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Distant Early Warning: Better Than Ezra, Cursive, Flogging Molly, Jay-Z, John Mayer, Yo La Tengo, etc.

40 oz. To Freedom (Sublime Tribute): Fri., Jan. 22. Scout Bar Clear Lake. "4th Annual Rudz Thanksgiving Eve" With Born Liars: Wed., Nov. 25. Rudyard's. Bowling For Soup, Smile Smile: Sat., Dec. 5. Scout Bar Clear Lake. "104.1 KRBE Not So Silent Night" With All-American Rejects, Justin Bieber, Cobra Starship, Jay Sean: Fri., Dec. 18. Verizon Wireless Theater.

Ben Lerman: Fri., Dec. 18. Notsuoh. Better Than Ezra: Tue., Dec. 29. House of Blues. Born Liars: Thu., Dec. 10. Mango's. The Burden, Satannabis: Sun., Nov. 22. Rocbar. Charles Feelgood: Fri., Nov. 20. Rich's Houston. Cursive, Capgun Coup, sIngs: Mon., Nov. 30. Walter's on Washington. The Factory Party, Liquid Casing, The Hundred Days, Ladyfingers: Wed., Dec. 9. Super Happy Fun Land. Flogging Molly, Frank Turner: Wed., Feb. 10. House of Blues. From First To Last, Greely Estates, Therefore I Am, The Color Of Silence: CANCELLED. Sat., Nov. 14. Meridian. Jay-Z: Mon., Feb. 22. Toyota Center. Jonny Craig, Tides Of Man, Sleeping With Sirens: Sat., Nov. 21. Meridian. John Mayer, Michael Franti: Sat., March 6. Toyota Center. The Mentors, Poor Dumb Bastards: Sat., Nov. 28. Walter's on Washington. Mock Tigers, Flowers To Hide, Inner Lights: Fri., Dec. 11. Mango's. "Hot 95.7 North Pole Dance" With Owl City, Chamillionaire, Kesha: Mon., Dec. 14. House of Blues. Peanut Butter Wolf, Ceeplus Bad Knives, Dayta: CHANGED Sat., Dec. 12. Numbers. Runaway Sun: Sat., Jan. 9. Continental Club. Saosin: PACSUN IN-STORE., Sun., Dec. 13, 3:30 p.m. Galleria. Stoney LaRue: Sat., Dec. 19. House of Blues. Street Dogs, The Krum Bums, American Heist: Wed., Dec. 9. Walter's on Washington. Stryper, Fight Pattern, Manic Drive: CHANGED Mon., Dec. 21. House of Blues. Two Tons of Steel, Eleven Hundred Springs: Wed., Dec. 23. House of Blues. Yo La Tengo: Thu., Jan. 28. Warehouse Live.

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