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Show Announcements: Dropkick Murphys, More

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Start stocking up on Guinness now, because it's going to be pretty hard to find come March.

Flogging Molly and the band's fans will probably put a pretty good dent in the supply when the L.A. Celtic-influenced punk band comes to the House of Blues Tuesday, February 9. The city's vendors will have just three weeks to resupply the city before Boston Celt-punk legends Dropkick Murphys perform at the same venue Monday, March 1--a little more than two weeks before St. Patrick's Day causes the demand for Irish crack to reach critical mass. The Dropkicks must have liked Dallas in March--they played last year on March 8, which gave me an opportunity to speak to singer Al Barr.

Other than that, it's been a fairly slow week for concert announcements, but we do have a few more listed after the jump.

AllGood Cafe
8 p.m. Saturday, November 28 Rachel Bazooka (Bucks Burnett and Hubertus)

Good Records
4 p.m. Saturday, November 28 -- Rachel Bazooka

House of Blues
Friday, January 1 -- Bob Schneider
Friday, January 8 -- Texas High School Rock Off
Sunday, January 10 -- Elmwood
Friday, January 15 -- Phil Pritchett & The Full Band
Monday, March 1 -- Dropkick Murphys

Lakewood Theater
Saturday, December 5 -- Dr. Kenny Davin Fine

Poor David's Pub
Tuesday, December 8 -- Bobby Long

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