Tonight: Maroon 5 and Counting Crows, Little Brother Project, Jack Ingram and Shooter Jennings, Ne Plus Ultra and More

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It's slick pop and crunchy folk-rock at the Woodlands tonight with Maroon 5 and Counting Crows...

Maroon 5 with Rhianna, "If I Never See Your Face Again"

Houston funkateers Little Brother Project release their new CD Glass Houses at Warehouse Live with Skyblue72 and Bayou Monster (formerly the Rising)...

Jack Ingram, Shooter Jennings, Band of Heathens and more still to come. Lotta roots this weekend.

Onetime Houstonian Jack Ingram closes out Sam Houston Race Park's summer concert series with second-generation Nashville rebel Shooter Jennings...

Jack Ingram, "Maybe She'll Get Lonely"

Shooter Jennings, "This Ol' Wheel," live on The Late Show with David Letterman, January 2008

Wry Austin singer-songwriter and expert Nashville song-plugger Bruce Robison brings his passel of other people's hits to Cactus Music for a free 6 p.m. in-store and two supper shows at the Mucky Duck...


Austin acoustic-soul sensations Band of Heathens steams up the Continental Club...

"Cornbread," live at the Bugle Boy, La Grange, January 2008

Houston's Portishead-like Ne Plus Ultra headlines a truly bizarre bill at Rudyard's with local thrash-boogie badasses World's Most Dangerous. How did that happen?...

Ne Plus Ultra, "Slippery People" (Talking Heads cover)

... Oh, all right. Here's some Counting Crows too.

"Colorblind," as seen in 1999's Cruel Intentions

At least the Crows' Adam Duritz got rid of those stupid dreads. Didn't he? - Chris Gray

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