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  • Sue Foley - One Guitar Woman

    An evening dedicated to the pioneering women of guitar Prepare for a captivating musical journey with "One Guitar Woman", Sue Foley’s new solo acoustic tribute to female pioneers of guitar.
    Sat. June 1, 8pm  
    The 04 Center
  • Monk's Jazz Presents the Kim Prevost & Bill Solley Quintet

    Kim & Bill return to perform with two shows! The quintet will feature the duo joined by drummer Tom Brechtlein, saxophonist Michael Malone, pianist Darrell Lavigne, bassist Chad Wesselkamper. The group are bringing jazz & improvisation to the stage. Get ready for some next level jazz & soul.
    Fri. May 31, 8pm & 10pm  
    Monks Jazz Club
  • Kady Rain's Pride Celebration

    Kady Rain is hosting her Pride Celebration event featuring live music performances by P1nkstar, Kady Rain, Boy Sim, Kisos, and Paxton Smith, drag performances, vendors, costume contest and more! This project has been financed in whole or in part by the City of Austin’s Live Music Fund Event Program.
    Sat. June 1  
    The Coral Snake
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    Soap Creek Saloon Reunion w/ Ray Benson & Friends, Uranium Savages, TG BAD, Jon Muq & McKenna Michels

    “If the Armadillo World Headquarters was the heart of Austin’s music community in the early Seventies, Soap Creek Saloon was its soul,” wrote Margaret Moser in the Chronicle in 2001. The notorious Southwest Austin dive hosted many a raucous night, and the Austin Museum of Popular Culture revives those vibes to honor its 50th anniversary. Tender-voiced Austin-via-Uganda songwriter Jon Muq opens, joined by McKenna Michels. TG BAD kicks guitar fury behind icons John X Reed and Speedy Sparks with special guest Shawn Sahm, who grew up across from the original bar. The Uranium Savages unleash vintage mayhem and Ray Benson shuts it down with a gathering of friends.
    Sun., Aug. 27, 2pm. $35 cover. 
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