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Upcoming: Das Racist, Echo & The Bunnymen, Surfer Blood, Etc.

Arcade Fire, Explosions In The Sky: Wed., May 4. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion.

Bob Schneider: Thu., April 7. McGonigel's Mucky Duck.

Cory Morrow: Sat., April 23. The Firehouse Saloon.

Das Racist, Fat Tony, Muhammadali, Simple Success, DJ iPod Ammo: Tue, March 22, Fitzgerald's.

David Choi: Wed., March 30. House of Blues.

Del The Funky Homosapien: Fri., April 1. Fitzgerald's.

Echo & The Bunnymen: Fri., May 6. Warehouse Live.

EOTO: Thu., March 24. Fitzgerald's.

Fake Problems, Pomegranates: Fri., April 15. Fitzgerald's.

Fitz & The Tantrums: Mon., April 18. The Bronze Peacock Room @ House Of Blues.

George Jones: Fri., April 29. Arena Theatre.

The Gipsy Kings: Sun., May 15. Arena Theatre.

Girlyman: Tue., June 7. McGonigel's Mucky Duck.

Gogol Bordello: Tue., April 12. House of Blues.

The Greenhornes, Jeff The Brotherhood: Thu., May 5. Fitzgerald's.

Guitar Shorty: Mon., March 28. The Big Easy.

Guitar Wolf: Sun., June 5. Warehouse Live.

Indian Jewelry, Cave, Balaclavas: Fri., March 4. Fitzgerald's.

Janelle Monae, Bruno Mars: Wed., May 18. Reliant Arena.

Lorrie Morgan: Fri., April 29. Stafford Centre.

Orange Is In, Lee Alexander, Sheila Swift: Sat., March 5. Rudyard's.

Robert Ellis: Sun., June 12. McGonigel's Mucky Duck.

Royal Bangs: Fri., May 6. Fitzgerald's.

Silverstein, Bayside, Polar Bear Club, The Swellers: Wed., May 4. Fitzgerald's.

Sugar & Gold, Yip Deceiver: Tue., March 15. Fitzgerald's.

Super Diamond (Neil Diamond Tribute): Sat., May 21. House of Blues.

Surfer Blood: Tue., March 22. The Bronze Peacock Room @ House Of Blues.

Tanya Tucker: Fri., April 8. Mo's Place.

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The Last Place You Look, Hell & Lula: Sun., March 20. Scout Bar Clear Lake.

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