Great minds think alike, which explains the simultaneous discoveries of analytic geometry by Descartes and Fermat or why all of the grossest domain names are already taken. Hear people's thoughts with this GrouponLive deal to see Adam Carolla and Dennis Prager at the House of Blues Houston. For $24, you get one ticket for reserved seating in balcony center rows A-B or balcony right rows A-C on Thursday, July 12, at 8 p.m. (up to a $44.33 value, including all fees).
Irascible comedian Adam Carolla and conservative talk-radio host and author Dennis Prager take their palpable chemistry on the road for a series of freewheeling, thought-provoking, and daringly funny conversations. Adam "The Aceman" Carolla is practically a family member for millions of Americans. From foiling Dr. Drew on Loveline, antagonizing livers on The Man Show, and brazenly tricycling on Dancing with the Stars, Carolla’s affable mug is instantly familiar to television viewers. Now host of The Adam Carolla Show, which made the Guinness Book of World Records as the Most Downloaded Podcast in the World, he sits down for a rousing discussion with Prager as his gruff voice and gift of guff take in-the-flesh form.
As a voice of the conservative conscience, political commentator and columnist Dennis Prager and his pontifications have been bouncing off the airwaves since 1982. From his nationally syndicated talk show to his latest adventure novel, Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph, Prager's sense of pragmatism hits home with free-thinkers, old-school patriots, and anyone who sneezes at the smell of patchouli.
Although each of the career broadcasters attracts differing fan bases, their sardonic sensibilities unite audiences in an engaging evening of chit-chat and debate. Unable to suffer fools gladly, Adam and Dennis snip the wires of sensitive subjects as politics, American values, and the coddling of modern brats. The 90-minute-plus show also features a no-holds-barred Q&A where no topic, from the military to Bald Brian's body odor, is off limits.
Bayou Music Center
Part arena, part club, and all about the music, Bayou Music Center has catered to listeners of all tastes since it opened in 1997. James Brown, Steely Dan, Nickelback, and Etta James have all graced the spacious stage, drawn to its dazzling light displays and high-tech audio equipment. The facility also has various bars throughout, from an industrial taproom with corrugated steel walls to a lounge with neon drapery, oriental rugs, and cushy sofas.
1204 Caroline St.
Houston, Texas 77002