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Ana Egge, Michael Kingcaid, Frank Smith: Wed., May 26. Rudyard's. Asia: Sat., Aug. 21. House of Blues. Asleep At The Wheel: Sat., June 26. House of Blues. Benny Benassi: Fri., June 18. Stereo Live. Big Bad Voodoo Daddy: Fri., June 25. House of Blues. The Burden, Side Arms, Ghost Town Electric, Flat Earth: Sat., May 29. The Mink. Cheech & Chong: Fri., Nov. 19. Verizon Wireless Theater. Cowboy Junkies: Tue., June 15. House of Blues. Christina Aguilera, Leona Lewis: Thu., Aug. 12. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Every Avenue, Sing It Loud, Secret Handshake: CHANGED Fri., June 18. Warehouse Live. Gallagher: Sun., June 13. House of Blues. Gordon Lightfoot: Wed., Aug. 25. Verizon Wireless Theater. Hawthorne Heights, The Audition, The Story Changes: Fri., June 11. Warehouse Live. Keane, Fran Healy, Ingrid Michaelson: Sun., July 25. Warehouse Live. Lady Gaga: Fri., April 8, 2011. Toyota Center. Natalie Merchant: Sat., Aug. 21. Verizon Wireless Theater. Nick Cannon: Sat., Sept. 11. House of Blues. The Original Wailers, Al Anderson & Junior Marvin, The Movement: Fri., Sept. 3. Scout Bar Clear Lake. Peter Wolf Crier: Thu., July 1. Rudyard's. Phosphorescent: Wed., July 21. The Bronze Peacock Room @ House Of Blues. Shark Attack, Mama Tried: Thu., June 3. Scout Bar Clear Lake. Silversun Pickups, Against Me, Henry Clay People,: Tue., July 20. Warehouse Live. Thrice: Tue., July 6. Warehouse Live. The Village People: Sat., June 12. The Showgrounds @ Sam Houston Race Park. The Wiggles: Sun., Aug. 8. Verizon Wireless Theater.

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