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Threadgill's hosts the teen bands of tomorrow

The musicians ranged from 8 to 18 and, over the course of five weeks, they performed in virtually every genre, from rock to folk to hip-hop to blues, with a lot of stops along the way. For the last showcase this past Saturday at Threadgill’s, a dozen teenage bands and performers proved that Austin isn’t just the Live Music Capital of the World – it could be the Teen Music Capital of the World. Click through the gallery on the right for proof.

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