Tonight: Big Sam's Funky Nation, Amplified Heat, Rudyard's Anniversary, Randy Rogers Band and More

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Busy night tonight. First up, Crescent City funk mob Big Sam's Funky Nation steams up the Continental Club all night long...

Live at Voodoo Fest 2007 in New Orleans

Houston/Austin blues-metal belters Amplified Heat storm into Meridian with the Mighty Orq, Splithoof and Shit City High...

Amplified Heat, "Heart Attack"

Rudyard's anniversary, Randy Rogers Band, Dan Dyer and Eyeagainst's curtain call in a bit...

Houston's Three Fantastic joins Spain Colored Orange for the indie-rock portion of Rudyard's 30th anniversary weekend...

Three Fantastic, live at the Corner Pub in Conroe

Soulful Austin singer-songwriter Dan Dyer rides the accolades greeting his new self-titled LP (in stores Tuesday) into the Mucky Duck...

"Love Chain," live at Momo's in Austin

Irrepressible locals Light Rock Express take it to the streets via the Big Top...

"Brandy," live at the Big Top

Texas country kickers the Randy Rogers Band play the ponies at Sam Houston Race Park...

"Down and Out," live at Billy Bob's Texas in Fort Worth

...and, finally, Houston hardcore heroes Eyeagainst say so long at Fitzgerald's:

"Esta Ciudad," live at Fitzgerald's

Saturday and Sunday shows tomorrow. There may be a Judas Priest video or two in there... - Chris Gray

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