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    Terry Allen & the Panhandle Mystery Band

    “I’ve always been interested in the stuff you don’t see in a person, the other side of something, of an idea or an object or a motion,” Terry Allen told the Chronicle in 2020 with the release of Just Like Moby Dick, and this year’s annual Paramount shindig follows that unique lens. Under the theme of “Greatest Missed Hits,” the iconoclastic Panhandle artist, songwriter, and storyteller wrangles his all-star band to delve into his half-century career of small-town tall tales, Lone Star ramblers, and sociopolitical revelations laced with Allen’s curious literary insight and poetic Southwest wit.– Doug Freeman
    Fri., Feb. 2, 8pm 
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    Lord Friday the 13th, NSFWHO?, Party Van

    Fresh off of their two-month European stint, Lord Friday the 13th represents the second coming of glam rock divinity. Fronted by siblings Sloane and Felix Lenz, the duo resurrects the glitter-driven theatrics of Bowie and the unabridged, strident sound of New York Dolls. Treading on the first anniversary of breakneck EP Disaster Piece’s snarling melodies, the band’s modern punk flair balances earsplitting riffs (“Sleeping Cutie”) and ever-revolving rhythms (“Big Biznezz”). The terror twins will be joined by NSFWHO and Party Van. Expect a triad of static electricity and head-banging frenzy.– Miranda Garza
    Fri., Feb. 2, 8pm 
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