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Club Listings for Sat., Sept. 23
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    Pecan Street Festival

    The fall edition of this venerable two-day street-shutter packs plenty on three stages. Saturday features familiar melodies tweaked with quick right turns from shadowy bop-poppers Très Oui, remarkably fluid blues guitar from current Gary Clark Jr. tour opener Jackie Venson, and raggedly earnest rent party epics from onetime Zykos frontman Michael Booher. Complete lineup at www.pecanstreetfestival.org.
    Sat., Sept. 23, noon
    Sixth Street between Brazos & I-35
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    Red River Family Festival

    Extreme local imprint Red River Family Records debuted its fest last year with all things blackened and headbanging. This year, controversial Colombia-to-Seattle duo Inquisition headlines Friday, still spreading cosmic waves from last year’s masterpiece Bloodshed Across the Empyrean Altar Beyond the Celestial Zenith. Support comes from a dozen locally, plus nationally sourced like minds, including Portland’s Uada, L.A.’s Arizmenda, and Philadelphia’s Krieg. Saturday night features Portland’s Ævangelist, Santa Fe supergroup Vanum, and San Antonio’s Crawl, alongside New York’s Yellow Eyes, Portand’s Panzergod, and eight more. Corpse paint and spiked wristbands not required, but they couldn’t hurt.
    Sat., Sept. 23, 5pm
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    SuperJoint, DevilDriver, King Parrot, Cane Hill, Child Bite, Disfigured

    When Phil Anselmo & co. christened Come & Take It Live in January, homegrown metallurgists thanked gods down below for a new Back Room on East Riverside. Outsized NOLA swamp thrashing via third Superjoint platter Caught Up in the Gears of Application will elicit repeat gratitude in the company of Devildriver, Aussie screamers King Parrot, etc.
    Sat., Sept. 23, 5:30pm
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    Moon Taxi, Los Coast

    Nashville indie spectacle.
    Sat., Sept. 23, 8pm
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    Papa Mali, Carolyn Wonderland

    Longtime local now calls NOLA home, so Malcolm Welbourne raggas are now fewer and farther between.
    Sat., Sept. 23, 7:30pm
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    Roger McGuinn

    Byrds frontman invented jangle-pop.
    Sat., Sept. 23, 8pm
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