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  • Songwriters Series: Toni Price

    "The 57-year-old singer has carved out a special place here in the live music capital, where she owns one of the most extraordinary local legacies of any musician in the last 30 years." - Kevin Curtin, Austin Chronicle
    Fri., Aug. 24, 8pm  
    Threadgill's North
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    3teeth, Ho99o9, Street Sects

    Gen X industrial rock for millennials! 3teeth harks yesteryear’s heavy goth heroes: Nine Inch Nails, Rammstein, Orgy. The L.A. quartet, fronted by buff, mustachioed singer Alexis Mincolla, followed last year’s LP with two singles collaborating alongside hip-hop/hardcore punk greats Ho99o9. Odd bedfellows, but shared hatred for authority yielded potent results. Austin’s Street Sects could steal the show with sample-based industrial aggression.
    Mon., April 2, 8pm
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    Nancy Coplin's "Oh No, 7-0" birthday show

    Booker’s bash is sure to pull in myriad ATX all-stars.
    Mon., April 2, 6:30pm
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    John Kadlecik, Josh Pearson

    The less famous of the modern Jerry Garcia stand-ins named “John,” Kadlecik broke into the Grateful Dead universe in 1997 by co-founding set-list-specific tribute act Dark Star Orchestra. The following decade, his golden road to unlimited devotion led to membership in Furthur and Phil Lesh & Friends. Monday’s candlelit solo turn is sure to mix originals, covers, and deep Dead cuts like “We Can Run.” Austin’s Phish and Talking Heads tributer Josh Pearson opens.
    Mon., April 2, 8pm
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