Gig Alert: Wolfmother to Perform Free Acoustic In-Store At Best Buy Within The Hour

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Recently reunited Australian powerhouse hard rock act Wolfmother is in town tonight, performing a show with Heartless Bastards and the thenewno2 at the House of Blues.

But, before that, something out of the ordinary: To further promote the release of the band's new album, Cosmic Egg, the Aussies will be stopping by the Best Buy near the Midway exit on the LBJ Freeway (located 4255 Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway) where it will perform a low-key, acoustic in-store gig at 6 p.m.

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