Over the Weekend: Cinco de Mayo, Club 2610, Zeppelin Video Lounge, Doyle Bramhall and Roger Waters

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Happy Cinco de Mayo, y'all. Wanna celebrate in an authentic Mexican fashion? As Robb Walsh learned in Matamoros, that just might entail a plate of ballpark nachos. But enough about today. Let's talk about yesterday, and the day before that, and the day before that.

12:39 a.m. at Club 2610

You know the drill. We hit the clubs. We bring back photos. You look at them on Monday morning. Enjoy.

1:40 a.m. at Zeppelin Video Lounge

Ditto. Just like Lay's (or crack), one is never enough.

Doyle Bramhall at McGonigel’s Mucky Duck

SRV's bud gathered an impromptu crew and rocked out the Duck.

Roger Waters at the Woodlands Pavilion

Hell. Yes. Floyd's former frontman let loose the flying pig. We'll have photos a little later, but for now here's a review from Classic Rock Bob.

And stay tuned for Rockets and Astros coverage. Arriba. -- Keith Plocek

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