Back in the day, we celebrated the end of school by chanting Alice Cooper's "School's out for summer / School's out forever ... / No more pencils / No more books / No more teacher's dirty looks."
Though today's youngsters may not have a theme to accompany their last-day-of-school joy, they can celebrate with some actual musicians on Sunday. Hip-hop rules school when Chingo Bling, Lucky Luciano, Boise-based Texas T, Double O Ryderz, Los Production and more blow out any semblance of studying at an all-ages, end-of-school show. Texas-born Bling sewed the seeds of his fame in Houston's underground Latin rap scene. His bombastic braggadocio earned him a following among not only Latino youth, but critics, media and labels as well. Bling's fame headed toward infamy with the title of his 2007 release, They Can't Deport Us All.