House of Blues

Giddy would be an understatement. I remember buying Cypress Hill’s self-titled debut album in 1991 on cassette tape and playing it to all my classmates in high school.

Songs like “How I Could Just Kill a Man,” “Hand on the Pump/Real Estate,” “The Phunky Feel One” and my personal favorite from the album, “Latin Lingo.” I was the guy in my class who other students would come to and ask for new music, but this time, it was different. I was the first to introduce Cypress Hill to my entire school. Probably a lie, but I told myself I was.

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The West Coast High Tour was announced last September and the time has officially arrived for Cypress Hill and Hollywood Undead to take the stage at the House of Blues in downtown Houston (1204 Caroline) this Sunday, Feb. 24. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

Tickets remain on sale with prices starting at $34.50 and can be purchased online by clicking HERE.

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Jeff Timmons, Justin Jeffre, and brothers Nick and Drew Lachey make up one of the most successful vocal groups of the ‘90s — 98 Degrees. Last year, the multi-platinum artists recorded a compelling full-length Christmas album Let It Snow that featured spot-on harmonies of classics like “Please Come Home For Christmas,” “The First Noel,” “O Little Town Of Bethlehem,” “Silent Night” plus a festive original tune, “Season of Love.”

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Not many bands have been able to make an instant splash on the national scene like Hollywood Undead managed to do nearly a decade ago.

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