Over The Weekend: Video Edition with Roger Waters, Tower of Power and M.I.A.

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We've found a few videos from this weekend's top shows, including Tower of Power, M.I.A. and Roger Waters. Pretend you were there.

Ready to find out “What is Hip?” Well, you're in luck. We've got a video from last night's Tower of Power show at House of Blues. Get your fix.

Pete wasn't the only one who liked seeing nearly 50 ladies get on stage with M.I.A. at Saturday night's show, we found this video of the women being beckoned on YouTube already. (Be forewarned though, whoever shot this – and a few other vids from the night – liked to dance while recording, if you catch our drift.)

Finally, get an inside-the-crowd view for Roger Waters playing “Have A Cigar” at Superpages.com Center Saturday, May 2. -- Chelsea Ide

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