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  • 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 Gay: a Pride celebration hosted by Brigitte Bandit w/ Sudie, Middle Sattre, Alex y los Cósmicos, the Get Lows

    A “mad scientist when it comes to creating their sound” according to their Spotify bio, Sudie queers up their niche of illusory trap pop with ardent songs about Neptunic heartbreak. The electronic R&B shapeshifter from the Big Peach channels sapphic vibes on their record Better Off Alone, the swan song of an intense queer relationship. In a genre 180, the night features experimental folk group Middle Sattre, an amorphous blob of a band continually collecting more members to add to their rich, rustic sound. Congressional queen Brigitte Bandit will host, a true soldier for LGBTQIA rights with the fighting spirit that allows for us to have these prideful events in the first place.
    Sat., June 17, 5pm. Free (all ages)!.
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    The year is 2011. After stumbling across the UKF Dubstep YouTube page thanks in part to watching FIFA 11 goal compilations, hearing the “this is a UKF exclusive” excites me similarly to a producer tag in rap. One day, the same band responsible for that year’s “Feel Good” releases a song apt for any gamer’s playlist. “The sunlight hurts my eyes,” Josh Friend belts repeatedly on “Sunlight.” He now tours in 2023 as the sole member of Modestep.
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