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Alice in Chains

by on Aug.27, 2009, under concerts

  Alice in Chains plays alternative metal, alternative rock, grunge, and heavy metal music. The band played together 1987–2002 and reformed in 2005. They have 4 albums from 1990-2009.

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by on Jun.26, 2009, under concerts

  Candlebox plays post-grunge, grunge, hard rock and alternative rock music. The group was formed in 1991 and reformed in 2006.
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Brian Vander Ark

by on Jun.23, 2009, under concerts

  Brian Vander Ark is the lead singer for The Verve Pipe.  He started playing the guitar at the age of 8.

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by on May.05, 2009, under concerts

Buzzfest tickets

Buzzfest has been held in Houston since 1995. See the best in Alternative rock, Grunge, Pop punk, Post-grunge, Punk rock, Rap rock, and Rock. [mappress]

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Chris Cornell

by on Oct.09, 2008, under concerts

Chris Cornell
Chris Cornell tickets

Rocker Chris Cornell was the frontman for Audioslave & Soundgarden. His 3rd solo album, Scream, will be released in 2008.

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Stone Temple Pilots

by on Jul.08, 2008, under concerts

Stone Temple Pilots
Stone Temple Pilots tickets

After a 5 year break, the Stone Temple Pilots are back & rocking harder than ever with Scott Weiland, Robert & Dean DeLeo, and Eric Kretz. They blend hard rock with grunge and alternative to produce their own unique sound. They have sold over 40 million albums with 15 top ten singles & 6 #1 singles + a #1 album (Purple). They got a 1994 Grammy for “Plush” and made VH1’s top 100 of Hard Rock.

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Alice in Chains Tickets

by on May.18, 2006, under concerts

Alice In Chains Tickets

Alice in Chains tickets

Alice in Chains is an influential grunge/hard rock group formed by lead singer Layne Staley (1967-2002) in the mid-1980s, originally as Diamond Lie and shortly followed by several other names before taking the name of Alice in Chains, which derived from one of Layne Staley’s former bands, Alice N’ Chainz. The name derived from their early stages as a band when the group would dress in drag at concerts; Staley described it as a name he thought of that would fit a band that “dressed in drag and played speed metal.” They quickly shed this image, however, for grunge fashion. Along with Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and Soundgarden, Alice in Chains was one of the most commercially successful bands from the Seattle, Washington grunge music scene. Unlike many of their peers, Alice in Chains owed more to heavy metal than to punk or ’70s rock, but the group became closely associated with grunge due to their Seattle roots, the image they often presented (e.g., denim jeans, Dr. Martens boots, etc.), and their introspective and sometimes morbid lyrics (often sung in unusual and distinctive vocal harmonies).

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