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Web-posted Thursday, August 26, 2010

Concert roundup

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Brantley Gilbert

Josh Weathers and the True Endeavors

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Brantley Gilbert

Brantley Gilbert will perform his country and southern rock music tonight in Amarillo.

Gilbert, of Georgia, is scheduled to play at 10 p.m. today at Midnight Rodeo, 4400 S. Georgia St.

The musician will play songs from his sophomore album, "Halfway to Heaven," which released in March.

Tickets are $10 for ages 21 and older and $12 for ages 18 to 20.

For information, call 806-358-7083, www.midnightrodeoamarillo.com.

Vital Remains

Death-metal band Vital Remains will headline a concert in Amarillo this weekend.

The concert is scheduled at 7 p.m. Saturday at the War Legion Underground, 2523 Britain Drive.

Vital Remains, a Rhode Island-based group, formed in 1988.

Its most recent album, "Icons of Evil," released in 2007.

The band's next project is due out later this year.

Other acts scheduled to perform on Saturday include the Amarillo groups Animated Truculence, Eternal and Klause.

Tickets to the show are $5 in advance or $8 at the door.

For information, call 806-517-5647 or visit www.myspace.com/thewarlegion.

Josh Weathers and the True Endeavors

Hoot's Pub will host Josh Weathers and the True Endeavors on Saturday.

The rhythm and blues rock ensemble is scheduled to perform at 10:30 p.m. Saturday at the venue, 2424 Hobbs Road.

The group, of Fort Worth, will showcase tunes from its most recent five-song project, "Better Days EP," which released in 2009.

Admission is $7.

Call 806-358-9560 or visit www.hootspub.com.

- Staff writer Brad Newman

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