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Amos Lee, Kevin Garrett + More Concerts to Catch This Week

February is closing with top-notch tunes around town.

By Bryce Dodds February 21, 2017

Kevin Garrett

The Brooklyn-based crooner, whose A-list fan club includes Beyoncé and Sam Smith, brings his contemporary R&B ballads, like "Coloring" and "Never Knock," to the House of Blues. 

Wednesday, Feb 22 at 8. From $13. House of Blues, Houston, 1204 Caroline St. 888-402-5837. houseofblues.com/houston

Tift Merritt

After releasing her new album, Stitch of the World, the Houston-born singer stops by the Bayou City to sing hit tracks, like “Traveling Alone” and “Love Soldiers On.” Psst—get there early to catch a set from modern indie rocker Sera Cahoone.

Thursday, Feb. 23 at 8:30. From $24. Dosey Doe Music Cafe, 463 FM 1488. 936-271-2171. doseydoe.com

Amos Lee

From opening for Norah Jones to headlining his own national tour, Amos Lee is one of the most distinctive voices in alternative music. Don't miss favorite “Keep It Loose, Keep It Tight” that brilliantly blends genres and styles while displaying his musical prowess. We're calling it: must-see show of the week.

Friday, Feb. 24 at 8. From $30. Revention Music Center, 520 Texas Ave. 713-225-8551. reventionmusiccenter.com

Band of Heathens

Cap off your work week with these Austin rockers at a guaranteed fantastic show. The band recently released their new album, Duende, which has already received critical acclaim. Thanks to tunes like “Trouble Came Early,” the group is sure to make waves beyond Texas soon. Catch their show at an intimate venue while you still can.

Friday, Feb. 24 at 8. From $22. The Heights Theater, 339 W. 19th St. 713-861-6070. theheightstheater.com 

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