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Upcoming: Motley Crue, Owl City, Primus, Skatenigs, Etc.

Black Queen Speaks: Fri., May 27. Warehouse Live.

Dredg, The Dear Hunter: Thu., May 26. Warehouse Live.

Face To Face, Strung Out: Thu., June 2. Warehouse Live.

Fair To Midland, Periphery, Scale The Summit, thelastplaceyoulook, Hindsight: CHANGED Mon., April 18. Warehouse Live.

Jessica Lea Mayfield: Fri., April 22. Fitzgerald's.

Kamelot, Alestorm: Wed., Sept. 21. Scout Bar Clear Lake.

Lil' Keke, Z-Ro, Slim Thug, Bun-B, ESG, Big Pokey, J-Dawg & Lil Flip: Wed., March 30. House of Blues.

Motley Crue, Poison, New York Dolls: Fri., June 10. Toyota Center.

Owl City: Mon., July 25. Verizon Wireless Theater.

Primus: Mon., May 23. Verizon Wireless Theater.

Ray Price: Sat., May 7. Mo's Place.

Rooney: Tue., April 26. Warehouse Live.

"Bayou Fest 2011" With Saliva, Rev Theory, Dimitri's Rail, Black Queen Speaks, Paris Green, From Guts to Glory, Carmeci, Sheila Swift: Sat., April 16. Verizon Wireless Theater.

Sarah Jaffe: Fri., April 15. The Bronze Peacock Room @ House Of Blues.

Skatenigs: Thu., March 24. Rudyard's.

The Manichean, Tax The Wolf, Electric Attitude, Grizzly, Jealous Creatures, Square & Compass, Tim Qualls Band: Thu., March 17. Fitzgerald's.

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Thin White Dukes (Bowie Tribute): Sat., April 9. Scout Bar Clear Lake.

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