The Melvins, Totimoshi: Mon., June 7. Warehouse Live. Andre Nickatina: Fri., May 28. Wired Live. Andrew Karnavas (Solo Album Release Show), Nick Gaitan, Clory Martin: Sat., April 24. Continental Club. A.R. Rahman: Sat., July 3. Toyota Center. Bo Peep, Shit City High, Room 101: Thu., March 18. Wired Live. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony: Thu., April 22. House of Blues. Chicago, The Doobie Brothers: Sat., June 26. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Candye Kane: Sun., May 2. Continental Club. Cavernous (CD Release Show): Sat., March 27. Mango's. Digital Leather, Bare Wires: Mon., March 22. Trash Bar Texas. Eluvium, Benoît Pioulard, Searching For Signal: Mon., May 10. Mango's. Giant Battle Monster, Blinded By Bears, Words In Windows, Yppah, They Mean Us: Sun., March 28. The Mink. Golden Cities: Sat., March 27, 3 p.m. Cactus Music & Video. Grandfather Child (7" Release Show), Warpaint, Buxton: Fri., April 9. Mango's. Green River Ordinance: Thu., April 22. The Bronze Peacock Room @ House Of Blues. Iron Maiden, Dream Theater: Fri., June 11. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Jeffree Star, Brokencyde, Blood On The Dance Floor, Stereos: Sat., May 22. Wired Live. Keith Emerson & Greg Lake: Sun., May 2. Verizon Wireless Theater. Kidz in The Hall, 88 Keys: Tue., April 6. House of Blues. Maxwell, Jill Scott: Wed., June 9. Toyota Center. Ozeal: Sat., May 1. Jet Lounge. Pat Travers, Rick Derringer: Thu., Aug. 19. House of Blues. PJ Morton: Sat., June 12. The Bronze Peacock Room @ House Of Blues. Sage Francis, Free Moral Agents, B. Dolan: Wed., June 16. House of Blues. Serena Ryder, Ryan Starr, Cuff The Duke: Fri., April 23. The Bronze Peacock Room @ House Of Blues. Steel Panther: Thu., April 1. House of Blues. The Stinkertons (Weezer Tribute): Sat., March 27. Continental Club. Styx, Foreigner, Kansas: Sat., May 15. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. The Suspects: Sat., April 10. Continental Club. Trina, Candi Redd: Fri., March 19, 9 p.m., $40. Stereo Live. VNV Nation, SITD: Sun., April 4. Wired Live.
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