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50 Cent: Sat., June 12. Arena Theatre. Agent Orange: Wed., June 30. Rocbar. Asleep At The Wheel: Fri., May 28. Cypress Saloon. As I Lay Dying, Underoath, Between The Buried And Me, Blessthefall, Cancer Bats: Tue., July 27. Verizon Wireless Theater. Aventura: Thu., July 1. Toyota Center. Barrington Levy: Fri., May 28. Club Riddims. B.J. Thomas, Billy Joe Royal: Sat., Sept. 25. Stafford Centre. Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker, Easton Corbin, Steel Magnolia: Fri., Aug. 6. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Charley Pride: Sat., July 31. Stafford Centre. Dave Koz & Jonathan Butler, Sheila E.: Sun., June 27. House of Blues. Donnybrook, The Mongoloids, Bitter End, Venia: Wed., June 16. Walter's on Washington. "Girls Rock Camp Houston Benefit Show" With MyDolls, Black Congress, Omotai, Elaine Greer: Sat., May 22. Dean's Credit Clothing. Hayes Carll: Sat., July 24. McGonigel's Mucky Duck. Hole: Tues., July 6. House of Blues.

Incendio: Sun., June 13. McGonigel's Mucky Duck. Jeff Dunham: Sun., June 13. Ford Pavilion (Beaumont). Jonas Brothers, Demi Lovato: Sat., July 31. Venue TBA.

Jordin Sparks, Kate Voegele: CHANGED Mon., June 28. House of Blues. Liza Minnelli: Sat., July 17. The Grand 1894 Opera House. Mystikal: Tue., May 11. House of Blues. Mates Of State, Free Energy: Thu., July 8. Warehouse Live. Melissa Etheridge: Sat., July 31. Verizon Wireless Theater. Mirah: Sat., June 12. The Orange Show. The Octopus Project: Thu., July 15. The Warsaw. This Will Destroy You, Omotai, Chiaroschura: Sat., June 19. Mango's. Ronald Isley: Sat., June 19. Arena Theatre. ST-37, Linus Pauling Quartet, Golden Cities: Sat., May 29. Rudyard's. Steven Curtis Chapman: Thu., Oct. 7. First Baptist Church. Sugarland, Randy Montana: Sat., Oct. 9. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Whole Wheat Bread, Chase Long Beach: Wed., June 16. Numbers.

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