American Fangs, Born Again Virgins: Sun., June 26. Scout Bar Clear Lake.
Ali Shaheed Muhammad: Sat., June 18. FWD Houston.
B.B. King: Fri., Oct. 7. House of Blues.
Buxton: Wed., June 8. Under The Volcano.
Santana, Michael Franti: Sat., Sept. 10. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion.
The Civil Wars: Thu., June 9; Fri., June 10. McGonigel's Mucky Duck.
Crime Wave, Secret Prostitutes, No Talk: Thu., June 16. The Mink.
Dave Koz: Sun., Oct. 16. House of Blues.
Easton Corbin: Sun., Sept. 18. Mo's Place.
Emery, Hawkboy Oh Sleeper: Thu., June 23. Warehouse Live.
Fat Tony, Muhammadali, White Crime: Wed., May 18. Mango's.
Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Keri Hilson: Sun., Sept. 11. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion.
Mana: Sat., July 2; Sun., July 3. Toyota Center.
Parabelle, Black Queen Speaks, The Hectic, Metavenge, Series Six: Sat., June 18. Warehouse Live.
Peter Frampton: Sun., Oct. 16. House of Blues.
Queensryche: Sat., Sept. 24. House of Blues.
RX Bandits, Maps & Atlases: Fri., July 1. Fitzgerald's.
Slim Thug: Thu., June 9. House of Blues.
Tax the Wolf, Twin Killers, The Manichean: Thu., July 14. Fitzgerald's.
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