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for Sun., March 5
  • Honey Made Live at ABGB

    For the best funk and soul from deep in the heart of Texas, come and see Honey Made perform live!
    Sat. Oct. 14, 9pm  
    The Austin Beer Garden Brewing Co.
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    The Unity Show benefiting DAWA Fund, Free Lunch, & the Other Ones Foundation w/ Heartless Bastards, Deezie Brown, Buffalo Hunt, KVN, Goldie Pipes, Gordy Quist, Jonathan Terrell, Grace Rowland & Jesse Dalton

    Prepare for the onslaught of South by Southwest day shows with a locally packed afternoon north of the impending Downtown fray. Cedar Park scene the Haute Spot hosts the Unity Show, benefitting a number of nonprofits (DAWA, Free Lunch, and the Other Ones Foundation) and organized by songwriters Graham Weber and Graham Wilkinson’s “Grahams Give Back” campaign. Holding down the headlining slot for the wildly eclectic lineup, Heartless Bastards tap into A Beautiful Life, empowering and anthemic behind Erika Wennerstrom’s soaring vocals and golden guitar crescendos. Freshly tapped Austin Music Awards winner for Best Hip-Hop/Rap, Deezie Brown rolls out masterpiece 5th Wheel Fairytale and latest Geto Gala single “Champagne Wishes,” while Buffalo Hunt swirls in the art-pop Ambitions of Ambiguity. Supergroup of indie pop KVN unites Primo the Alien, Dossey, and Lady Heartwing into a danceable barrage, and Goldie Pipes belts his own low-down blues and funk from 2020’s The Chocolate Quarters. Country troubadour Jonathan Terrell continues his rise between rockers and ballads, and “Beaumonster” Jesse Dayton revs up his hard-charging guitar scorchers. Songwriters Gordy Quist (Band of Heathens) and Grace Rowland (The Deer) round out with solo turns alongside Wilkinson and Weber.
    Sun., March 5, 3pm
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    Stick Men (ft. members of King Crimson), Dodo

    With King Crimson on ice, Chapman Stick artiste Tony Levin and Austin drummer Pat Mastelotto have plenty of bandwidth to reconvene with touch guitar master Markus Reuter in Stick Men. The (former?) side project released two albums (2021’s Owari, with jazz fusion keyboardist Gary Husband, and 2022’s live album Umeda) of their angular progressive rock, as well as the new EP Tentacles. With the stick and touch guitar having far wider ranges than the usual bass or six-string, expect mind-bending sonics and uniquely virtuosic playing powering Men classics like “Prog Noir,” plus the occasional Crimson tune.
    Sun., March 5, 8:15pm 
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    dvsn, DJ Bad Apple

    Slow jamming R&B duo consisting of singer Daniel Daley and producer Nineteen85, the Toronto tandem is currently signed to Drake’s OVO Sound record label.
    Sun., March 5, 8pm 
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