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Good Friday: DOMA Showcase On Saturday, And Nothing Else! (Just Kidding...Kinda.)

Pardon me if this is a little short this week. I'm pretty busy right now with DOMAXXI stuff, as I'm sure you know. But, alas, the show must go on. So, on that note, let's just right in. Here are the shows we've already hyped...

Tonight, there's New Kids on The Block at Superpages.com Center.

On Saturday, there's this whole DOMAXXI Showcase deal with 40 bands on 6 stages for 5 bucks. Also: Kinky Friedman (no relation) is rolling through Rowlett, and The Happy Bullets, Amo Joyand the Ready To Go and Hardin Sweaty at the Amsterdam Bar.

And, on Sunday, Aerosmith and ZZ Top will tear things down at Superpages.com Center, too.

After the jump, a few more other options to fill your weekend.

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Friday, July 17, at the Granada Theater

Because sometimes you need some blues-based swamp rock.

Sick Puppies, Hurt
Friday, July 17, at House of Blues

Because Sick Puppies deserves some credit for starting that whole free hugs thing.

Hendrick, Chris August, Scott McCurry
Saturday, July 18, at the Granada Theater

This is the CD release show for the pleasing area pop rockers in Hendrick. Expect some coverage in the print edition in the coming weeks.

David Garza
Sunday, July 19, at Club Dada

...if the place is open, that is, which I'm now told it might be? If so, expect another post on Dada's situation ASAP.

Jay Brannan
Sunday, July 19, at The Loft

Because maybe you need a good cry? If so, enter this endearing pop singer-songwriter.

Poison the Well and nine others...
Sunday, July 19, at The Door

Because you pay $10 for this show and get to see 10 bands. Which is almost--but not quite--as goodf a deal as paying $5 and seeing 40, like we're offering on Saturday. But still. 

Got more shows? Drop 'em in the comments. Other than that, I'll plan on seeing you all on Lower Greenville on Saturday.

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