The year isn't over yet but the Houston concert calendar for 2018 is already filling up from January to December.

Houstonians will see highly-anticipated concerts from Taylor Swift (hot on the heels of a new album), Jeff Lynne's classic Electric Light Orchestra, metal masters Judas Priest, and the long-awaited return of Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighters to the Houston area.

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Quite simply there should be something for everyone at the biggest music venues across the city.

Heck, even Garth Brooks is playing two shows at RodeoHouston although tickets will likely be very hard to come by.

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Taylor Swift's latest album, 'reputation,' continues to rise up the charts. The album topped the latest Billboard 200 charts after selling over a million copies in the first week. According to Nielsen Music, this is Swift's fifth album to reach the top of the charts. 'reputation' is already the best selling album of 2017, surpassing Ed Sheeran's ÷ (Divide) in less than a week.

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Two guys from One Direction, Harry Styles and Niall Horan, are coming on solo tours. The Styles tour will feature an opening slot by Texas country queen Kacey Musgraves to boot.

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The Eagles, sans the late Glenn Frey, have announced concert dates around the country. Vince Gill and Frey's son Deacon have joined the group on this next chapter. No word yet on a Houston-area show though but it is likely in the cards.

As the year wraps up there should be even more concert news from some of the biggest artists in the industry so be sure to pay attention to Chron.com for further details.

Craig Hlavaty is a reporter for Chron.com and HoustonChronicle.com. He's an intolerable native Texan with too much ink in his skin and too much brisket stuck in his teeth. He's sad that Dead and Company aren't coming to Houston.