- $15.75 for one ticket to see Bob Schneider or The Wailers (up to $30.39 value)
- When: Saturday, April 4, or Wednesday, March 25, at 8 p.m.
- Where: House of Blues Houston
- General-admission standing
- Door time: 7 p.m.
- Full offer value includes ticketing fees
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- $15.75 for a general admission ticket on April 4 to Bob Schneider ($30.39 value)
- $15.75 for a general admission ticket on March 25 to The Wailers ($27.58 value)
- April 4: Bob Schneider
- March 25: The Wailers
Ticket prices and values vary depending on the date and showtime you select. Seating availability also varies depending on the date.
- Bob Schneider’s voice: husky, sincere, and multifaceted—one minute it gets the audiences throwing their hands in the air and the next minute they’re reaching for a handkerchief
- His live show: packed with audience interaction, engaging improvisation, and familiar songs
- You first met him: as the lead singer of the ’90s Austin jam band Ugly Americans, which garnered a loyal following
- How he surprised fans: as a solo artist, he set aside the funk—or as he calls it, “frunk”—jams to explore new avenues of folk, pop, and rock in albums such as the lush Lonelyland, where his lyrics became more vulnerable and autobiographical
- What Austin thinks of Bob’s ever-changing sound: in an 11-year span, it kept honoring him with Austin Music Awards, including Band of the Year, Musician of the Year, Song and Album of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year, and Songwriter of the Year
- Where he’s at now: on the road playing fan-favorite hits and touting his latest album, King Kong, the first of a proposed trilogy
- The Wailers are: the band that backed Bob Marley from the beginning of his career (along with Peter Tosh and Bunny Livingston) through his final days
- What they did with Bob: accentuated his songs with sandy-footed backbeats, helped popularized reggae across the globe, and sold over 250 million albums
- What they’ve done after Bob: spread his legacy, music, and message of peace and love across the farthest reaches of the world, leaving an estimated 24 million people feeling elated and mellow
- The anchor of The Wailers: bassist Aston “Family Man” Barrett, who played bandleader during Marley’s heyday, co-produced and arranged many of Marley’s biggest hits, and scored a Lifetime Achievement Award from Bass Player Magazine
- Taking the vocal reigns: Kingston native Dwayne “Danglin” Anglin, who channels Marley’s joyous pipes
- Marley hits you’re likely to hear: “I Shot the Sheriff” “Get Up, Stand Up,” “Is This Love,” and most of the hits from the Legend, which is still the best-selling reggae album of all time and recently celebrated its 30th anniversary