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Celine Dion

Hobby Center for the Performing Arts

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With her first English-language album in 1990, she established herself as a star. From there the Canadian songbird’s fame spread through songs including “The Power of Love,” “Think Twice” and “My Heart Will Go On,” which served as the theme song for Titanic.

There were just four guys from Jersey, until they sang their very first note. The show features all The Four Seasons’ hits including “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” and “Working My Way Back to You.”

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Wortham Theater Center

House of Blues

White Oak Music Hall (Downstairs)

Dosey Doe Big Barn (The Woodlands)

The comedy duo is best known as the creators of Adult Swim TV shows such as “Tom Goes to the Mayor,” “Tim and Eric’s Bedtime Stories” and more.

Based in Nashville, he became obsessed with Bruce Springsteen at an early age, and modeled his career on the same principles of rock.

The group fuses bluegrass, country, folk, blues and ragtime, all channeled through guitarist Pete Bernhard, bassist Lucia Turino, and multi-instrumentalist Cooper McBean.

He won an Oscar for the playful “Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head,” and has had a steady stream of country-laced hits over the years.

Tim & Eric

Ron Pope

The Devil Makes Three, Matt Heckler BJ Thomas

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Chaka Khan Arena Theatre

From her years fronting Rufus (“Tell Me Something Good”), to a solo career, her songs, including “I Feel For You,” are radio favorites.

Matt Schofield Trio

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Dosey Doe Big Barn (The Woodlands)

Yola

The English guitarist blends blues, funk and jazz, as well as covers of classics songs in his thick repertoire of music.

Heights Theater

The Bristol, England musician is a force, playing acoustic guitar and soulfully belting out her roots rock songs.

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Jasper Johns: 100 Variations on a Theme Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

The debut presentation of the exhibition centers on a series of fascinating prints the artist made in 2015 over the course of 10 days in his Connecticut studio. FEBRUARY 1

James McMurtry Main Street Crossing (Tomball)

CNN calls him "America's fiercest songwriter,” performing from a collection of gems that have helped define the very soul of music in Texas for decades. FEBRUARY 1-2

Texas Lunar Festival Viet Hoa Center

Celebrate the Year of the Rat with two days of colorful activities that spotlight various authentic facets of Asian cultures.

Norman Rockwell: American Freedom

Kaisu Koski: Rehearsals for Empathy Lawndale Art Center

The exhibit portrays aspects of simulation in medical education through a series of films, deconstructing elements in training of patients. FEBRUARY 8

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Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Big Head Todd and the Monsters

The exhibit explores how the artist’s 1943 paintings came to be embraced as works that provided crucial aid to the war effort and took their place in American art history.

House of Blues

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Revention Music Center

McGonigel’s Mucky Duck

Named among a list of Rolling Stone’s “10 New Artists You Need to Know,” is a singer, songwriter, director and actress all rolled into one.

His unmistakable guitar lick that opened Commander Cody’s immortal “Hot Rod Lincoln” set the tone for his career.

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The blues/rock outfit from Colorado has been together since the 1980s, making a name on the festival circuit over the years.

What’s Opera, Duck? McGonigel’s Mucky Duck

Buck Ross emcees the annual University of Houston's Moores School of Music program announcing new season of performance. FEBRUARY 8-9, 13, 15 & 16 *

Hayley Kiyoko

Photography and the Surreal Imagination

Bill Kirchen

Schumann Festival I, II & III, Houston Symphony Jones Hall

His music speaks in a timeless, universal language. Take a deep dive into the trials and the triumphs, the love and the madness, the man and the music.

Beauty is in the Eye, River Oaks Chamber Orchestra

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The Menil Collection

The Church of St. John the Devine

Dosey Doe Big Barn (The Woodlands)

Anchored in historical Surrealism, the exhibit explores photography’s tension between documentation and invention, images that teeter between truth and suggestion.

The performance features the premiere of a new concerto by Kevin Lau for Erhu, a traditional Chinese stringed instrument.

His soulful delivery of searing ballads “Love, Me,” “In This Life,” and “If I Were You,” plus rockers “My Kind of Girl” and “That’s My Story” made him a star.

Collin Raye

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