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    Austin Women in Jazz Festival w/ Pamela Hart, Julie Slim, Glenda Davenport, Lissa Hattersley's Trip Trio (6:00)

    From “Autumn in New York” to Wayne Shorter’s (R.I.P.) “Fall,” the Women in Jazz Association’s cozy evening at the velvet-wrapped Cactus Cafe last weekend set the season. The concert kicked off a big November with the group’s first-ever Austin Women in Jazz Festival, continuing this Saturday at Millennium – including soul-and-R&B-infused Jazz in Pink, singer/saxophonist Grace Kelly, and nonprofit founder Pamela Hart. Tickets start at $40. An ensemble of women players among the org, which has been wrangling local lineups since 1994, precedes at the Elephant Room on Friday for $7 admission.
    Fri., Nov. 17
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    Karl Denson's Tiny Universe, Sir Woman, the Nth Power, JaRon Marshall [garage]

    Saxophonist who performs with the Rolling Stones’ touring band leads his own outfit in a rescheduled show from August. Powerful locals Sir Woman and JaRon Marshall support.
    Fri., Nov. 17, 7:30pm 
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    Ellis Bullard, Lonesome Heroes (album release), Hayden Butler, Lasso (7:00)

    Rich Russell and his band of merry rockers load up LP six, Seasons Change, which cuts more subtly than their usual brand of jangled Americana. Apt to the title, the album turns through thoughts of getting older, life on the road, and wild flashes of revelation. Fifteen years in, Russell’s voice cuts dustier, his heart a little wearier, but his eyes still glow with wonder. Lasso opens with their supernatural psych-country jams, along with Hayden Butler’s cool croon and Ellis Bullard’s Piss-Hot Freightlining Country Music.
    Fri., Nov. 17
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    Creek Show w/ THEBROSFRESH, DJ Shani

    Rechristening Waller Creek anchored by a state-of-the-art, organically integrated concert venue constitutes a Top 10 in Austin music for 2023. From the inaugural Austin Blues Festival back in spring to Nickel Creek’s nü grass takedown last month, Creek shows proved enchanted. Closing out a string of eight FREE events, Waterloo Greenway Conservancy pulls a hat trick. Thursday, cumbia ravers Como Las Movies stage a rhythm shakedown with DJ Ella Ella. Ranking house godmother DJ Shani takes Friday prior to country-soul sibs THEBROSFRESH. Saturday, establishing ATX mixer DJ Rapid Ric and Classic Hip-Hop Live rep the genre’s 50th anniversary.
    Fri., Nov. 17, 7pm. Free & open to public.
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