Daily Music: Geezerville
Colvin & Earle Stand and Deliver
Last stop of a tour lasting several months, Austin’s Paramount Theatre hosted Shawn Colvin and Steve Earle on Sunday night, no weariness apparent in either local favorite. Better still, those expecting a sit-down, front porch kind of song swap between two of the most beloved singer-songwriters of their generation were in for a surprise.

11:45AM Mon. Sep. 26, Jim Caligiuri Read More | Comment »

10 Minutes with Robbie Fulks
Twenty years after his debut, Robbie Fulks’ two most recent albums, 2013’s Gone Away Backward and the new Upland Stories, find him at a career peak. As such, consider the longtime Chicago dweller among the top country/folk singer-songwriters of our day. He appears Sunday at Strange Brew.

1:00PM Wed. Jun. 1, Jim Caligiuri Read More | Comment »

Paul Simon Makes History
Austin City Limits checked off another American music treasure from its bucket list Thursday night. Paul Simon mostly repeated Tuesday’s set list from the first of two Bass Concert Hall shows – only three songs from the upcoming Stranger to Stranger – but no one at a full Moody Theater was complaining. How many times does one get to witness history, anyway?

11:00AM Fri. May 13, Jim Caligiuri Read More | Comment »

A Posies Pop-Up Show
Pacific Northwest duo Ken Stringfellow and Jon Auer have performed together as the Posies for nearly 30 years. In that time they’ve become masters of power pop, producing guitar jangle, sugary melodies, and impeccable harmonies. Their current tour picks venues where music isn’t normally on the menu and performances aren’t unannounced until day of show.

11:30AM Thu. May 5, Jim Caligiuri Read More | Comment »

SXSW Interview: Parker Millsap
On March 25, Oklahoma’s Parker Millsap follows up his acclaimed debut with an even harder LP, The Very Last Day. The 23-year-old singer-songwriter tells humane stories with an unusually detailed eye, while allowing his fiddle-driven trio to soundtrack the heart of American music. Witness them Saturday at St. David’s Historic Sanctuary, 11pm.

3:00PM Sat. Mar. 19, Jim Caligiuri Read More | Comment »

10 Minutes with Warren Haynes
His main band of 22 years, Gov’t Mule, will be touring this year, but guitarist Warren Haynes has Phil Lesh & Friends and the Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration on his schedule as well. Friday, he arrives at Emo’s with his Ashes & Dust band, a largely acoustic ensemble bringing to life the music from his highly praised 2015 solo album of the same name.

4:45PM Wed. Feb. 17, Jim Caligiuri Read More | Comment »

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10 Minutes with Barrence Whitfield
Onstage and new LP Under the Savage Sky, Barrence Whitfield is a screamer, an acrobat whose energy remain unmatched even at 60. On the phone from his home in Massachusetts, he’s soft spoken and engaging. Whitfield & the Savages load in for two nights at their home away from home, the Continental Club, starting Thursday.

12:00PM Wed. Jan. 20, Jim Caligiuri Read More | Comment »

Tedeschi Trucks Thrill Austin City Limits
A whiff of finality hung in the air Monday night at the Moody Theater. As announced by Austin City Limits Executive Producer Terry Lickona, the last taping of the show’s 41st season – a run including some of the biggest acts of the year (Kendrick Lamar, Courtney Barnett, Sleater-Kinney) – was at hand. Susan Tedeschi said it was the last date of a yearlong tour.

10:30AM Tue. Dec. 15, 2015, Jim Caligiuri Read More | Comment »

10 Minutes with Carlene Carter
After opening John Mellencamp’s most recent tour, Carlene Carter brings her one-woman show to the Cactus Cafe on Sunday. She’s promoting last year’s Carter Girl, which celebrates country music’s first family. Mother Maybelle Carter (1909-1978) was her grandmother and June Carter Cash (1929-2003) her mother.

11:20AM Thu. Nov. 12, 2015, Jim Caligiuri Read More | Comment »

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