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  • 32nd Annual Old Settler's Music Festival

    Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit (acoustic) and Brandi Carlile headline Old Settler’s Music Festival Bring the whole family - enjoy camping, jamming, youth activities, workshops, craft beer, gourmet food, and an art fair. Over 30 bands with Del McCoury, Shinyribs, Hayes Carll, Wild Child, Galactic & more.
    Apr. 11-14  
    Tilmon, TX
  • Sir Doug's Thanksgiving Jam

    Join us for an all-star tribute to SIR DOUG’S 1972 THANKSGIVING JAM! Featuring members of Armadillo All Stars, Deadeye, Greezy Wheels, Silo Road, and special guests.
    Fri., Nov. 23, 7pm-11pm  
    Threadgill's World HQ
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    Alan Parsons Live Project

    “Games People Play” for evah!
    Thu., Oct. 18, 8pm 
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    the Moles, Will Courtney, Quin Galavis, Kay Odyssey

    Launched as a deep left field pop combo by Richard Davies in early Nineties Australia, the Moles have since become a hydra-headed amalgamation of city-based bands, each intent on bringing Davies’ constantly evolving songcraft to full fruition. Super Secret Records ATX all-stars celebrating the Moles new LP Code Word include songmen both buoyant (Will Courtney) and dark (Quin Galavis), plus scintillating indie-psych quartet Kay Odyssey.
    Thu., Oct. 18, 9pm
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    Gregory Alan Isakov, Oh Pep!

    Since his debut indie release in 2003, Gregory Alan Isakov has become a folk powerhouse. Seventh studio album Evening Machines (Dualtone) continues expanding on the South African’s broken-down ballads and thundering orchestral powerhouses. Now a Coloradoan, he crafts a deeply personal connection to his fans. Australian pop duo Oh Pep opens.
    Thu., Oct. 18, 7pm 
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    Buxton, Claire Morales, Altamesa, Lizzie Buckley

    This Houston fivepiece offers gentle psychedelic Americana the night before their fifth overall album release, Stay Out Late, on New West Records. The dreamy roots capture looks back at 15 years as a band, bubbling with melancholy on single “This Place Reminds Me of You.” Stormy Denton songwriter Claire Morales tacks on Seventies folk rock fuzz, while locals Altamesa and Lizzie Buckley open with cosmic Americana and country-influenced acoustics, respectively.
    Thu., Oct. 18, 9pm
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