Augustana, Greylag: Wed., April 11. Fitzgerald's, 2706 White Oak, Houston.
Benjamin Wesley (Record Release), The Niceguys, Khruangbin: Fri., April 6. Fitzgerald's
Béla Fleck: Sat., Sept. 22. Dosey Doe Coffee Company, 25911 I-45 N., Spring.
The Boxer Rebellion, Canon Blue: Thu., April 12. Fitzgerald's
Bret Michaels, Black Queen Speaks: Thu., March 29. House of Blues, 1204 Caroline, Houston.
Buckcherry: Wed., April 25. Warehouse Live, 813 St. Emanuel, Houston.
Crosby, Stills & Nash: Wed., Aug. 15. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, 2005 Lake Robbins, Spring.
DeadEye (Grateful Dead Tribute): Sat., April 21. Continental Club, 3700 Main, Houston.
Don Williams: Thu., June 21. Stafford Centre, 10505 Cash Road, Stafford.
Drake: Thu., May 17. Toyota Center, 1510 Polk, Houston.
Father John Misty, Har Mar Superstar: Thu., May 24. Fitzgerald's
Hed PE, Mushroomhead, American Head Charge: Fri., May 25. Scout Bar Clear Lake, 18307 Egret Bay Blvd., Houston.
Jandek, Benjamin Wesley: Sun., April 1. Big Star Bar, 1005 W. 19th, Houston.
Kaskade: Fri., July 20. Bayou Music Center, 520 Texas Ave., Webster.
Killa Kyleon, Propain, DJ Chose, Tha Phoundation: Sat., April 7. Fitzgerald's
Kottonmouth Kings, Twiztid: Thu., May 10. Scout Bar Clear Lake
Lacuna Coil: Tue., April 24. Scout Bar Clear Lake
Lahourcade, Wheel Workers: Thu., April 19. Fitzgerald's
Life As Lions: FOUNDATION ROOM., Thu., April 19. House of Blues
The Lion Of Wall Street, Will To Live, Fingers Crossed, Cast Away, Gain, Altered Minds: Sat., April 7. Fitzgerald's
Maceo Plex: Sat., May 19. Scout Bar Clear Lake
Marcel Khalife & Al-Mayadine Ensemble: Fri., April 20. Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana St., Houston.
Oscillator Z: Fri., March 30. Scout Bar Clear Lake
A Sea Es, Lower Life Form, Tax The Wolf: Thu., May 3. Fitzgerald's
The Skatalites: NEW VENUE., Fri., March 30. Mango's, 403 Westheimer Road, Houston.
Soulfly: Mon., May 7. Scout Bar Clear Lake
Spain Colored Orange: Sat., March 31. Continental Club
The Spittin' Cobras: Sun., May 6. Scout Bar Clear Lake
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