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  • Austin Cares Concert - Featuring The Doobie Brothers

    Great seats available for the 2024 Austin Cares Concert featuring The Doobie Brothers. Help C4AC support 3 Austin charities: HAAM, Superhero Kids, and Step Onward Foundation. Buy your tickets today or buy them for someone else as a great Christmas gift!
    Sun. Jan. 28, 8pm-10:30pm  
    Moody Center
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    Tauk & Kanika Moore, Blackillac, Dodo [garage]

    NYC-based, rock-fusion instrumental band TAUK casually links with Doom Flamingo’s lead vocalist Kanika Moore at various shows nationwide. Local rap duo Blackillac kicks off proceedings.
    Sat., Nov. 19, 8:30pm 
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    CANCELED: KUTX & Mueller Rock the Park w/ Deezie Brown, Parker Woodland (5:30)

    “Deezie interweaves rich samples and full bands to build tracks into communal outpourings of pure gravitas,” proclaimed the Chronicle in an August cover story on the Bastrop rapper’s latest local galvanization, 5th Wheel Fairytale. Live, the MC makes the perfect hip-hop-troduction for kiddies running wild and free at KUTX’s final fall convergence: wiry, electric, charismatic. To paraphrase C&C Music Factory, everybody bounce now! Singer Erin Walter leads local indie rockers Parker Woodland, beginning at 6:30pm.
    Sat., Nov. 19
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    Ruthie Foster

    Ruthie Foster’s 2020 album Live at the Paramount kicks off with “Brand New Day,” a roaring testament of endurance and love through the darkest struggles. The song’s soulful, gospel-intoned grit rang hopeful in a moment when the world and Austin’s music scene seemed bleakest, and the album earned Foster her fourth Grammy nomination. The Paramount Theatre returns the honor this weekend by dedicating a spot to the songwriter on their “Avenue of Paramount Stars,” only the sixth artist to receive the recognition. Over the past three decades, few voices have blessed Austin with more soul, power, and spirit than Foster. The Texas native and Austin Music Awards Hall of Famer weaves through an eclectic songbook of blues, R&B, jazz, and roots music united by a deep compassion and fierce determination. Her ninth studio album, debuting tomorrow and aptly titled Healing Time, only further deepens that inspiration. Written with her band and with contributions from previous collaborators like Gary Nicholson and Grace Pettis, the new LP delivers salve and salvation with a classic R&B and soul flavor. Healing Time’s big, hook-swinging anthems unleash Foster’s voice at its richest and most poignant. As ever, the artist unfolds a benediction of joyful, truthful, and affirming experience. The public star ceremony starts at 6pm, with the ticketed full-band show to follow.
    Sat., Nov. 19, 8pm 
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    Shaker Hymns, W.C. Clark's 83rd birthday show, Kim Richey, the Fabulous Jacks (3:00)

    “The Godfather of Austin Blues” celebrates his 83rd birthday, which occurred yesterday (Nov. 16).
    Sat., Nov. 19
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    Monaleo, Quin NFN

    Austin’s most-streamed rapper succeeds last weekend – a whirlwind 24-hour blitz that saw him open for DaBaby at Round Rock Amp and Kodak Black at Moody Center on back-to-back nights – by providing support for Houston upstart Monaleo in New Braunfels.
    Sat., Nov. 19, 7pm 
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