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for Sun., Sept. 16
  • DeadEye

    Austin's Grateful Dead tribute! Founded in 2010 by Joe Faulhaber and Shadd Scott, DeadEye celebrates the entire catalog and shares their energy and passion on a regular basis.
    Fri., Sept. 28, 9pm  
    Threadgill's World HQ
  • Music

    Shonen Knife, Ringo Deathstarr

    Japanese pop-punk legacy Shonen Knife has been going strong since 1981, back when an all-female New Wave group was an anomaly in the rising J-pop scene. Combining a Ramones aesthetic with earworm hooks, the Osaka rockers inspired Kurt Cobain, who won over sole consistent member Naoko Yamano by making her a jammy sammy when asking them to go on tour. Yamano, 57, wrote most of latest album Adventure and begs the question, why grow up?
    Sun., Sept. 16, 8pm
  • Music

    Tuck & Patti

    Sun., Sept. 16, 7pm
  • Music

    Kolars, Calliope Musicals, Pope Coke

    Desert disco with a country twang begins to describe Kolars. Donning glitzy outfits, drummer Lauren Brown trades kicks and clacks as she tap dances on a homemade bass drum turned on its side and plays the rest of the stand-up kit with her arms. All the while, husband Rob Kolar adds fuzz-muzzled Western melodies over glam rock rhythms. Think goth’s answer to Matt & Kim. Calliope Musicals open.
    Sun., Sept. 16, 8pm
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