Stardeath & White Dwarfs, The Besnard Lakes: Wed., May 19. Walter's on Washington. Billy Idol: Wed., Aug. 25. House of Blues. Black Crowes: Sun., Sept. 26. Verizon Wireless Theater. Candlebox, Another Day, Rowe: Sat., May 15. Scout Bar Clear Lake. Carrie Underwood, Billy Currington, Sons Of Sylvia: Wed., Oct. 6. Toyota Center. Charlie Sexton: Sat., May 8. ListeningRoom @ NiaMoves. Cross Canadian Ragweed: Sat., Aug. 21. The Firehouse Saloon. Crystal Method: Fri., April 30, 10 p.m., $10. Rich's Houston. Dax Riggs: Fri., May 7. Rudyard's. Erykah Badu: Sun., June 13. Verizon Wireless Theater. G.B.H., Outernational, The American Heist: Thu., June 10. Warehouse Live. Goatwhore, Revocation: Sat., June 5. The Warsaw. Growing, LIMB, Christopher Cascio, Wasp & Pear: Sat., May 8. Notsuoh. Katatonia: Sat., Oct. 2. The Warsaw. Landon Pigg, Madi Diaz: Sat., June 19. The Warsaw. The Last Place You Look, Dev Electric, Eyes Burn Electric, Mothers Anthem: Fri., May 14. Fitzgerald's. LAX, Hospital, Sensory Memories, GRRRL Parts: Sat., May 29. Walter's on Washington. Lower Dens, Future Islands: Sat., May 15. Mango's. MiniKiss (KISS Tribute): Wed., May 5. House of Blues. Caddywhompus, Moira Scar: Fri., May 14. Super Happy Fun Land. Muhammadali, Shanty Vamps, No High Fives To Bullshit: Fri., May 21. The Mink. Nekromantix: Tue., July 13. The Warsaw. Paramore, Tegan & Sara, New Found Glory: CHANGED Wed., Sept. 8. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Roger Creager, Reckless Kelly: Sat., Aug. 7. The Showgrounds @ Sam Houston Race Park. Something Fierce, Giant Princess, The Hangouts, The Takes: Fri., May 7. Mango's. The Spits, NoBunny, No Talk, The Energy: Fri., May 28. Rudyard's. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers: CHANGED Fri., Sept. 24. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Train, Bob Schneider, Angel Taylor: Fri., May 21. Verizon Wireless Theater. The Tubes: Sat., May 29. 18th Street Pier Bar and Grill. "Warsaw Grand Opening Party" With Heavy As Texas, Burn The Boats, The American Heist, Defending The Kingdom, Dollyrockers, The Failed Attempt: Sat., May 29. The Warsaw.
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