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    Sarah Shook & the Disarmers With Garrett T. Capps

    This ain't your uncle's country band. Shook – a self-described vegan, bisexual, atheist, and mom – draws her sound influence from Sex Pistols, Elliott Smith, and Hank Williams. And now, she's bringing her newest album on tour to town.
    Thu., Jan. 24, 7pm-12mid. $12.  
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      Fuego turns up the magic-making with a new year new theme: Future Ancestors – a party, spotlight, and community space for our QPOC communities. Featuring resident DJs Chorizo Funk and p1nkstar, with resident artist Mireydi.
      Thu., Jan. 24, 10pm-1am. $8.  
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      Guerrilla Queer Bar: New Year, New Queers!

      Get back into the happy hour groove with yer fave barflies at GQB! They're taking over and queering up the joint with quties both old and new – and remember, nothing's sexier than bringing some socks, shampoo, or gummy vitamins to donate to SAFE.
      Thu., Jan. 24, 6-10pm  
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      Arts & Culture

      Hedwig and the Angry Inch

      Director Dave Steakley Director Dave Steakley and choreographer Abe Reybold are bringing John Cameron Mitchell's classic to the Austin stage set to the backdrop of Zach’s Goodnight Moon. The show – the 2014 Broadway incarnation as opposed to the 2001 film or the 1998 off-Broadway production – is “sprinkled” with Austin references, says Steakley, and like previous versions uses punk rock as a rebellious response to the White House’s support of “conversion therapy, the rolling back of LGBTQ rights, and attacks on trans-soldiers in the military.” Hedwig, said Steakley, “matches fire with fire.” Steakley promises, this genderqueer rock musical is a “hell of a lot of fun,” and the music performed by Daniel Rowan and Leslie McDonel “truly rocks.
      Wed.-Sat., Jan. 23-March 2, 7:30pm; Sat.-Sun., Jan. 26-March 3, 2:30pm. $30-165.  
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      The Nymble Digitz Ministry

      Kick off yer weekend with some savage beats from Jennifer Phamstar, Popn'Lock, Omak, and DJ Nymble Digitz. Lights, visuals, and one helluva dance party.
      Thu., Jan. 24, 10pm  
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