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Nearly three decades after recording his No. 1 hit, “Lookin’ for Love,” Johnny Lee continues to wow audiences with ‘real’ country music. Lee, along with fellow country music legend John Conlee will share the stage at Whiskey River in Beaumont on Thursday, June 21 with doors opening at 7 p.m. Tickets for the show can be purchased online at whiskeyivertexas.com for $20 or at any Florida Tans locations.

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Love’em or hate’em — Nickelback is the biggest band in North America. The boys from Canada had the Toyota Center sold out, and them some, for the “Here and Now Tour” on June 2 in Houston.

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Comedian, actor, author and one of the funniest rednecks on the planet will perform his stand-up routine at Nutty Jerry’s on Saturday, May 26 with doors opening at 7 p.m. Tickets for the show are $100 (VIP Chairs), $75 (VIP Table Seats), $55 (reserved), $35 (General Admission) and can be purchased at the Nutty Jerry’s box office, online at nuttyjerrys.com or by phone at (877) 643-7508.

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The name may have changed but the fun and excitement will remain the same. Once called the Texas Cajun Heritage Festival has now been renamed the Spring Music Fest and 2012 Fishing Classic, which will be held at 700 Simmons Drive in Orange near the City Boat Ramp.

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“I used to be a woman, but now I’m a man,” shouted Foxy Shazam singer Eric Nally — Welcome to Buzzfest 28.

A festival that began as a yearly event in 1995 sponsored by KTBZ 94.5 The Buzz eventually became so popular that organizers decided to do it bi-annually and it has yet to disappoint.

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