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Modest Mouse, Ben Moon, music
Modest Mouse returns to Houston on the White Oak Music Hall lawn on Friday, October 8. Courtesy photo
Sleigh Bells
Rebel alt-rockers Sleigh Bells will perform at Warehouse Live on Tuesday, October 12. Photo courtesy of Sleigh Bells
Fat Tony Houston
Houston rapper Fat Tony plays to the hometown crowd at White Oak Music Hall on Wednesday, October 13. Photo by Maxwell Gay
H.E.R.
R&B songstress H.E.R. is at Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land on Thursday, October 14. Photo courtesy of H.E.R.
Dead & Company
Dead & Company bring the rollicking jams to Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on Friday, October 15. Photo by Danny Clinch
Kane Brown
Country star Kane Brown headlines the Toyota Center on Friday, October 15. Photo by Matthew Berinato
Say Girl Say
Houston indie duo Say Girl Say performs as part of the Houston Artist Commissioning Project Live, Part 1 on October 15 and 16. Pam Ashley Photography
Jonas Brothers
The Jonas Brothers bring their Happiness tour to Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on Friday, October 23. Courtesy Facebook/Jonas Brothers
Jack Harlow
Buzz-worthy rapper Jack Harlow peforms at House of Blues on Saturday, October 30. Photo courtesy of Jack Harlow
Japanese Breakfast
Fast-rising Japanese Breakfast brings her quirky vision to White Oak Music Hall on Saturday, October 30. Peter Ash Lee
Wild Nothing
Wild Nothing will be at Sattelite Houston on Saturday, October 16. Cara Robbins