Daily Music: Death Valley Nights
Monday Comes to Austin for Jimmy Buffett
Medicine’s Rod of Asclepius stamped each shoulder, giving way to hemp leaves cascading down the front, back, and sleeves, which at the elbows came stitched with the scales of justice. Legalize medicinal marijuana? Five consecutive years of summer tour warm-ups in Austin during May yielded a first at the Moody Theater Monday: Jimmy Buffett wore a blazer.

1:25PM Tue. May 24, Raoul Hernandez Read More | Comment »

Journeyman Neal Schon
Long before “Don’t Stop Believin’” – and “Lovin’, Touchin’, Squeezin’,” “Any Way You Want It,” “Who‘s Crying Now,” “Faithfully,” etc. – Journey was a prog rock group. Prior to that, its founder Neal Schon, 62, joined the final lineup of the Santana band as a teenage guitarist. Journey lands at the Circuit of the Americas on Wednesday.

1:00PM Tue. May 17, Raoul Hernandez Read More | Comment »

Levitation Live Shot: Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats
At 12:03am on Saturday, when Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats ceased, the UK doom melodians slammed the coffin shut on Levitation’s second-worst day – a black Friday without a single drop of precipitation (at least where this Central Austinite sat/stood/waited). Puddles of human fluid flowing through Empire Control Room’s tented outside stage didn’t count.

11:47AM Sat. Apr. 30, Raoul Hernandez Read More | Comment »

Do Me Baby! Austin Does Prince
Prince high-kickin’ his best James Brown impression atop a grand piano at the Frank Erwin Center in 1997 remains only slightly less memory-searing than a hurricane-like rainstorm on the night the diminutive Hendrix disciple destroyed San Antonio’s AT&T Center in 2004. Total recall also dusts off a sovereign CD, Do Me Baby! Austin Does Prince.

2:25PM Wed. Apr. 27, Raoul Hernandez Read More | Comment »

Springsteen Takes Dallas to The River
At the 3:20 mark – hours, not minutes – Bruce Springsteen could only repeat, “I got nothing.” Some 20,000 fanatics at the American Airlines Arena in Dallas on Tuesday knew better, even if the E Street Band looked ready for a post-concert cocktail. A somewhat anti-climactic “Bobby Jean” served as canny come down from three-plus hours at dizzying heights.

5:47PM Wed. Apr. 6, Raoul Hernandez Read More | Comment »

Mavericks Tame Rodeo Austin
Even on a Sunday afternoon when the cowboys couldn’t rope the calves and the kindergartener-strapped muttons were busted – flat-out lethargic – not to mention the horse fillies failed to slalom the barrels, and no one could stay on the bull tonnage, Rodeo Austin still broke the bank. Paradise weather and the Mavericks saw to that.

11:00AM Mon. Mar. 14, Raoul Hernandez Read More | Comment »

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Austin Music Industry Award Winners
We winced through the Grammys and slept through the Oscars, but Monday’s second annual Austin Music Industry Awards ran neither self-congratulatory nor constituted self-important ego worship. Popular vote determines winners on the business end of the Austin Music Poll, so the write-in ballot means any trophy reflects true blue community consensus.

10:25PM Mon. Mar. 7, Raoul Hernandez Read More | Comment »

Final SXSW List: No. 10
South by Southwest’s weekly lineup announcements concluded this morning, 11 days before the conference’s music portion commences. The addition of 201 acts includes all-time great MC Nas, Brooklyn pop artisans Lucius, and rising rapper Vince Staples, totaling the festival’s offerings around 2,100 acts.

12:25PM Fri. Mar. 4, Kevin Curtin and Raoul Hernandez Read More | Comment »

SXSW List No. 9
Unofficial day party announcements now arriving faster than you can spell R-S-V-P, it’s easy to forget that South by Southwest Music continues making lineup announcements, including one now.

10:10AM Fri. Feb. 26, Kevin Curtin and Raoul Hernandez Read More | Comment »

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