Authority Zero, Voodoo Glow Skulls: Fri., April 9. Wired Live. "Aqua Teen Hunger Force Live": Fri., April 16. House of Blues. "Bamboozle Road Show" With Hanson, Good Charlotte, Forever The Sickest Kids, Cartel, Boys Like Girls, All Time Low: Fri., May 28. Verizon Wireless Theater. Ben Folds: Sat., May 8. House of Blues. The Besnard Lakes: Wed., May 19. Walter's on Washington. BT, Glint: Wed., March 17. House of Blues. Cockpit, The Last Vegas, Crank County Daredevils: Sun., March 14. Rocbar. Caribou, Toro Y Moi: Sat., May 15. Warehouse Live. Golden Arrow Holy Face: Fri., March 26. Brasil. Gipsy Kings: Fri., May 7. House of Blues. A Hero A Fake, Farewell To Freeway, Before There Was Rosalyn: Sat., March 20. Walter's on Washington. "Houston Press St. Patty's Day Ballyhoo Bash" With Sideshow Tramps, Come See My Dead Person, DJ Dave Wrangler: Wed., March 17. The Bronze Peacock Room @ House Of Blues. Kevin Fowler: Sat., July 10. The Showgrounds @ Sam Houston Race Park. Kreator, Fear Factory, Lightning Swords of Death, Kataklysm, Evile: Sun., March 28. Wired Live. Los Skarnales, Outernational, I-45: Sat., March 20. Fitzgerald's. Lupe Fiasco, B.o.B: Mon., April 26. House of Blues. Nashville Pussy, Green Jelly, Psychostick: Fri., April 30. Wired Live. Panda: Tue., March 30. House of Blues. Randy Travis: Fri., June 11. Verizon Wireless Theater. Shat: Thu., April 15. Super Happy Fun Land. Wild Moccasins, Something Fierce, Ghormeh Sabzi: Thu., April 1, 8 p.m. Walter's on Washington. "Sounds Of Seattle Tour" With Badmotorfinger (Soundgarden Tribute), Nevermind (Nirvana Tribute): Fri., June 18. House of Blues. Starkillers: Fri., April 16. Rich's Houston. Steve Martin & The Steep Cannon Rangers: Mon., April 26. Stafford Centre. Todd Snider: Fri., March 12, 7 p.m., $30. McGonigel's Mucky Duck. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Joe Cocker: Sun., May 16. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. The Twilight Sad: Thu., June 10. Rudyard's. White Mice: Wed., April 7. Super Happy Fun Land.
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