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Bob Dylan to Play UT’s Bass Concert Hall on March 16
Materializing locally for the first time since 2015, Bob Dylan will play UT’s Bass Concert Hall on March 16 – part of 20 spring concert dates that rolled out this morning.

10:30AM Mon. Jan. 24, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Friends and Family of the Original Owner of the Armadillo Sign Being Auctioned at Sotheby's Say Sign Was Purchased, Not Stolen, Despite Claims of Armadillo Associates 
Sotheby’s, the planet’s oldest and most prestigious art auction house, is currently accepting bids on an artifact from one of Austin’s most historic music venues: the Armadillo World Headquarters.

1:00PM Fri. Jan. 21, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Old Favorites at Old Settler’s: McCoury, Rowan, and Shinyribs Highlight Early Lineup
One positive of the pandemic’s impact on live music schedules – yes, we’re looking hard for silver linings these days – is that we’re getting two Old Settler’s Music Festivals in a six month span. With warm memories of October’s OSMF still lingering, the lineup for its usual spring slot now emerges.

1:00PM Wed. Jan. 19, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

SXSW Adds Jason Isbell, Michael Dell and More to Speaker List
With only seven weeks before it makes its in-person return, SXSW's speaker list gets longer today with the announcement of a host of names including Pfizer Chairman and CEO Dr. Albert Bourla, and European Commission Executive Vice President Margrethe Vestager.

6:26PM Tue. Jan. 18, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Applications Are Now Being Accepted for Austin Music Disaster Relief Grants
Help is on the way for the Austin music community in the form of a grant program. The grant’s purpose is to aid folks working in the Austin music industry who have been affected by the economic impact of COVID-19. This round of relief will be funded by federal money, as opposed to previous years’ programs of the same name funded by the city.

10:50AM Tue. Jan. 18, Robert Penson Read More | Comment »

Texas Songwriting Legend Robert Earl Keen Announces Retirement From the Road
The road may go on forever, but a Texas songwriting legend says he won’t be out on it anymore. Robert Earl Keen, a titan of Texas roots music, announced that after more than 30 years he’s hanging up his hat and retiring. At least from playing out on the road and for live audiences.

6:22PM Sun. Jan. 16, Robert Penson Read More | Comment »

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Hoping for Normalcy, Leo Rondeau’s Back in the Honky-Tonks
It’s Thursday night, halfway through the last calendar page of 2021, under the red lights of the White Horse stage and Leo Rondeau’s got 150 people twirling, stepping, dipping. Old friends, scrunched to the side of the field of dancers, sing along to the worn-in favorites like “Here’s My Heart.”

9:00AM Fri. Jan. 14, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Fast Rising Family Band We Don’t Ride Llamas Capture Hearts at Free Week
The first time I laid eyes on We Don’t Ride Llamas was via an Instagram clip of the siblings in their practice room playing a faithful and unironic cover of the breakdown from Korn’s “Freak on a Leash.” You know, the part that goes “Da-boom-dah-dah-umm-nah-nah-eemah.”

8:00AM Sun. Jan. 9, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

In the Frigid Cold of a Surging Pandemic, Tear Dungeon’s Blood-Spewing Chaos Made Us Feel Alive
Q: What’s black and white and red all over?
A: Not a fucking newspaper, ya dummy. No, the most accurate answer is Tear Dungeon during Thursday’s Free Week show at Hotel Vegas – and every other night they play live.

2:30PM Sat. Jan. 8, David Brendan Hall Read More | Comment »

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