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Fried Rice: Brian's Johnson causes some drama

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Houston Press Clubs Listings guy Brett Koshkin just stopped in to tell about Brian's Johnson. He heard from a friend that they heard that somebody else heard (okay, really it was second-hand) that the AC/DC cover band got kicked out of Roc Bar because the singer got on the microphone and said "This is our first time at the Cock Bar. This is the first time we've ever played at a gay bar." Hey-O!

Apparently, the Roc Bar management hates fun.

Ramon Medina from the Free Press added more to the story. He ran into Byron from Poor Dumb Bastards who play at Roc Bar at 8 p.m. Byron's thoughts: "Game on." We'll have more from this story as it develops ...

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