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for Sat., Nov. 5
  • Samara Joy: 'A Joyful Holiday' Featuring the McClendon Family

    Named Best New Artist at the 2023 Grammy Awards, Samara Joy has already earned legions of fans around the world as the first Gen Z jazz superstar. In this special holiday show, Joy performs with three generations of her family on dreamy, gospel-infused interpretations of Christmas gems 'O Holy Night,' 'Warm in December,' and many more.
    Sun. Dec. 3, 6pm  
    Bass Concert Hall
  • Cantautores ATX 2023

    Come enjoy an soulful night of Latin folk music with Gina Chávez (Austin), Yahir Durán (Mexico), Clara Cantore (Argentina), Javier Jara (Austin) and MC Salcidation (Austin)Tickets are $15 online and $20 in person.
    Sat. Dec. 2, 7:30pm-9:30pm  
    Draylen Mason Studio
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    Mobley, San Gabriel, Caelin

    Narrative: Mobley’s stitching together a macro-pop storyline across time and genre. Make that glitching. 2021’s EP Young & Dying in the Occident Supreme, which just sold out its vinyl press, fell upside down through BLM into an existential storytelling that quantum leaped on October’s sci-fi follow-up. “Digital soul-pop slick and sure,” ventured the Chronicle, “analog at heart, but numeric in precision and pulse. Cry Havoc! beats and blips and bursts like a dissident Prince.” Touring, conceptualizing videos, raising a fam, his homecoming release weekend finally peaks at 3ten with San Gabriel and Caelin, then encores acoustically Sunday afternoon at Waterloo Records. And that’s only 2022 at the wane. Wait and witness what’s in-store (pun intended) next year. Remember, narrative.
    Sat., Nov. 5, 8pm 
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    David Mesquitic Group ft. Diego Rivera

    Saxophonist Diego Rivera, the new Director of Jazz Studies for the Butler School of Music and leader of the UT Jazz Orchestra, wasted no time embedding himself into the local scene – he’s already performed with Christian Wigg and Mike Sailors, among others. Boasting a half-dozen albums and sideperson gigs with the likes of Christian McBride, Kurt Elling, and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Rivera makes his Monks debut as a leader with a stellar quintet including trumpeter Sailors, pianist Ross Margitza, bassist Jeremy George, and drummer Daniel Dufour. Catch him now before he’s buried under Jazz History papers to grade.
    Sat., Nov. 5, 9pm
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    Día de los Muertos w/ Los Skarnales, the Tiarras, BLAS, DJ Tropicana Joe

    Sisterly trio who thrice won the U-18 category of the Austin Music Awards (2015-17) continues their sans “Girls” glow-up as they perform as part of a Día de los Muertos celebration.
    Sat., Nov. 5, 8:30pm 
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    DEN Shindig w/ Jeff Plankenhorn, JaRon Marshall, Annabelle Chairlegs, Superfónicos, Heavy Mellow, Seepeoples, Nether Hour, Deal Breaker, & DJ Manny Mo

    Artists such as Jeff Plankenhorn, JaRon Marshall, and Heavy Mellow will perform at the DEN Foundation’s first annual charitable festivity. Tickets start at a $20 donation.
    Sat., Nov. 5, 2pm
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    Gucci Mane

    The spiritual successor to the Nutty Brown Amphitheatre showcases an expanded commitment to hip-hop in booking the trap music co-founder.
    Sat., Nov. 5, 6pm 
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