Show Announcements: Week of December 9

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It's too pristine to be glitch hop, it's too pretty to be dub, but the production duo Lazer Sword are hyphy as hell and have taken hip hop sample snobbery to new heights. The San Francisco via LA and Berlin team will undoubtedly bring  their sickest to 2720 Cherokee on Thursday--it is 18andCounting's birthday after all.
  • It's too pristine to be glitch hop, it's too pretty to be dub, but the production duo Lazer Sword are hyphy as hell and have taken hip hop sample snobbery to new heights. The San Francisco via LA and Berlin team will undoubtedly bring their sickest to 2720 Cherokee on Thursday--it is 18andCounting's birthday after all.

2720 Cherokee
*Lazer Sword, December 9

Blueberry Hill
*Fitz and the Tantrums, February 11

Chaifetz Arena
*Miranda Lambert, February 24 *Rick Ross, Waka Flocka, January 17

Cicero's
*June Star, December 15 *Mike Blackwell, January 19 *Mike Mains and the Branches, January 2 *Red River, January 12 *The Lisps, January 18

Europe Nightclub *The Crystal Method (DJ set), December 31

The Firebird
*Young Prisms, January 28 *The Rocketz, February 10 *Unwed Sailor, February 11

The Fox Theatre
*Celtic Woman, May 1

Fubar
*Blitzkid, December 16 *Memphis May Fire, December 21 *Pierce the Veil, December 21

Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center
*Slob Donovan, December 26

Old Rock House
*Bobby Long, February 12 *Jimbo Mathus, January 14 *Pauly Shore, February 23 (two shows)

The Pageant *Ben Folds, January 30

Pop's Nightclub
*Whitechapel, March 24

Sheldon Concert Hall
*Kathy Mattea, December 10

Vintage Vinyl *Jonathan Tyler and Northern Lights, December 13

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