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  • Bob Schneider

    54-time Austin Music Award-winner Bob Schneider has reigned as a de facto king of the Austin music scene for a couple of decades now, and while no one stays on top forever, the man shows no signs of decay in quality or creativity.
    Fri., Aug. 17, 8:30pm  
    Threadgill's World HQ
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    Kabah + JNS

    Woke Mexican pop since 1992.
    Fri., Aug. 3, 8pm 
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    Ian Moore (50th birthday celebration & CD release), Eric Tessmer

    From Austin blues apprentice to journeyman Seattle guitarist, Ian Moore’s dozen albums since a 1993 Capricorn Records bow culminate in tight new EP Toronto. It’s “Looking for the Sound” exemplifies the disc’s Sixties pop, Seventies rock, and Nineties indie, whiling dismounting into contemporary awareness and hope like full-length predecessor Strange Days. SRV-fast firebrand Eric Tessmer opens a club answer to Steve Miller and Peter Frampton shredding the Moody on Monday.
    Fri., Aug. 3, 9pm
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    Thor, Tear Dungeon, Stabba, DJ Clean Bobby

    Vancouver metallers meet Sweet Spirit/A Giant Dog “blood drooling, gimp mask-sporting, garage-metal” spin-off.
    Fri., Aug. 3, 9pm 
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    Hickoids, The Beaumonts, All Monsters Attack

    Cowpunk uprising.
    Fri., Aug. 3, 10pm
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    The Nightowls + Tameca Jones w/ Jai Malano, Aaron Stephens

    Austin R&B/soul act the Nightowls released We Are the Nightowls back in April and gained national traction. In the midst of a summer tour, they stopover at home to co-headline with sweet singing Tameca Jones. The “Hot & Bothered” singer begins her own national march into breakout status on the road with Gary Clark Jr. this fall. Jai Malano supports with electric, old-school vocal flair and dynamic stage presence. On their heels, Aaron Stephens is rising a soul troubadour.
    Fri., Aug. 3, 6pm 
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    Songwriters Series: Jim Lauderdale

    Jim Lauderdale shows no signs of slowing down at 61. This month unloads two LPs from the Americana pioneer, numbers 30 and 31 disseminating Southern country soul on Time Flies and recently rediscovered recordings with mandolin great Roland White. The two serve as mile markers to an extraordinary career, 1979 issue Jim Lauderdale & Roland White capturing the two-time Grammy winner just arrived in Nashville and the new material offering reflective mastery.
    Fri., Aug. 3, 8pm 
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    Jerry Fest w/ Deadeye

    Landing between Jerry Garcia’s birthday (Aug. 1) and last day (Aug. 9), this Heads assemblage at Deadgill’s pays respects to the man-in-black-sweatpants. Expect Austin’s Deadeye, fronted by Jerry-approximate Joe Faulhaber, to mine Garcia’s solo oeuvre as well. Their “Rubin and Cherise” is exquisite. Guests include White Demin’s James Petralli, South Austin Jug Band’s Will Dupuy, and Hard Proof’s Joe Woullard.
    Fri., Aug. 3, 9pm
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