2Cents, Season's After, Taking Dawn: Sat., July 31. Warehouse Live.
AA Bondy, JBM: Sat., Aug. 14. Mango's.
Andre Williams: Sat., Aug. 21. Continental Club.
Anthony Hamilton, Kem, Jaheim & Raheem DeVaughn: Sat., Sept. 4. Toyota Center.
A.R. Rahman: CHANGED Fri., Sept. 17. Toyota Center.
B.B. King: Sat., Oct. 9. Verizon Wireless Theater.
Black Joe Lewis & The Relatives: Fri., Aug. 27. Continental Club.
Built To Spill: Thu., Oct. 21. House of Blues.
Caveman Electric, The Manichean, Black Powder Poets: LOUNGE STAGE., Sat., July 10. Fitzgerald's.
Chris Knight: Sun., Sept. 19. Dosey Doe Coffee Company.
Citizen Cope: Sat., Sept. 25. Verizon Wireless Theater.
The Constellations: Wed., Oct. 13. Walter's on Washington.
Cop Warmth, Xrin Arms, The Delta Block, Exterminating Angels: Sun., July 25. Notsuoh.
Corey Smith: Thu., July 29. House of Blues.
Deep Ella, The Last Place You Look, The 71's, Alkari: MAIN STAGE., Sat., July 17. Fitzgerald's.
Designer Drugs: Thu., Sept. 9. Meridian.
Edgar Winter: Fri., Sept. 10. Dosey Doe Coffee Company.
Fu Manchu: Fri., Aug. 27. Scout Bar Clear Lake.
Gordon Lightfoot: Wed., Aug. 25. Verizon Wireless Theater.
Kelli Scar, The Shivers: Fri., July 16. The Mink.
Little River Band: Sat., Nov. 6. Dosey Doe Coffee Company.
Maroon 5, One Republic, Ry Cuming: Fri., Oct. 22. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion.
Matisyahu, The Dirty Heads: Tue., July 27. House of Blues.
Mike Stinson, Robert Ellis & The Boys: Tue., July 13. House of Blues.
Moreland & Arbuckle: Wed., Nov. 10. Dosey Doe Coffee Company.
New Politics, Funeral Party: Tue., Aug. 3. Warehouse Live.
Nonpoint: Wed., Aug. 4. Scout Bar Clear Lake.
Phosphorescent, J. Tillman: VOODOO STAGE., Wed., July 21, Free. House of Blues.
Ra Ra Riot: Wed., Oct. 27. Warehouse Live.
Robert Francis: Sat., July 31. Mango's.
Thriving Ivory, Ryan Star: Mon., Aug. 16. Warehouse Live.
Tone Loc: Sat., July 24. 18th Street Pier Bar & Grill.
"Boondocks 3rd Anniversary Party" With GRRRL Parts, Weird Party, Borgeois Gospel: Sun., July 11, 5 p.m. Boondocks.
Winter Wallace, Robert Ellis, Finnegan: Fri., Aug. 6. Gallery M2.
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