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Club Listings for Fri., Nov. 17
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    Lyfe Jennings

    Fri., Nov. 17, 9pm 
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    Lynch Mob, Dharma Kings

    Quick, name the guitarists for Cinderella, Warrant, or Twisted Sister. Whatever the case, none compare to Dokken shredder George Lynch, whose Jurassic tone, two-ton gallop, and mercenary gravitas helped rocket the L.A. quartet to the peak of Eighties mullet metallers. Reunited with original Lynch Mob singer Oni Logan (Leonardo Gustavo Gimenez), the guitarist revisits Headbangers Ball for one night only.
    Fri., Nov. 17, 7pm 
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    Troyboi

    Fri., Nov. 17, 8:30pm 
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    The Golden Boys (record release)

    Like 2012 masterstroke Dirty Fingernails, follow-up Better Than Good Times spins like a lesser band’s greatest hits. Four songwriters, statistically led by singer/guitarist Matt Hoopengardner, specialize in effortless anthems manically incorporating garage, heartland punk, country, and AM pop. “Kick the Can” sounds like Cat Stevens had he converted to Lone Star beer instead of Islam.
    Fri., Nov. 17, 6pm
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    Paco Osuna

    Fri., Nov. 17, 10pm 
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    KUTX Live w/ Sweet Spirit, Sugar Free All-Stars

    The final installment of KUTX’s free fall series – think Blues on the Green for the NPR set – exposes your family to Austin’s Sweet Spirit, the glammy, heavy pop octet fronted by flamboyant singer Sabrina Ellis and berserker guitarist Andrew Cashen, who usually play at midnight in 21+ clubs. OKC family-friendy funkateers Sugar Free Allstars open at 7pm.
    Fri., Nov. 17, 7pm
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    Ray Wylie Hubbard

    As RWH marks 71, his annual bash has become less about taking stock of a legendary career than showcasing a songwriter reaching ever-higher summits. This year, Wimberley’s gypsy troubadour added another extraordinary platter to his past decade’s musical feast, Tell the Devil I’m Getting There as Fast as I Can, which cuts wry and irascible. Special surprise guests expected.
    Fri., Nov. 17, 8pm 
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    Escobar, The Darts, Ugly Beats, Bad Lovers, Count Vaseline

    French exports Escobar fire off hot rock & roll licks drenched in distortion, screeching fuzz, and delivered in a menacing baritone on an album triumvirate that includes 2017’s The Biggest Sound. L.A. foursome the Darts serves up a heavyweight dose of swirling psychedelia and sludgy garage riffs on forthcoming debut Me. Ow.
    Fri., Nov. 17, 9pm
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