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  • Phone: (713) 956-2828
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    18+ Barnhouse Party
    Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill Houston, TXSeptember 04, 2014 9:00 PM
    1000 West Oaks Mall
    Houston, TX 77082
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    Craig Campbell, Ryan Broshear Band
    Orange Show Center for Visionary ArtSeptember 04, 2014 9:00 PM
    2402 Munger Street
    Houston, TX 77023
    Craig Campbell is a Canadian stand-up comedian whose fame in the UK has recently prompted him to relocate to Devon, England. Many feel that Craig Campbell's comedy allure lies in his ability to hilariously spoof his Canadian background, bringing to light the various stereotypes associated with the "Canucks." Described by some as the "Crocodile Dundee of North America," Campbell has hosted and appeared on several television broadcasts in Canada and the UK, in addition to performing with such comedy luminaries as Dennis Miller, Jim Carrey and famed Scottish comedian Frankie Boyle.
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    Sugar Land Skeeters
    Constellation FieldSeptember 04, 2014 7:05 PM
    1 Stadium Drive
    Sugar Land, TX 77479
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    Pierce Pettis Solo
    Dosey Doe Music CafeSeptember 04, 2014 8:30 PM
    463 Farm to Market 1488 Road
    Conroe, TX 77384
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    Fortunate Youth
    Scout Bar - HoustonSeptember 04, 2014 8:00 PM
    18307 South Egret Bay Boulevard
    Houston, TX 77058
    An all-star group of sorts comprised from members of the Southern California reggae scene, Fortunate Youth combines traditional roots reggae with a modern pop accessibility. The band's debut full-length album, entitled Irie State of Mind, became a hit nationwide and managed to land toward the top of the Billboard reggae chart. Using funky instrumentation via the group's talented rhythm section, Fortunate Youth layers emotive vocals and beach chair vibes atop its dub-tinged reggae-pop tracks. The band continues to expand its devoted following and has been able to share the stage with several reggae legends, including The Wailers and Toots & The Maytals.
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    The Invincible Czars * Come See My Dead Person
    Rudyard's British PubSeptember 05, 2014 10:00 PM
    2010 Waugh Drive
    Houston, TX 77006

    The Invincible Czars (Austin, TX)

    "The Invincible Czars, from catchy name to daunting stage presence, are a rare breed. They bring bizarre, but methodical math-rock heavily influenced by classical music, polka, and even some country and jazz. Self-described as "a rock soundtrack to a sci-fi film with interruptions by a myriad of genres," we couldn't agree more...the Czars are renowned for eclectic and sophisticated compositions. Oh yeah, they're classy all right. They've arranged music for works like Tchaikovsky's "The Nutcracker Suite" and Mussorgsky's "A Night on Bald Mountain." - The Austinist

    Austin's Invincible Czars have become known and lauded for their sprawling catalog of original material and for arrangements of classical works such as Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite and 1812 Overture. They are currently documenting their silent film works in a new CD-R series, rehearsing a re-working of Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition to be performed as a double-band with Austin avant jazz-rockers Bee vs. Moth and developing more original material.

    The group's original songs and instrumental pieces are highly composed "mini-symphonies" chock full of memorable melodies, meticulous arrangements, dynamics, and humor. They fuse riff rock, classical music, loungey grooves, spacey klezmer, country shuffles, and circusy polka. They draw from a myriad of disparate influences from Prokofiev to Primus, Louis Armstrong to Van Halen, and Bach to Zappa. The band applies the DIY attitude of post-punk groups like NoMeansNo and Fugazi to their musical explorations, resulting in a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts.

    The group's annual dance-it-yourself Nutcracker Kids' Show has become an annual tradition and other seasonal events like the Olde Fashioned Independence Day Indoor Picnic set them apart from their peers. They even co-present an unofficial showcase during South by Southwest each year called the Bizarrebecue, presenting the best of international art rock in Austin during SxSW.

    The Invincible Czars are known by many for their original new scores for silent movies which they perform live at indoor and outdoor theaters. In their eleven years of existence, the band has performed at private events, nightclubs, parks, theaters, museums, radio stations, community centers, museums, grocery stores, restaurants, television stations, sky scraper plazas, bedrooms and radio studios from San Francisco to New Orleans.

    Come See My Dead Person (Galveston/Houston, TX)

    Come See My Dead Person is an eclectic blend of multi-cultural music unbound by any one genre. Fusing a multitude of styles from folk, rock, bluegrass, gypsy, and jazz, to polka, punk, country, latin, and soul, CSMDP provides a little something for everyone and a whole lot in between.

    Where you find Come See My Dead Person you are sure to find a frenzied crowd dancing and laughing uncontrollably (at whom we’re still not sure). If you like fun that doesn’t cause a murder then we are for you (if you like fun that *does* cause a murder, just let us know on the down-low; see, I know this guy…). We’ve recently stumbled upon a growing interest in our sound and despite our best efforts people keep coming back for more. Like it or not, it seems the world may very well be ready for Come See My Dead Person…

    (doors 9pm, $10)

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