Show Announcements: Sebadoh, Quasi, WeDentonDoIt Christmas Special, Tokyo Police Club, Colin Hay, Alter Bridge, The Cool Kids, Vallejo, David Cassidy, Clay Aiken and More!

Few bands are as synonymous with indie rock as Sebadoh, whose original members, including the prolific Lou Barlow, reunited in 2007 and have since been touring in support of some early record reissues.

They've got more on the way in 2011, too, which is why we can expect them to be in top form when they play at the Granada Theater with opening act Quasi on Friday, February 18. Tickets for the show are on sale now for $19 and $35 at the Granada's ticket website.

And up in Denton, WeDentonDoIt is holding their first ever Christmas Special on Saturday, December 11, which will happen at A Creative Art Studio. The festivities will include live music from Sunglasses, Northern, Eyes & Ears, and Becoming, and a gallery featuring a handful of Denton artist, free beer, Tetris, and arts and crafts.

More show announcements after the jump.

A Creative Art Studio
Saturday, December 11 - WeDentonDoIt Christmas Special w/ Sunglasses, Northern, Eyes & Ears, Becoming

All Good Cafe
Thursday, December 2 - Naptime Shake, Glen Farris
Friday, December 3 - Sueffer Family Reunion
Saturday, December 4 - Lucky Pierres, Dirt Daubers
Thursday, December 9 - Max Stalling
Friday, December 10 - King Bucks, Stone River Boys
Saturday, December 11 - Sutcliffes
Thursday, December 16 - Madison King, Ryan Thomas Becker
Friday, December 17 - Dog Dander
Saturday, December 18 - El Cento
Thursday, December 23 - Trey Johnson, Chris Holt, Ward Williams

Bass Performance Hall

January 14-16 - Jan Vogler & Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

The Bone

Friday, December 3 - Dixie Rex
Saturday, December 4 - Parachute Addams
Friday, December 17 - Christian Brooks Band
Saturday, December 18 - Texas Ramblers
Friday, December 31 - The Marfalites, Spector 45

The Cavern

Saturday, December 14 - Mini Mansions, Man Factory, New Fumes (moved from The Nightmare)

City Tavern

Tuesday, January 25 - Young Prisms, Melted Toys (moved from The Nightmare)

Club Dada

Friday, February 4 - Bath, Braids, Star Slinger (moved from The Nightmare)

Granada Theater
Tuesday, February 1 - Tokyo Police Club
Friday, February 18 - Sebadoh, Quasi
Thursday, March 2 - Colin Hay
Friday, March 11 - Marty Stuart

Hailey's Club

Monday, December 6 - Vulgar Fashion, Pocket Change, Kashioboy, Dharma
Wednesday, December 8 - Foe Destroyer, Tommy & The High Pilots & more
Friday, December 17 - Backside Pick, The Black And Blues, Taco Kitty
Wednesday, January 26 - Western Giants, Ladycop, Thrift Store Cowboys

House Of Blues

Wednesday, February 9 - Ingram Hill
Friday, February 18 - Grace Potter & The Nocturnals
Thursday, February 24 - 1999--A Tribute To Prince

La Grange

Saturday, December 4 - Brunch w/ Daniel Chrysler
Saturday, December 4 - Binary Sunrise, Young and Brave, Duette
Sunday, December 12 - Brunch w/ Paul Vaden
Thursday, December 16 - Joanne McAlone & Parental Advisory
Friday, January 7 - Oil Boom, Quaker City
Saturday, January 8 - Rachel Stacy
Sunday, January 9 - Brunch w/ Jaime Saso

Poor David's Pub

Wednesday, December 15 - Brice Beaird
Thursday, December 16 - Elizabeth Wills
Thursday, December 30 - North Of Autumn

The Ranch at Las Colinas

Thursday, December 2 - Josh Weathers
Every Saturday in December - Chris Johnson
Wednesday, December 8, 15 - Jennifer Nickerson

Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios

Thursday, December 2 - Paper Robot, Deep Snapper, Virgin Wolves
Wednesday, December 8 - Cuckoo Byrds, Dharma, Florene
Thursday, December 9 - Geistheistler, Final Club, Kampfgrounds
Wednesday, December 15 - Slackbeat, Sans Soleil, The Angelus
Monday, January 10 - Power Trip, Naysayer, Take Offense, Humanerror (moved from The Nightmare)


Friday, January 7 - Alter Bridge, Taddy Porter, Like A Storm
Saturday, January 9 - Dub Assembly
Friday, January 14 - Madball, Comeback Kid, Cancer Bats
Saturday, January 15 - Vallejo
Sunday, January 23 - The Cool Kids
Thursday, February 10 - Murder FM, Cage 9, Betawolf
Saturday, February 12 - Mac Miller
Thursday, February 17 - Rehab

Verizon Theatre

Saturday, January 22 - David Cassidy
Friday, January 28 - Ethan Bortnick
Tuesday, March 8 - Clay Aiken

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