The Blasters: Sat., May 8. Fitzgerald's. Alexisonfire, Trash Talk, La Dispute, Therefore I Am: Mon., May 3. Warehouse Live. Billy Joe Shaver: Fri., April 9. The Firehouse Saloon. Bobby Bare Jr., David Vanderveld: Tue., March 16. Rudyard's. BT, Glint: Wed., March 17. House of Blues. Chaka Khan: Fri., April 30. Arena Theatre. Dead Confederate, Churchill: Wed., March 17. Warehouse Live. Dieselboy: Sat., March 20. Wired Live. Drop Dead Gorgeous, Sky Eats Airplane, Attila: Sat., April 17. Wired Live. Duck Down Records 15th Anniversary" With Buckshot, Smif N' Wessun, Boot Camp Clik: Sat., March 20. The Mink. Honor Society, Just Kait, Ashlyne Huff: Thu., March 25. House of Blues. Grayson Capps: Thu., March 25. Continental Club. Jagged Edge, Avant & Tank: Fri., April 9. Arena Theatre. Jennifer Knapp: Fri., March 19. Bronze Peacock Room @ House of Blues. Jimmie Vaughan: Fri., April 23. Warehouse Live. Julia Nunes: Fri., April 2. House of Blues. Julian Casablancas, Funeral Party: Mon., April 12. House of Blues. L.A. Guns: Fri., March 12. Rocbar. The Marshall Tucker Band: Sat., May 1. The Showgrounds @ Sam Houston Race Park. Murder By Death, Ha Ha Tonka, Linfinity: Fri., April 16. Mango's. Panda: Tue., March 23. House of Blues. Rose Funeral: Tue., March 30. Walter's on Washington. "Russian Spring Festival" With Flying Balalaika Brothers: Sun., March 7, 3 p.m. Under The Volcano. Robert Cray Band, Shemekia Copeland: Sat., May 29. House of Blues Slightly Stoopid: Thu., April 22. Warehouse Live. Smile Empty Soul, Soil, Black Sunshine: Fri., May 7. Scout Bar Clear Lake. Suicide Silence: Mon., March 15. Scout Bar Clear Lake. This Providence, The Audition, Anarbor: Sat., April 3. Wired Live. U.Y.U.S., Nibiru, H.R.A.: Fri., March 26. The Hot Dog Shop Restaurant & Sports Bar. Van Morrison: Sat., May 1. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Wild Moccasins, James Husband, Unwed Sailor, Common Loon: Wed., March 17. Rudyard's.
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