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Jazz Great John Scofield Endures
Guitarist and Miles Davis alum puts on a clinic Friday at Mohawk
DAILY Music  October 3, 2018, by Michael Toland

Live Music Recommendations for the Weekend
Weary from the first week of school? Live music to the rescue!
DAILY Music  August 31, 2018, by The Music Staff
"...Antone's Nightclub Fri-Sat., August 31-September 1, 8pm..."

Recommended Live Music for the Weekend
August rolls in with a fresh batch of tunes to keep you busy this weekend
DAILY Music  August 3, 2018, by The Music Staff
"...Antone's Nightclub Fri. & Sat., August 3 & 4, 9pm..."

Gay Place
LoveBalm: an event to soothe and celebrate Austin's queer community
Columns  March 29, 2018, by Sarah Marloff
"...Thu., April 5, 7pm. Antone's Nightclub, 305 E..."

Gimme Shelter: A Song for Margaret Moser
A stoned soul picnic of Rolling Stones for Wattser
DAILY Music  September 1, 2017, by Raoul Hernandez

Live Music to See This Weekend
Your cheat sheet for three days of fun
DAILY Music  July 28, 2017, by The Music Staff
"...Antone's Nightclub Sun., July 30, 2pm..."

Texas Burlesque Festival Does the Whole Shebang!
Bumpin' and grindin' into the Paramount for 10th anniversary
DAILY Arts  April 6, 2017, by Richard Whittaker
"...It's been a long decade for the festival, which at its start was split between Antone's and the Parish. The next year began a two-year stint at the old Emo's on Sixth Street ("with the stairs of death to get to the dressing room," recalls Lectric), followed by another two years at the North Door, before a four-year run at the Marchesa..."

Sold-out awards show shucks off TV tropes and triumphs
DAILY Music  October 13, 2016, by Raoul Hernandez

10 Minutes with Barrence Whitfield
Screamer/collector acknowledges Bowie but what of Otis Clay?
DAILY Music  January 20, 2016, by Jim Caligiuri

Tellers Debuts Downtown on Friday
Motivational speaking realtor is Austin’s newest club owner
DAILY Music  September 29, 2015, by Kevin Curtin

Break Into the Future
It's a new day for chamber music, as the Austin Chamber Music Festival shows
Arts Story  July 2, 2015, by Robert Faires
"...Austin Chamber Music Center Artistic Director Michelle Schumann gets that, and she's made a point of programming more groups like Break of Reality in the center's annual festival. For instance, this year sees the return of Time for Three, another unorthodox combo (two violins and a double bass) of old music-school chums (Curtis Institute) with a penchant for mixing the old and new – say, jumping from Rachmaninoff to "Danny Boy" or mashing up Stravinsky's Firebird Suite and Katy Perry's "Firework." Their 2013 debut at Antone's was such a hit that Schumann was eager to book them again..."

Housecore Horror Preview: Phil Anselmo
Pantera screamer dishes on horror, Danzig, and Superjoint
DAILY Music  October 24, 2014, by Kevin Curtin

Sonobeat Records
Late-Sixties local label Sonobeat – the missing link between the Vulcan Gas Company and Stubb's?
Music Story  February 7, 2014, by Margaret Moser
"...Author Ricky Stein signs copies of his book in-store at Antone's Records Sunday, Feb. 9, 3pm, with an accompanying performacnce by the Sweetarts..."

Playback: Heaven and Hell and Scott H. Biram
Scott H. Biram gets bloody, UT gets KUT's music library, and Macaulay Culkin pisses me off
Music Column  January 31, 2014, by Kevin Curtin
"...› Gary Clark Jr. snagged the Best Traditional R&B Performance Grammy for "Please Come Home" and thanked local blues guitar fixture and Antone's Records co-owner Eve Monsees..."

Playback: Priced Out?
Soon, Austin’s golden geese – musicians – will be priced out of the live music capital
Music Column  November 1, 2013, by Kevin Curtin
"...› Housecore Horror Fest triumphed in its first year with good attendance and great performances at Emo's and Antone's. Organizer Phil Anselmo was a man of the people, walking through the crowds with a red solo cup in hand, posing for pictures with fans, talking football with anyone who liked the Saints, and cheering on the bands..."

Blues ain't just Greek to Johnny Nicholas
Music Story  July 20, 2012, by Margaret Moser
"...There's a lot of Stevie Ray Vaughan wannabes who stole those licks without acknowledging where he got them. Stevie had the advantage of being around the real cats, sitting on the edge of the stage at Antone's like we all did, watching Albert [King] and Hubert [Sumlin]...."

2012 Austin Chamber Music Festival
Michelle Schumann's cause for excitement
Arts Story  June 29, 2012, by Robert Faires
"...Of course, it was Artistic Director Schumann who created this chance of a lifetime for pianist Schumann – just one of the perks of programming your own festival. She set the Schumann-Stoltzman pairing to put the exclamation point on the first weekend of the 2012 Austin Chamber Music Festival, which kicks off Friday, June 29, with the return of badass jazz trio the Bad Plus, playing Antone's..."

Get Real. Get Right. Get Savage: The Return of Barrence Whitfield
Whitfield rekindles his local love affair
DAILY Music  June 27, 2012, by Kevin Curtin
"...I hung out with some guys from the band Shakin' Apostles. It was great playing Antone's and meeting Clifford..."

Press Forward
Two exhibitions capture printmaking's experimental drive
Arts Story  January 14, 2011, by Robert Faires
"...And a concert featuring printmakers/musicians Bob Schneider and Terry Allen together on stage for the first time will be held Saturday, Jan. 29, 8pm, at Antone's..."

Can This District Be Saved?
The revival of the Warehouse District is rooted in Austin's history – and its popularity is also its peril
News Story  September 11, 2009, by Katherine Gregor
"...The 1928 Purity Feed warehouse, for example, was for many years Ruta Maya and today is Halcyon – feeding urbanites lattes and panini. The energetic Antone's nightclub resides in a 1919 Exide Battery building; next door, the Lucky Lounge building began life in 1920 as the Star Supply Company..."

All Directions Home
Scot's East-West vs. Celt's North-South
Music Story  February 22, 2008, by Margaret Moser
"...Sons & Daughters, Glasgow,, Wednesday, 11pm, Antone's..."

Taking Austin for a 'Spin'
TCBlog make the Austin rounds in the new Spin.
DAILY News  April 25, 2007, by Christopher Gray
"...One of Austin scenesters' favorite gripes is how we don't get enough national recognition and that for as much coverage local bands get from the coasts, Antone's might as well be in Dallas and Emo's in Waco. (OK, maybe it's not that bad.) But judging by the May 2007 Spin magazine, which hit newsstands this week, we're going to have to find some other complaint..."

Spotlight: Ike Turner
Ike Turner is about to be 70 and still a mack.
Music Story  March 16, 2001, by Margaret Moser

It Takes a Village
Horn orchestra La Tribu blows it DiY style.
Music Story  March 2, 2001, by David Lynch
"...Somehow, they get together, members of the Groove Line Horns, Blue Construct, Mingo Fishtrap, Lonelyland, Son y No Son, the Scabs, Son Yuma, and Ta Mere performing as La Tribu each Wednesday evening at the venerable (mostly) blues club Antone's...."

Organ Great James Polk Works Wonders Outside the Limelight
We speak with Austin’s esteemed multi-instrumentalist and former arranger for Ray Charles
Music Story  January 17, 2019, by Kahron Spearman
"..."I had to decide whether I was going to take myself seriously, because although I was certainly being watched and heard, I knew the standards [at black venues] were high to be an entertainer," says the singer, forever synonymous with Antone's...."

Playback: Waterloo Music Festival vs. Eastside Kings Festival
Austin music’s fall festival opens with a double-barrel bang
Music Column  September 6, 2018, by Kevin Curtin
"...Eddie Stout's sixth-year fest spotlights the genre's living progenitors and potent perpetrators as backed by A-list combos, including local slingers Jay Moeller, Steve Fulton, and rarely sighted master Bill Campbell. $10 per day wristbands available at Antone's Records, with C-Boy's Heart & Soul shows requiring separate entry fees..."

Playback: Start the Presses – Gold Rush Vinyl
Austin’s first major record press opens, and more music news
Music Column  April 19, 2018, by Kevin Curtin
"...Nevertheless, I embrace the major influx of capital it brings Austin's record retailers. Local participants in the 10th annual RSD are Antone's Record Shop, Breakaway, End of an Ear, Exploded Records at Juiceland, Piranha, Waterloo, and Groovers' Paradise..."

Live Music Recommendations: April 13-19
Texas Independence Fest grinds, Ibeyi smooths it out, and more
DAILY Music  April 12, 2018, by The Music Staff

Betty Harris Understands
Soul singer finally gets her due
DAILY Music  March 29, 2018, by Thomas Fawcett

Playback – Dead Man Walking: Jimmy LaFave
As terminal cancer ticks down Jimmy LaFave’s life, he says the show must go on
Music Column  April 20, 2017, by Kevin Curtin
"...Record Store Day, this Saturday, represents the biggest business day of the year for participating shops. Waterloo Records, End of an Ear, Antone's Records, Encore Records, Breakaway Records, Groovers' Paradise, Exploded Records, and Piranha Records will all carry RSD Exclusive titles, but don't forget about non-participating locals Big Henry's, Sound Gallery, Whetstone Audio, and Mindzai, who all shape our vibrant vinyl landscape..."

Playback: Black Friday? End of an Ear!
End of an Ear's new digs thrive just in time for Black Friday
Music Column  November 23, 2016, by Kevin Curtin
"...Grizzly Hall, the East Riverside venue that looks like a heavy metal hunting lodge, has changed hands. The 500-plus capacity room, which in recent years has housed Beauty Ballroom, Antone's, and Midway Field House, will now be operated by longtime Dirty Dog Bar GM Ben Davis and booker Anthony Stevenson, whose Come and Take It Productions has slotted metal into the Sixth Street mainstay as well the annual Texas Independence and Texas Revolution fests...."

The Bo-Keys’ Memphis Soul
“The collision of gospel, blues, jazz, country”
DAILY Music  April 28, 2016, by Thomas Fawcett

Housecore Horror Live Shot No.4 – Grand Finale
Goblins spook life into a long last day of extremes
DAILY Music  October 28, 2013, by Raoul Hernandez

More Gore From Housecore Horror
New film fest adds more classics plus a locally lensed premiere
DAILY Screens  September 5, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...Housecore Horror Film Festival runs Oct. 24-27 at the Emo's/Antone's complex..."

The Priests of Syrinx
What’s in a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame anyway?
DAILY Music  May 17, 2013, by Raoul Hernandez

God Loves Ya When You Dance
Texan outlaw Billy Joe Shaver, straight shooter
Music Story  August 17, 2012, by Doug Freeman
"...The first weekend in August, Billy Joe Shaver ascends the stairs to Antone's stage uneasily. He's recently had his knee replaced and surgery on his shoulder..."

Fertile Ground for Foodies
Austin's artisanal food makers bring home the bacon, perhaps
Food Story  June 3, 2011, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Famous local musicians got their starts in a series of legendary music clubs: Kenneth Thread­gill's roadhouse, the Skyline, the Victory Grill, Duke's Royal Coach Inn, the Armadillo World Headquarters, Castle Creek, Antone's, the One Knite, Soap Creek Saloon, the Contin­ent­al Club, Liberty Lunch, the Cactus Cafe. Now replace those club names with homegrown natural foods behemoth Whole Foods Market and H-E-B's specialty food retailer Central Market as food product incubators and the parallels begin to emerge..."

Loaded Dice
Less is no longer more to Iron & Wine's Sam Beam
Music Story  January 28, 2011, by Austin Powell
"...Sam Beam's signature belongs on the rustic wooden walls of Ruby's BBQ, somewhere between the washed-out Antone's concert posters and a Flaming Lips illustration. The Guadalupe watering hole has become a favorite of the Iron & Wine dignitary, who moved to the Texas Hill Country in 2005 and goes seemingly unrecognized here as two plates of brisket sandwiches and collard greens arrive on the outside porch...."

Psychotic Reaction
Golden Boys ringleader John Wesley Coleman indulges his compulsion
Music Story  November 12, 2010, by Audra Schroeder
"...We've just left the pizza place where Coleman has worked since it opened and arrive down the street at Antone's Records, looking for Gary Stewart albums. He's been listening to the late Kentucky oracle a lot lately..."

The 1821 Club
Tuning in to the future of Austin's music scene today
Music Story  July 10, 2009, by Margaret Moser
"...And like teen scene kings the Fireants, currently with the Nancy Fly Agency, Edison Chair discovered that having a go-get-'em agent solved many booking woes. Rajiworld's Roggie Baer, who promotes Jovita's Sunday afternoon series ALTWorld, signed the trio to her stable of stars, booking the group into prestigious venues such as the Belmont and Antone's..."

Black Belt of the Rodeo
Paula Nelson will kick your ass
Music Story  October 10, 2008, by Margaret Moser
"...Like many recovering addicts, she became a counselor, thriving in balmy Southern California. A visit to Austin changed her direction, thanks to Clifford Antone's encouragement...."

Red, White, and Reckless
Reckless Kelly's all-American bloodletting
Music Story  July 4, 2008, by Doug Freeman
"...The guitars rumble like a diesel engine. The packed Antone's crowd roars in return as Reckless Kelly launches into its new, Woody Guthrie-inspired single, "Ragged as the Road." Bottles jut into the air, held aloft equally by college kids and graying fans who have followed the band since its Wednesday happy hours at Stubb's...."

Sister Bobbie
'Sister Bobbie' puts the 'Family' in Willie Nelson and Family
Music Story  January 18, 2008, by Doug Freeman
"...A curtain of white Christmas lights foregrounds the stage at Antone's, cascading against the black sheen of the grand piano set on the floor. Bobbie Nelson seats herself at the keyboard with tender elegance, a quiet "thank you" almost imperceptible without a vocal mic..."

Band on the Run
ACL's battle of the bands, the Sound and the Jury, represents another new paradigm of indie music exposure in the post-label era of the music industry
Music Story  September 14, 2007, by Doug Freeman
"...The Sound and the Jury competition culminated with all five acts playing Antone's Wednesday night, Sept. 12 – just as the Chronicle went to press...."

Developing Stories: Where Are They Now?
The latest on this year's big digs
News Story  December 29, 2006, by Katherine Gregor
"...It indicates that the developer is not really negotiating in good faith." A group organized to protect Town Lake waterfront land, Save Town Lake, is holding a Jan. 6 benefit concert at Antone's featuring the Flatlanders and Jimmy LaFave; for updates and tickets, visit Big Box Ordinance: Not Yet Sealed Up..."

Zombie Heaven
Two former Zombies, back from the dead
Music Story  February 20, 2004, by Raoul Hernandez
"...I mean, I'm eternally grateful that it's worked out this way, but I don't understand it at all. Rod Argent and Colin Blunstone play Antone's Sunday, Feb..."

The Hills Are Alive
The Hill Country is teaming with Austin songwriters.
Music Story  May 9, 2003, by Margaret Moser
"...Most Austin acts that roam the Hill Country can be heard at local clubs such as Ginny's, Threadgill's, Jovita's, and Hill's Cafe, as well as the Continental Club, Antone's, the Saxon Pub, Stubb's, and the Broken Spoke. The competition for gigs at name venues is enormous, but given a choice between the headline slot out of town for a thoroughly appreciative audience that will buy CDs and being second on a bill of four in Austin, most choose the former...."

Here Comes a Regular
The dark world-view of Jeff Klein
Music Story  March 2, 2001, by Jim Caligiuri
"...To many, Klein is a newcomer to the Austin music scene who just released his powerful local debut, You'll Never Get to Heaven if You Break My Heart, on local indie label India Records. And yet, he's been living in Austin for three years now, and has appeared at such venues as the Cactus Cafe, Ruta Maya Coffeehouse, Flipnotics, and even opened shows for Bob Schneider at Antone's, when Lonelyland was a band...."

CSC: It's a Good Thing
Columns  April 1, 1999
"...Your editorial asserts that Austin is "losing Liberty Lunch." In fact, music lovers will continue to enjoy Liberty Lunch, but in a new location. Just as other famous Austin clubs and music venues such as Antone's and the Cedar Door have had different locations, incarnations, and owners, Liberty Lunch will change but not disappear..."

Patroling the CMT Highway
Junior Brown's Success on Country Music Television
Music Story  November 17, 1995
"...And even if you do get your video played on CMT, it doesn't guarantee anything. Christie Warren of the Austin-based Antone's/dos label says Stephen Bruton's "Blue Bonnet Blue" was played on Jammin' Country between six and 12 times, yet the label saw no direct results on record sales..."

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