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2010 Dec. 30th - House of Blues, Houston, TX

Posted: Fri Dec 03, 2010 8:47 pm
by Monolith Maniac
Thursday December 30, 2010

House Of Blues
1204 Caroline Street
Houston, Texas 77002
VENUE# 888-402-5837
SHOWTIME: 7:30p.m.

All ages show

$15.00 - 4 Pack-General Admission
$20.00 - General Admission-Advanced
$25.00 - Day of Show-General Admission
$35.00 - Balcony Seating ... ntid=66845

Tickets: ... ?brand=hob

Re: December 30, 2010 Houston, TX

Posted: Sun Dec 12, 2010 2:39 pm
by norma023
thanks for the post!

That pricing seems a bit odd though, meaning for $15 I could get (4) individual tickets? Versus a single (in advance) for $20 ??

Re: December 30, 2010 Houston, TX

Posted: Tue Dec 14, 2010 2:16 pm
im only 5 hours away from this show but im broke have to wait till they play closer.hopefully somebody from this site will get to go.

Re: December 30, 2010 Houston, TX

Posted: Fri Dec 31, 2010 1:25 pm
by luciparmer
I went to this show last night and I was so surprised at how good of a guitarist and showman that Dave was. I really enjoyed the show and all of their songs (not just the well-known hits). I even learned something from Dave. It was something he said about "not being used to performing a song, and how he might mess-up because of that). I recently performed a Daughtery song, September, at a college in San Antonio. The first time performing the song (in public and with the pianist) I messed-up 5 of the words. I was so upset over flubbing 5 of the words lyrically, but after listening to what Dave said last night about "not being used to doing a song" I now realize how awesome I really did. So for that, thanks Dave for making me a better musician just by attending your show!! Loved you guys!!! --Luci

Re: December 30, 2010 Houston, TX

Posted: Sat Jan 01, 2011 11:03 pm
by crawl
Welcome to the site luci!

I too think Dave is a great guitarist and showman. He is quite a ham ;). Glad to hear that you were able to talk to him after the show. Sure makes sense to me that you only get good at it the more you do it. Glad he made you feel better. There are several really good lines attributed to him. Course he also does sometimes to mess up the lyrics to songs that he has been doing a long time, but that can happen to anyone too. Actually most of the songs have so many lyrics I wonder how he can remember them all! Oh and sometimes the lyrics change over time and places....

Welcome aboard and Happy New Year!

Re: December 30, 2010 Houston, TX

Posted: Sun Jan 02, 2011 5:45 pm
by luciparmer
Thanks, and Happy New Year to you too!