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Meridian: A Retrospective Of Better Days

The Meridian Saga seems to have ended, after close to a year of weirdness and shady business dealings. In the past twelve months it went through overhauls, new management, lockouts, changes in image, mild scandals, and even a name change. Remember Wired Live?

Tuesday on Facebook the club said goodbye to Houston, signing off just a few years shy of a decade. It was a fun venue when it was being run correctly and there was star power onstage, but once the familiar faces left with a bad taste in their mouths, it wasn't such a great place to see a show, no matter who the artist was.

The Rocks Off team was at most every big show the Meridian offered up for the past four years, whether in the capacity of a fan or a critic. The shows were excellent, most of the time, and the pours were always tall and strong at the bars. Damn you, D'Neta, you made us another double Jack & Coke.

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