Show Announcements: Prince, Menkena, Sarah Jaffe, Toro Y Moi, Victor Wooten, Mike Watt & The Missingmen, Hayes Carll, Underoath, New Science Projects & More!

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As Robert already mentioned a few days ago, Prince will be here soon, reliving his much blogged-about 1984 concert at Reunion Arena on Friday, February 4.

One minor snag, though: Reunion Arena was demolished a few years back. No matter -- the show must go on.

Prince will set up a huge tent on the site of the former arena, and perform for some very VIPs. How vippy? Well, the price of the tickets could be enough to rebuild Reunion Arena. The cheap ones start at $1,500. The best seats are going for $25,000.

Or you could just go get a luxury vehicle.

In less expensive concert news, for only $10, you can see Menkena, Novaak, and Mike Graff perform at La Grange on Saturday, January 22. Jimmy Menkena, who has been promising the release of his new record With You I'll Travel for quite some time, will finally celebrate the album's completion at this show. So bring some extra cash and grab a copy while you're at it.

Hit the jump for more show announcements.

The Aardvark
Tuesday, January 11 - Lady Killers
Friday, January 14 - Left Arm Tan
Wednesday, January 19 - The Vespers
Saturday, January 22 - Holy Moly, Johnny Hootrod, Blarney St. Hooligns
Thursday, January 27 - Emory Quinn
Friday, January 28 - Lannie Flowers
Thursday, February 10 - Rob Cavender
Thursday, February 17 - Paul Eason
Wednesday, February 23 - Hayes Carll
Friday, February 25 - Bass Drum

Adair's Saloon
Thursday, January 6 - Chase Sanford
Friday, January 7 - The Captain Legendary Band
Tuesday, January 11 - Cody Jinks
Friday, January 14 - Tom Cheatham
Friday, January 21 - The Will Callers
Thursday, January 27 - Greg Reichel
Friday, January 28 - Casey Thompson
Sunday, January 30 - Miles Penhall
Thursday, February 3 - The King Bucks
Friday, February 4 - Grant Jones & The Pistol Grip Lassos
Saturday, February 5 - Greg Schroeder
Thursday, February 17 - Drew Kennedy

Andy's Bar
Friday, February 25 - Silvertonguedevil, Edenlust, Silent Holocaust
Friday, March 4 - One Red Martian

AT&T Performing Arts Center
Saturday, February 12 - Sarah Jaffe

Bass Hall
January 14 through January 16 - Cellist Jan Vogler Joins Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

Club Dada
Saturday, March 19 - Toro Y Moi

Curtain Club
Friday, January 21 - FFTN, Robinson Hall, Sidkick Mafia, My Lucidity, Rocco D.
Saturday, January 22 - Marquis Of Vaudeville

Dan's Silverleaf
Thursday, January 6 - J. Charles & The Train Robbers, The Red 100's
Friday, January 14 - The Allmost Brothers Band
Saturday, April 2 - Slaid Cleaves

Double Wide
Tuesday, February 22 - Hayes Carll

Granada Theater
Thursday, March 10 - Victor Wooten, Stanley Clarke
Saturday, March 26 - Monte Montgomery, Janet Robin

Lakewood Theater
Saturday, February 5 - Big Head Todd & The Monsters, James Cotton, Hubert Sumlin, Cedric Burnside & Lightnin' Malcolm.

The Loft
Wednesday, March 16 - Mike Watt & The Missingmen

Lola's Sixth
Friday, February 25 - Hayes Carll

Kessler Theater
Thursday, January 20 - Mahogony's Jam Box
Thursday, January 27 - Trey Johnson, Bryan Wakeland
Thursday, February 17 - Honey Island Swamp Band
Friday, March 18 - James Hall & The Futura Bold, Mark Growden
Thursday, March 24 - Emily Elbert & The Boston Boys

La Grange
Saturday, January 8 - Brunch w/ Daniel Chrysler
Friday, January 14 - Monco Poncho, Jason Bonner
Saturday, January 15 - Brunch w/ Monco Poncho
Thursday, January 20 - Sierra Lynn
Saturday, January 22 - Brunch w/ Paul Vaden
Saturday, January 22 - Menkena (CD Release), Novaak, Mike Graff
Sunday, January 23 - Grant Jones
Friday, January 28 - The Will Callers
Saturday, January 29 - Assassins
Sunday, January 30 - Brunch w/ Nicholas Altobelli
Thursday, February 3 - Left Foot Green, The Crazy Ivans
Saturday, February 5 - The Flametrick Subs, Save Off Sick
Sunday, February 13 - Brunch w/ Duette
Friday, February 18 - Sir Silky, Binary Sunrise
Friday, February 25 - These Mad Dogs Of Glory
Saturday, February 26 - Brunch w/ These Mad Dogs Of Glory
Saturday, February 26 - Random Blue
Saturday, March 5 - Back Porch Mary
Wednesday, March 16 - 500 Miles To Memphis
Saturday, March 19 - American Aquarium, King Bucks

Lochrann's Irish Pub & Eatery
Thursday, January 13 - The Virgin Wolves, The Klanks
Thursday, January 20 - Fox & The Bird, The Beaten Sea
Friday, January 21 - The Roomsounds
Thursday, January 27 - Thrift Store Cowboys, The Slow Burners

Palladium Ballroom
Saturday, January 22 - Underoath

PM Nightlife Lounge
Thursday, January 6 - Hey Champ

Poor David's Pub
Thursday, January 6 - The Influence, Lord Of The Fly, Robert Fortune Band
Sunday, January 9 - Responsible Johnny, Static Mind, Darstar
Saturday, January 15 - Mobley
Thursday, January 20 - Glow In The Sun
Friday, January 20 - Ginger Leigh, Shelley King, John Pointer
Friday, February 11 - Susan Gibson
Saturday, February 26 - Hayes Carll
Friday, March 18 - Matt White & Brendan James
Friday, March 25 - The Greencards, Milkdrive
Saturday, April 2 - Rory Block, James Elmore

Prophet Bar
Friday, February 4 - Courrier, The Soldier Thread, The Auxiliary Voice

Prophet Bar (Big Room)
Saturday, January 15 - Silent On Bordeaux, Tonight Tonight
Friday, February 4 - Times Of Grace, Straight Line Stitch, War Of Ages
Saturday, February 12 - Haste The Day, MyChildren MyBride, The Chariot

Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios
Wednesday, January 12 - Video, Dikes Of Holland, Zoltars
Saturday, January 22 - New Science Projects, Delmore Pilcrow, Two Knights & more
Wednesday, January 26 - Terminator 2, Stoned Men, Smile Full Of Ale, Depths
Saturday, February 19 - Ty Segall

Thursday, January 13 - Within Chaos, American Lab Rat, Tyrade

Uncle Calvin's Coffeehouse
Friday, January 21 - Kerri Arista, Chuck E. Costa

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