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  • 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
  • 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
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    Montopolis performs Enchanted Rock

    Forget the sounds of whining overheated children on a quintessentially Texan family hiking trip. Rather, Austin indie ensemble Montopolis interpreted the pink granite climb into beautiful orchestral movements on 2017 project Music for Enchanted Rock. At the time, composer Justin Sherburn (Okkervil River) told the Chronicle: “It became a meditation on context, thinking about our day-to-day on a much grander scale.” This live reprise includes Rip Shaub’s landscape photography and Amy Bluemel’s Chickasaw storytelling. With the performance included in the price of museum admission, the Bullock’s Third Thursday series also offers extended gallery access and a drop-in art station. – Rachel Rascoe
    Thu., Feb. 15, 6pm. Ticket comes w/ admission to the museum as a whole. 
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    Cherubs, the Grasshopper Lies Heavy, Suckling

    As ATX adjusts to its size and national status – international cred secured long ago by SXSW – its cultural history suddenly churns into visions of tomorrow. Cherubs remain a living, seething, bouncing bridge between pioneering local post-punks of the Eighties (Scratch Acid and Butthole Surfers) and their contemporary spawn. Last year’s Brutal Panda reissues for Icing and Heroin Man completed a Cherubs through line to the melodic noiseniks’ resurgence starting in 2015 on 2 Ynfynyty and Immaculada High four years later. Thursday, the trio headlines with support by the Grasshopper Lies Heavy and Suckling. Friday, they warm up pandemic-born post-punks Porcelain, who christen an eponymous debut LP, with alexalone opening. – Raoul Hernandez
    Thu., Feb. 15, 10pm. $15 cover (21+).
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    Croy & the Boys, Ellis Bullard (album release), Nick Garza's Get Along

    Like a longneck passed between Waylon Jennings and Dale Watson, Ellis Bullard’s vintage honky-tonk chugs to keep a dance floor spinning ’til the boot heels wear off. The local’s low-barreled twang tore up aptly titled 2022 debut Piss-Hot Freightlining Country Music, and new album Honky Tonk Ain’t Noise Pollution keeps pace behind the ripping title track, even as Bullard’s croon cuts more mellow across 10 tracks. The release show recruits Croy & the Boys’ sharp social wit and Nick Garza’s Get Along’s easy-kicking Tex-Mex mix. – Doug Freeman
    Thu., Feb. 15, 8pm. $10 cover.
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