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  • Songwriters Series: Guy Forsyth

    Austin's Guy Forsyth has long enjoyed praise for his dazzling live shows and rich Americana and blues roots sound. His songs incorporate a unique mixture of styles and his sound is at once polished, raw, compelling, and irresistibly rump-shaking.
    Sat. Jan. 26th, 8pm  
    Threadgill's North
  • Hi How Are You Day 2019

    Please support the Hi, How Are You Project's mission to eliminate the stigma around mental health conversations by joining us for the 2nd annual Hi, How Are You Day. The fundraising concert will feature performances by the the Flaming Lips, Built to Spill, Yo La Tengo, the Moth & the Flame, Bob Mould, the Black Angels, Gavin Degraw, Bob Schneider, and Tameca Jones! Tune in to the livestream concert event and learn how you can donate at www.hihowareyou.org. #HiHowAreYou
    Tues. Jan. 22, 7pm  
    ACL Live at the Moody Theater
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    Planned Parenthood benefit w/ Go Fever, Lola Tried, Muff, the Sophies

    Answering Free Week, Electric Church continues putting its money where its mouth is with benefits for essential nonprofits. Planned Parenthood offers sexual health care, and all female-fronted (at least) rock bands Go Fever, Lola Tried, Muff, and the Sophies do their part.
    Fri., Jan. 12, 9pm
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    Poi Dog Pondering, Abra Moore, Night Glitter

    Across the street from where they packed Liberty Lunch in the late Eighties, once-local collective Poi Dog hops down from the Windy City behind bandleader Frank Orrall’s fearless fusion of folk, electro, funk, and psychedelia. Successful folk-pop alumnae Abra Moore (re)joins her former Hawaiian busking buddies, while ATX-based Thievery Corporation vox Loulou Ghelichkhani leads atmospheric synth-pop combo Night Glitter.
    Jan. 12-13, 8:30pm
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    Josh Ritter & the Royal City Band, Nicki Bluhm

    Since 1999, Josh Ritter’s cemented his persona as a folk rambler-huckster, evangelical agnostic, and a pop philosopher squaring up against self-doubt and loneliness. Gathering, the Idaho-born/upstate New York-based singer-songwriter’s ninth LP, crystallizes all of these dramatic personae, from the ebullient “Friendamine” to the spiritually searching “When Will I Be Changed,” a duet with Bob Weir.
    Fri., Jan. 12, 8pm 
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    Lolita Lynne (record release), Smiile, Batty Jr., Carrie Fussel, Dwight Smith

    Free Week buzz band boasts “hushed singer with devastating love songs.”
    Fri., Jan. 12, 9pm 
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    Asleep at the Wheel, Ben Rodgers

    Introducing Ray Benson’s Western swing octet in 2014, Broken Spoke top hand James White recounted Asleep at the Wheel’s 1973 entrance into his honky-tonk. “They came beneath the big ol’ oak tree, walked across the dirt parking lot, and threw the door open on this rustic old building knowing damn well they wasn’t at Carnegie Hall.” Forty-four years later, bandmates have changed and condos have sprouted, but the Wheel at the Spoke remains.
    Fri., Jan. 12, 6pm
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    COYU

    Catalan crate digger Ivan Ramos Salinas swings through ATX between stops in Spain and Switzerland for a start-to-close set from the internationally regarded label boss, producer, and DJ. Coyu’s label since 2008, Suara obsessively showcases cats in its artwork, belying the tech-house and techno mood of the label’s music – depending on your stance on felines. A techno kitten himself, Coyu showcases steely, pulsing rhythms and harmonious house.
    Fri., Jan. 12, 10pm 
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