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Kick Off Your Christmas Celebrations with a Seasonal Concert, Featuring Robert Earl Keen

In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, Robert Earl Keen is launching a new holiday show experience – Countdown to Christmas: Lunar Tunes & Looney Times. Keen and his band will pay homage to the space race and all things celestial in an out-of-this-world evening of family holiday fun. And luckily for you, it’s coming to Houston of Blues Houston on Wednesday, December 18th!

Concertgoers will blast off with Keen's classic “Merry Christmas from the Family,” fan favorites, and unearthly covers from his band members. “Merry Christmas from the Family” first appeared on Keen’s 1994 album, Gringo Honeymoon. University of Texas Press released Keen’s companion book, also titled Merry Christmas from the Family, in 2005.

Huffington Post describes his annual concert series as “part comedy/variety show—think The Carol Burnett Show of old— and part musical cornucopia that’s full of pleasant surprises. It’s akin to Christmas morning, but one where Keen and his merry band of musicians continue to unwrap gifts you didn’t even know you were hoping for until they share them on stage.”

The venue for the performance, the House of Blues, is committed to serving the community. From feeding the homeless to its grass-roots efforts to support local artists, the House of Blues is more than a place for music and food. Don’t miss this special event on Wednesday, December 18th—tickets are on sale now at www.LiveNation.com!

Sure, at Westmount at Copper Mill Apartments in Houston, Texas, you’ll find all the on-site amenities and services you desire, but we know your lifestyle demands more than perks that are close-to-home. By informing you of this upcoming event, we hope to inspire you to interact with your neighbors on a deeper level and just have an all-around good time.

Event Time/Date:
Wednesday, December 18, 2019—7:00 PM

Event Venue Location:
House of Blues Houston
1204 Caroline Street
Houston, Texas 77002

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