Roberto Carlos: CHANGED Wed., Sept. 22, 8 p.m., $59.50-$99.50. Verizon Wireless Theater. Adler's Appetite: Sun., June 13. BFE Rock Club. Ambrosia: Fri., Aug. 6. Dosey Doe Coffee Company. American Fangs, Meriweather, Legacy Fails, A Dream Asleep: Fri., June 18. Fitzgerald's. Anal Cunt, Chocolate Crucifix: Mon., June 14. The Warsaw. Blake Shelton, Tracy Lawrence: Sat., Oct. 2. Lone Star Convention & Expo Center. Bowling For Soup: Sun., Aug. 1. Warehouse Live. Cadillac Sky: Fri., July 9. The Bronze Peacock Room @ House Of Blues. Cody Canada: Thu., July 8. Dosey Doe Coffee Company. The Coveters: Fri., Aug. 20. McGonigel's Mucky Duck. Dead Meadow, Dixie Witch, Venomous Maximus: Fri., June 25. Warehouse Live. The Diamond Center: Tue., June 15. Walter's on Washington. Doug Stone: Wed., Sept. 29. Dosey Doe Coffee Company. Off With Their Heads, In Defence, White Night: Wed., Aug. 11. Walter's on Washington. Golden Axe, Bald Eagle Burger, Novox: Sat., June 19. Rudyard's. Gram Rabbit: Sat., Aug. 14. Last Concert Cafe. Huey Lewis & The News: Sun., Sept. 12. Arena Theatre. Joe Pug: Sat., July 10. Mango's. Kathy Griffin: Sat., Aug. 7. Verizon Wireless Theater. Kiss: Fri., Sept. 17. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Led Zeppelin 2 (Zeppelin Tribute): Sat., July 3. House of Blues. Lydia, Rocketboys, Deas Vail: Mon., July 26. Mango's. Marcy Playground: Fri., Aug. 6. Texas Rock Tavern. Maylene & The Sons Of Disaster, For Today, Blessed By A Broken Heart: Fri., July 9. The Warsaw. Mono, Twilight Sad: Thu., June 10. Rudyard's. Lords Of Acid, My Life With The Thrill Kill Cult, EraseTheVirus: Wed., Aug. 11. Scout Bar Clear Lake. Octopus Project, Tia Carrera, Record Hop: CHANGED Thu., July 15. Warehouse Live. Ratt: Thu., July 22. Warehouse Live. Robert Ellis, Dark Dark Dark, Doug Burr, listenlisten: Sat., Aug. 7. Mango's. Seven Mary Three: Thu., July 15. Texas Rock Tavern. Saving Abel, We Are The Fallen, Taddy Porter: Sat., July 24. Warehouse Live. Sick Puppies, Janus, It's Alive!: Wed., July 21. Scout Bar Clear Lake. Sukhwinder Singh: CHANGED Fri., June 4. Arena Theatre. The Watermarks, Mobley: Fri., July 2. Mango's. Yo Gabba Gabba: Fri., Dec. 10. Hobby Center for the Performing Arts.
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