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100 Monkeys: Fri., Aug. 5. House of Blues.

Bob Schneider: Sat., May 14. Cypress Saloon.

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony: Sat., May 21. Warehouse Live.

Chicago: Sun., Aug. 7. Verizon Wireless Theater.

Eddie Money: Sat., April 23. The Showgrounds @ Sam Houston Race Park.

The Gold Sounds, Disfrutalo!, Screwtape, Jody Seabody & The Whirls: Sat., April 23. Dan Electro's Guitar Bar.

The Inanimate Objects: Fri., April 29. The Bronze Peacock Room @ House Of Blues. Leon Redbone: Sun., Sept. 25. McGonigel's Mucky Duck.

Marc Broussard: Fri., July 8. House of Blues.

Mason Lankford & The Folk Family Revival (Record Release): Sun., June 26. Dosey Doe Coffee Company.

Mobley, Spain Colored Orange, The Sour Notes, Language Room, Disfrutalo: Sat., April 30. Fitzgerald's.

Ray Price: Sat., July 16. Dosey Doe Coffee Company.

Reverend Horton Heat, Nashville Pussy: Sat., Aug. 6. House of Blues.

The Rosebuds, Other Lives: Sat., June 25. Fitzgerald's.

Scott H. Biram: Thu., June 30. Continental Club.

Sick Puppies: Sat., June 4. Warehouse Live.

A Split Second: Sat., July 9. Numbers.

Steve Earle: Wed., July 6. House of Blues; Tue., May 3. Cactus Music & Video.

Stevie B & Lisa Lisa: Sat., May 28. House of Blues.

This Will Destroy You, Nighty Nite: Sat., June 11. Fitzgerald's.

Trailer Park Boys: Wed., June 8. Wortham Theater.

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