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for Sat., Jan. 14
  • Joe Bonamassa Live in Concert

    Joe Bonamassa is one of today's top live performers. His enthusiastic shows are one of the biggest parts of his career, and a favorite for music lovers worldwide. Hailed internationally as one of the greatest guitar players of his generation and cited by Guitar World Magazine as “the world's biggest blues guitarist,” he has single-handedly redefined the blues-rock genre.
    Sun. Oct. 29, 8pm  
    ACL Live at the Moody Theater
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    Feels So Good Discotheque w/ DJs Just Jim, Total Request Crew, Christy Ray, Orya, & Lizzie Aguirre

    Starting on Saturday at midnight with a scheduled run time of six hours into Sunday morning, the expanding music venue’s dance party receives coordination from DJs such as Just Jim and Total Request Crew.
    Sat., Jan. 14, 11:59pm 
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    Alejandro Escovedo & the Rant Band

    Last summer, Austin’s prestige rock & roll bard Alejandro Escovedo joined similarly minded icon/influence Ian Hunter’s own Rant Band for a set of their leader’s classics on his birthday at NYC’s City Winery. This Saturday, the Rant Band joins Escovedo down here on his birthday for a similar set. The evening promises a complete run-through of Hunter’s old band Mott the Hoople’s most definitive LP, 1973’s Mott, featuring such timeless glam stompers as “All the Way From Memphis.”
    Sat., Jan. 14, 8pm 
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    WesFest w/ Sentimental Family Band, Mayeux & Broussard, Kathryn Legendre, Hobby Rancher, Brody Price, Juliet McConkey, Robert Ellis, Ben Ballinger

    Honoring Weston Busing, who passed away in 2020, the second annual WesFest rosters songwriters to benefit the LoveWeston scholarship fund at UT-Austin, in support of students battling cancer. Self-styled Texas Piano Man Robert Ellis headlines, slinging his mix of wry and poignant ballads, and is joined by Brody Price, the first artist on Ellis’ Niles City Records imprint with the intoxicatingly versatile new LP, Win a Trip to Palm Springs! Juliet McConkey stills with her powerful, personal songwriting behind debut Disappearing Girl, while Mayeux & Broussard stew the guitar-ripping Southern gumbo of last year’s Cosmo Oil Co. The day rounds out with the hard honky-tonk of Kathryn Legendre, James Steinle’s new country-rocking outfit Hobby Rancher, and Ben Ballinger’s subtle blue-collar sophistication.
    Sat., Jan. 14, 5pm
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