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for Fri., April 28
  • 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.
  • 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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    Adrian Quesada's Jaguar Sound, Chief Cleopatra, DJ Raquiqui

    Lounging on the rooftop of an Alhambra-esque Airbnb he and his brother-in-law Graham Williams of Resound Presents procured over Christmas break in Mérida, Yucatán, Adrian Quesada revealed plans to sequel Jaguar Sound. Released the previous month, November 2022, the all-instrumental companion to his solo debut Boleros Psicodélicos six months earlier fuses cultures with the same magical realism. Founder guitarist of both Grammy-winning Latin big band Grupo Fantasma and six-string spin-off Brownout, Quesada overlaid his long-running Mayan jaguars obsession with stealthy psych, leonine grooves, and razor-sharp riffs. Previewing its Austin Blues Festival bow the following afternoon, this full–album sneak peak should howl.
    Fri., April 28, 9pm 
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    Mala Nota, Miguel St. Michael, Tambores del Pueblo, Paula Maya & the Bossa Nova Plus Project

    Thank goodness for the Sahara Lounge: Their dedication to importing music from the world outside of Central Texas deserves every accolade thrown at them. For International Jazz Day 2023, the club throws the spotlight on Brazil in all its melodic, danceable glory. Born and trained in Rio (also bossa nova’s birthplace), keyboardist and singer Paula Maya headlines this 3:30pm afternoon show with her band Bossa Nova Plus. She’s joined by fellow expatriates in guitarist Marco Antonio Santos, whose debut album About: Silence comes out in May, singer/songwriter Sander Pinheiro, and San Antonio singer, flautist, DJ, and music professor Katchie Cartwright.
    Fri., April 28, 7pm
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