of Houston's best musicians decided to come together for a free concert commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Beatles' Abbey Road on Saturday night at downtown's Discovery Green. The concert packed the lawn and featured stunningly accurate recreations of the songs of the Beatles'...
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  • The Festival at The Mink
    A cloudy, rainy Saturday was best spent indoors at The Mink, where the intimate live music venue hosted a full eight hours of the most unique bands in Houston. From Benjamin Wesley to Your Kisses Cause Crashes, Elaine Greer to Neon Collars, Electric Attitude to Yoko Mono, Fake Believe to DJ Mr....
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  • Beatles Rock Band "Rock Off" at Coffee Groundz
    Beatles fans and Rock Band fans converged at Coffee Groundz on Wednesday night for the release of the long-awaited Beatles Rock Band, where they indulged their fantasies of taking over for John, Paul, George and Ringo for a night. Beatles tunes and Beatles-inspired cocktails were the order of...
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