Dave Matthews Band, Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears: Fri., Sept. 10. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. The Dead Weather: Sat., May 1. House of Blues. Dillinger Escape Plan, Darkest Hour, Iwrestledabearonce, Animals As Leaders: Sun., March 21, 6:30 p.m. Meridian. Dollyrockers, Mooseknuckle, Dead End Cowboys: Fri., Feb. 26. Mango's. Evergreen Terrace, Death Before Dishonor: Tue., March 16. The Junction. Frightened Rabbit: Wed., April 21. Walter's on Washington. Gift Of Gab: Sun., Feb. 21. Meridian. Hockey, The Constellations, The Postelles: Thu., April 1. Warehouse Live. Jeff Beck: Sat., April 24. Verizon Wireless Theater. Bright Men of Learning, Kennedy Bakery, Christian Staehely: Thu., Feb. 25. Rudyard's. Leslie & The LY's, Christopher The Conquered: Fri., Feb. 26. Walter's on Washington. Lotus, Woodhands: Thu., April 22. Meridian. Maldita Vecindad: Tue., March 16. House of Blues. Mayer Hawthorne & The County, Nikki Jean: Wed., March 17. Warehouse Live. Micky & The Motorcars: Wed., Feb. 17. Dosey Doe Coffee Company. Michael Buble: Fri., July 16. Toyota Center. Mick Taylor: Thu., May 20. Dosey Doe Coffee Company. Moe Bandy: Sat., Aug. 14. Dosey Doe Coffee Company. Nelo: Fri., March 19. Warehouse Live. Sherwood, Hot Chelle Rae, Black Gold , Reece: Thu., Feb. 25. The Bronze Peacock Room @ House Of Blues. Tea Leaf Green: Sat., March 13. The Bronze Peacock Room @ House Of Blues. Tower Of Power: Fri., March 12. House of Blues. Trans-Siberian Orchestra: Sat., May 1. Toyota Center. Weedeater, Black Cobra, ASG, Gates Of Slumber: Thu., March 18. Meridian. Who's Bad (Michael Jackson Tribute): Sat., April 24. House of Blues.
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