Antarctica *Baby Birds Don't Drink Milk, May 13
BB's Jazz Blues and Soups *Eli Cook, June 9
Beale On Broadway *Nick Curran, June 25
Blueberry Hill *Twangfest, June 10-12
Bottleneck Blues Bar *Gloriana, July 15 *Poco, August 12
Chaifetz Arena *Carrie Underwood, December 1
Cicero's *Droids Attack, April 27 *Oh, Sleeper, May 2
Family Arena *Weird Al Yankovic, July 12
Firebird *Black Gasoline, May 13 *Bug Girl, May 23 *Earth Crisis, May 20 *Nice Nice, May 25 *Scott Lucas and The Married Men, May 28 Fubar *End of A Year, May 20 *Eyehategod, June 7 *Fuck the Facts, May 19 *Landon Pigg, June 8 *Madina Lake, May 21 *The Gates of Slumber, May 18
The Gramophone *Glory Daze presents Franki Chan(IHEARTCOMIX), May 1
Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse *Odeen Mays, April 23, April 28, April 29, April 30
Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center *Pimlo, June 1 *Oblive, June 3 *Zona Mexicana, June 5
Off Broadway *Bobby Bare Jr., May 7 *Dangermuffin, The Coal Men, June 3 *Ten Foot Polecats, May 26 *The Red Elvises, May 11
Old Rock House *Rasputina, July 17 *The Right Coast, May 25 *Yard Dogs Road Show, July 7 The Pageant *Henry Rollins, July 1
Scottrade Center *Muse, Metric, November 3
Sheldon Concert Hall *Bjorn Ranheim, James Ivey, April 28
Sol Lounge *The Classixx, Team Bayside High, May 28
Verizon Wireless Amphitheater *311, The Offspring, July 2 *Lilith Fair: Metric, Sarah McLachlan, Kelly Clarkson, Mary J. Blige, Ingrid Michaelson and more, July 16
Vintage Vinyl *Rev. Peyton's Big Damn Band, June 10
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