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  • 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
  • Songwriters Series: The Staehely Brothers

    Austin natives and formerly of the band Spirit, the Staehely Brothers' rich musical history dates back to the classic Seventies era of rock & roll.
    Sat. Jan. 19th, 8pm  
    Threadgill's North
  • Music

    Courtney Marie Andrews, Thomas Csorba, Jordan Moser

    Only 27, Courtney Marie Andrews already boasts six albums. Fast follow-up to 2016 breakout Honest Life, March’s sophomore Fat Possum release May Your Kindness Remain sears compassionate narratives into quiet revelations behind Andrews’ patient, powerful vocals.: “I probably would have been dead if I were famous at 19,” the Arizona native laughs of her slow climb to success. “I’m so meant to be doing this after some years of maturing. I was naive on lots of levels, as you are. I had a bad label deal as a teenager, and it scared me away from signing. I had it in my head that the only way I wanted to do it was DIY.: “Honest Life was the first record I was proud of on all levels and finally felt it was time for me to trust people with my music. It’s humbling to pay your dues and know that you did that – that you sacrificed your sanity a little and did some crazy shit to get where you are.: “I’m grateful I did that.”: Andrews’ Seventies-styled folk rock doesn’t fit easily into current Americana or pop trends, recalling Brandi Carlile in the empathic balance between strength and vulnerability.: “As I’ve gotten older, I feel like I’ve stretched myself and want to write other people’s stories and let that come out. But I’m always about a feeling, and if it feels forced, it’s not right. At the end of the day, I’m a very intuitive writer and go for what feels right.”
    Thu., Sept. 6, 9pm  
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