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for Thu., April 18
  • 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
  • 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
  • Music

    Texas Community Music Festival Day 7 w/ Kat's porch jam, Thursday Night Jeffersons

    More than a simple weekend fest, this smorgasbord of live ensembles lays out your April calendar with 10 days of free, family-friendly music at one beloved Austin patio: outside the Central Market on North Lamar. Presented by the Austin Civic Wind Ensemble since 2006, this event’s ethos is all in the no-stone-unturned names: Try Armadillo Swing Band, ACC Jazz Ensemble I, Girl Scout Harp Ensemble, Austin Banjo Club, Kat’s Porch Jam, the Skylarks, or Blowcomotion. Friday kicks off the 17th edition with a night of Austin blues under singer-songwriter Woot Talley’s band and the horn-fueled Rhythm Congress. – Rachel Rascoe
    Thu., April 18, 5:45pm. Free.
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    Blank Hellscape, Water Damage (album release), More Eaze, Fire Boys

    Three years after the release of debut album Repeater, experimental droners Water Damage welcome In E to their discography. The supergroup – of Thor Harris of Thor & Friends, George Dishner of Spray Paint, and Mike Kanin of Black Eyes, among many others – melds industrial noise rock with textured distortion. See the three lyricless arrangements of prior Repeater, which offered one 22-minute epic of electric reverberation, sharp accents at every turn, and a rhythmic, static-soaked climatic closer. Electronic rockers Blank Hellscape, experimental multi-instrumentalist and Water Damage member More Eaze, and alternative quartet Fire Boys join the night. – Miranda Garza
    Thu., April 18, 10pm. $10 cover (21+).
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    Amplify Live benefiting I Live Here I Give Here w/ Ben Kweller, Kalu & the Electric Joint, THEBROSFRESH

    Impossibly fraught politically, 2024 recently closed out its first quarter. COVID’s charitable trickle-down finally trickled out. Seventeen years in, Amplify Austin of the “I Live Here I Give Here” tagline helped grow homegrown giving to the tune of $80 million-plus last month. Grunge popster Ben Kweller also gave – at the Austin Music Awards closing out February. Unveiling the first Zev Award in honor of his late son, Dripping Springs’ famed ginger dug a deeper tie to Austin. He headlines singsong electricity alongside Nigerian soul rocker-turned-Austin mainstay Kalu James and long, tall Texan roots crooners THEBROSFRESH. I rock here, I dock here. – Raoul Hernandez
    Thu., April 18, 7pm 
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