The 24 Best Show Announcements of the Week

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Though it's hard right now to even think of shows further out than this weekend, The wheels are still cranking right along for Dallas promoters and talent buyers. The biggest announcements of the week are oldies, but goodies. In between his shifts inventing the new Microsoft Zune, the legendary singer songwriter will perform for two nights at Meyerson Symphony Center in April- but the "woah factor" announcement of the week would definitely be Michael McDonald, Kenny Loggins, The Pointer Sisters, and Nile Rodgers & Chic hitting Verizon Theatre this June.

Somebody's Darling | Friday, March 21 | The Foundry

Mother Falcon | Friday, April 4 | Dan's Silverleaf

Wild Moccasins, Young Mammals | Saturday, April 5 | The Foundry

Saintseneca | Monday, April 7 | Dan's Silverleaf

Pure X | Thursday, April 10 | City Tavern

Jeff Bridges and The Abiders | Sunday, April, 13 | Granada Theater

Neil Young | Thursday, April 17 | Friday, April 18 | Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Cult Leader, Yautja | Sunday, April 20 | Three Links

Jub Jam 2014: Bobby Duncan, Steve Helms, Michael Padgett, and more | Thursday, April 24 | The Kessler Theater

Things of Earth, Nervous Curtains | Friday, April 25 | The Foundry

Tom Jones | Saturday, May 3 | Granada Theater

Itzhak Perlman | Sunday, May 4 | Winspear Opera House

Wolf Gang | Thursday, May 8 | Club Dada

Bob Schneider | Friday May 9 | The Kessler Theater

Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis | Saturday, May 10 | The Kessler Theater

Bethen | Friday, May 16 | Three Links

French Horn Rebellion, Hey Champ | Saturday, May 24 | The Foundry

Seahaven, Adventures, Foxing | Monday, May 27 | Three Links

Margot and the Nuclear So and So's | Tuesday, June 10 | Club Dada

Peter Bradley Adams | Friday, June 13 | Dan's Silverleaf

Night of the Proms: Michael McDonald, Kenny Loggins, The Pointer Sisters, Nile Rodgers and Chic | Thursday, June 19 | Verizon Theatre

The Goo Goo Dolls, Daughtry | Wednesday, June 25 | Gexa Energy Pavillion

Tori Amos | Tuesday, July 29 | Winspear Opera House

Ray LaMontagne | Saturday, August 2 | Music Hall at Fair Park

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