"The Festival At The Mink" With White Rhino, Alkari, The Manichean, Flowers To Hide, The Sour Notes, Giant Battle Monster, Gretchen Schmaltz: Sat., Feb. 27, 6 p.m., $8. The Mink. Asleep At The Wheel: Fri., April 30. Dosey Doe Coffee Company. B L A C K I E, Rapeworm, Wife: Thu., March 4. Indie Houston Space. Black Congress, This Moment In Black History, Sun God, SexyCrimes: Wed., March 17. Mango's. The Business, The Hollowpoints: Sat., May 8. Walter's on Washington. Cobra Starship, 3OH!3: Sat., June 5. Verizon Wireless Theater. "Rebel Rave" With Damian Lazarus, Jamie Jones, Joe Dismal, Bjorn Larsen: Sat., March 13. Wired Live. George Porter Jr. & Runnin' Pardners: Sat., March 6. Wired Live. Heartless Bastards: Fri., Feb. 26. Warehouse Live. Helstar, Metalloyd, Plangency: Fri., Feb. 26. Wired Live. High On Fire, Priestess, Black Cobra, Bison B.C.: Fri., April 16. Walter's on Washington. Ian Moore: Sat., March 13. Continental Club. Japanther, Muhammadali, Legsweeper: Tue., March 16. Notsuoh. My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult: Sun., May 9. Last Concert Cafe. Paul Anka: Thu., Oct. 21. Jones Hall. Ryan Scroggins & The Trenchtown Texans, Sean Reefer & The Resin Valley Boys, The Umbrella Man, DJ Moonstomp: Fri., March 26. Continental Club. Sevendust, Digital Summer, The Flood: Sat., March 20. Scout Bar Clear Lake. Samantha Ronson: Sat., March 27. Wired Live. Soul Asylum: Sat., March 27. Warehouse Live. Steve Aoki: Fri., March 19. Rich's Houston. Story Of The Year, Maylene & The Sons of Disaster, After Midnight Project: Wed., April 7. Wired Live. White Rabbits, Here We Go Magic: Tue., April 13. Walter's on Washington. Will.i.am: Thu., March 18. Rich's Houston.
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