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for Fri., Feb. 9
  • 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
  • Concerts in the Dark

    Concerts in the Dark presents Dark Side of the Moon, Beatles Full Moon, and Norwegian Classical Guitarist Christina Sandsengen.
    May 19, 23, 25  
    ATX Unplugged
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    Lydia Loveless, Jason Hawk Harris

    Lydia Loveless’ sixth LP, Nothing’s Gonna Stand in My Way Again, reset behind its anthemic title. The 2023 album saw the songwriter return home to Ohio and confront a barrage of insecurity. The result casts Loveless’ hook-heavy roots rock in a more reflective light – no less biting but turned inward to confess vulnerabilities and embrace ambiguity. Labelmate on resurrected Bloodshot Records, Jason Hawk Harris, opens both nights with his own expansive vision of Americana from last year’s tortured reckoning with loss, the remarkable Thin Places. – Doug Freeman
    Fri., Feb. 9, 10pm. $28 via PayPal (21+). 
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    Frederico7 y los Primes

    “This project has been financed in whole or in part by the City of Austin’s Live Music Fund Event Program.” Decades later, our forever-booming state capital and the so-called live music capital finally fuse together to birth interdisciplinary collaborations such as this beaut: Brazilian ATX vet Frederico Geib, his South American roots-pop combo, and local dance institution Andrea Ariel. Reviving the group’s 2019 project Exótico Americano, Downtown’s exclusive sound speakeasy hosts Frederico7 y Los Primes being remixed live by 30-year boundary-breaker Ariel as she live composes an improvisational technique called Soundpainting, which employs “1,500 gestures to spontaneously guide, shape and remix material in real time.” – Raoul Hernandez
    Fri., Feb. 9, 8pm 
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