Athlete, Carney: Sat., June 26. Walter's on Washington. All Leather, Balaclavas, Yip-Yip: Sat., May 15. The Mink. The Bangles, Tonic: Sat., May 29. Moody Gardens Outdoor Amphitheater. Tyagaraja, Black Queen Speaks, Peekaboo Theory, Robert Ellis & The Boys, The Tontons, VerseCity, Wayside Drive.: Sat., May 1, 6 p.m., Free. Warehouse Live. Boyce Avenue: Wed., June 30. The Bronze Peacock Room @ House Of Blues. Cypress Hill: Tue., May 11. Warehouse Live. Camp Lo & The Digable Planets, TSU Jazz Ensemble: Sat., May 15. Numbers. Come See My Dead Person, Two Star Symphony, Invincible Czars: Sat., May 22. Continental Club. "Country Throwdown" With Eli Young Band, Ryan Bingham, Jack Ingram, Montgomery Gentry, Cory Branan: Wed., June 9. The Showgrounds @ Sam Houston Race Park. Hector Ward & The Big Time: Sat., May 15. Walter's on Washington. Imogen Heap: Tue., June 8. Verizon Wireless Theater. Johnny Winter, Richard Cagle & Voodoo Choir: CHANGED Fri., June 18. Warehouse Live. Kaskade: Fri., Aug. 6. Rich's Houston. Lady Gaga, Semi Precious Weapons: SECOND SHOW ADDED., Mon., July 26. Toyota Center. "Lilith Fair 2010" With Sarah McLachlan: Sun., Aug. 15. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Ludacris: Fri., May 7. Arena Theatre. Mark Chesnutt: Tue., July 27. Dosey Doe Coffee Company. "Mayday Mayhem On Main" With George Kinney & The Golden Dawn, Shapes Have Fangs, Something Fierce, Roky Moon & Bolt, Spain Colored Orange, the Mahas, Brandon West & the Black Hats, The Big Black Spiders: Sat., May 1. Continental Club. MGMT: Mon., June 7. House of Blues. Necrofaith, Metavenge, Metalloyd, Legion, Ethreal, Sol 34: Sat., June 19. Warehouse Live. The O'Jays: Sat., May 29. Arena Theatre. Orange Is In: Sat., May 15. Rudyard's. Patty Smyth & Scandal: Sat., Aug. 14. The Showgrounds @ Sam Houston Race Park. Pitbull: Thu., June 10. Escapade. "Punk Rock Karaoke": Fri., April 30. Big Star Bar. Rush: Sat., Sept. 25. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Roger Waters: Sat., Nov. 20. Toyota Center. Scale The Summit, Another Run, Pant Factory, Peekaboo Theory, Female Demand: Fri., May 28. Warehouse Live. Talib Kweli, Hi-Tek: Wed., May 12. Warehouse Live. Y&T: Fri., Aug. 13. Warehouse Live.
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