Art Rock (and RSVP Invite): House of Blues' Rockin' Rodeo

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Ever been thrown from a mechanical bull? Rocks Off has, and it ain't fun. Nevertheless, if you think you have the stones (literally) to follow in the bootsteps of Urban Cowboy's Buford Uan "Bud" Davis, or just think watching the ladies dance on El Toro a la Sissy is sexy as hell (this we understand), you might be interested in this here "Rockin' Rodeo" shindig House of Blues is throwing in its Bronze Peacock Room Friday night. RSVP to the email on the poster - soon - to become an "invited guest," and we'll see you on the mattresses.

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