Show Announcements: DJ Shadow, Jason Bonham, Slobberbone, Rhett Miller, Ben Kweller, Marc Cohn, Nitzer Ebb, TECH N9NE and More

Dirk Lindner
DJ Shadow
When DJ Shadow released his game-changing record Endtroducing..., he pretty much left all other DJs, well, in the shadows. The records he released following his monster debut haven't quite lived up to Endtroducing..., but he continues to push the envelope. And, next year, we'll see the release of an as-yet-untitled, new DJ Shadow album

In the meantime, though, he'll be passing through House Of Blues on Friday, November 5, as part of his "Live From The Shadowsphere" tour. Tickets go on sale this Friday, October 1, at 10am for $25, and can be purchased through Live Nation.

If taking a trip back to Shadow's heyday in the mid-'90s isn't far back enough for you, then Jason Bonham might have a show you'll like.

On Thursday, November 18, Jason Bonham will be at the Fair Park Music Hall on his "Led Zeppelin Experience" tour. The tour commemorates the 30th anniversary of his father's death, and, according to Bonham, it "will be an emotional night." Tickets can be purchased now for $37 and $65 through Ticketmaster.

More show announcements after the jump.

All Good Cafe
Friday, October 8 - Salim Nourallah, Dave Little
Saturday, October 9 - Greg Trooper

The Bone

Friday, October 1 - Six Point Hollow, Every Day Analog, Dig Out The Truth

The Cavern

Friday, October 1 - Lemma, Farstar, Crazy Ivans, Chase Hamblin
Friday, October 15 - Shapes Stars Make, King Of The Rabbit Trail

City Tavern

Wednesday, September 29 - Home Sessions w/ The Cush, Chris Johnson
Saturday, October 2 - Salm Sliva, Ben Smith
Thursday, October 7 - Ricki Derek & His Big Band
Friday, October 8 - Joker's Deck, Tweed EQ, Lazy Native
Thursday, October 14 - Colab, Gravity Feed
Friday, October 15 - Grant Jones, King Of The Rabbit Trail, Long Woodson

Dan's Silverleaf

Friday, October 1 - Jurassic Park The Musical
Sunday, October 3 - Bands For Boobs
Thursday, October 7 - The Heelers, Von Erichs
Friday, October 8 - Shoot Low Sheriff
Wednesday, October 20 - Darius TX, Andrew Tinker
Saturday, October 23 - Joe Pathennen
Saturday, October 23 - Slobberbone
Thursday, November 4 - Western Giants, Dignan
Friday, November 5 - RTB2
Thursday, November 11 - Carrie Rodriguez
Friday, November 12 - Dale Watson
Saturday, November 13 - Jesse Dayton
Thursday, November 18 - The Dark Side Of Oz
Friday, November 19 - James Hyland
Friday, November 19 - Chris Holt
Friday, November 26 - Eleven Hundred Springs

Fair Park Music Hall

Thursday, November 18 - Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience

Granada Theater

Saturday, November 6 - Rhett Miller, Ben Kweller, The O's
Sunday, November 21 - Marc Cohn
Tuesday, November 23 - Nitzer Ebb
Tuesday, December 28 - Band Of Heathens, Deadman, Charlie Shafter & The Gnomes

Hailey's Club

Saturday, October 2 - Kaboom, George Neal, Paper Robot
Sunday, October 17 - These United States, Thrift Store Cowboys
Friday, October 22 - Western Giants, Darcy, Menkena, The Tontons
Sunday, October 24 - Grassfight

House Of Blues

Thursday, October 28 - Phoenix Hart, Room Sounds, Luna Matto, DJ Cee Pee
Friday, November 5 - DJ Shadow

Kessler Theater

Friday, November 5 - Lucky Peterson, Hunter Hendrickson

La Grange

Sunday, October 3 - Brunch w/ Chad Stockslager
Friday, October 16 - Random Blue
December 3 - Kim Lenz & Her Jaguars


Sunday, October 17 - Lucas Nelson
Saturday, November 13 - Dirtfoot
Friday, December 10 - Sean Russell, The O's

Poor David's Pub

Wednesday, October 14 - Wink Keziah
Saturday, October 30 - Off Limits
Friday, November 12 - Walt Wilkins & the Mystiqueros

Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios

Saturday, October 2 - The Extraordinaires, Oh Lewis, Skunk Ape
Friday, October 8 - Paradise Titty
Saturday, October 9 - Swedish Teens, Chant, Wee-Beasties, Final Fight & more


Friday, October 8 - Dub Assemblys
Thursday, October 14 - Tech N9NE

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