Henry Rollins, Old 97s Lead This Week's Show Announcements

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From the looks of it, we're in for another killer spring as far as concerts are concerned. The Old 97's bring that highly accessible Texas twang to the Pageant is a bright spot on January 21. Henry Rollins, he of nimble mind and Black Flag fame also heads to the Pageant on March 21. A pair of hip-hop throwbacks reign on Black Friday: DMX will be at Club Amnesia on November 25, and Lil Kim gets the jump-off at Posh Nightclub.

Blueberry Hill Jill Sobule, February 18

Cicero's Deas Vail, November 30 Honor Society, December 12 The Story So Far, December 7

Chaifetz Arena Mike Epps, March 10

Club Amnesia DMX, November 25

The Firebird Dear Landlord, January 1 Emancipator, January 18 Mike Stud, December 17 The Toasters, February 13

The Fox Theatre Kelly Clarkson, December 16

Fubar Born of Osiris, December 15 Casino Madrid, February 11

Lola King Britt, December 10

Lumiere Place Air Supply, February 17

Old Rock House California Guitar Trio, Febuerary 24 Eric Johnson, January 13 He's My Brother, She's My Sister, January 29

The Pageant Gaelic Storm, March 15 George Thorogood and the Destroyers, March 21 Henry Rollins, March 24 Memories of Elvis, January 7 Old 97's, January 21

Peabody Opera House Gabriel Iglesias, February 17

Pop's Nightclub Children of Bodom, Feberuary 4 Kyng, December 1 Mindless Self Indulgence, March 20

Posh Nightclub Lil Kim, November 25

Scottrade Center George Strait, February 17

Sheldon Concert Hall Todd Snider, January 13

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