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Picture Show: Texas High School Rock Off at the House of Blues

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Hundreds of hormonal teens and adoring parents rocked out to eleven local high school bands at the first annual Texas High School Rock Off at the House of Blues on Friday night.

With industry professionals (like our own Pete Freedman) serving as judges, Jonathan Cook of Forever the Sickest Kids and 97.1 The Eagle's "Loud and Local" host Angela Chase emceed the event.

Check out the rest of our shots from the night in this photo set.

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