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Southern Rock Opera
SXSW 02 Music Fest Wrap-up
Music Story  March 22, 2002, by Jay Trachtenberg
"...Big Jack Johnson & Kim WilsonAntone's, Saturday 16 After several days of ear-shattering rock & roll and jarring hip-hop beats, it was an aural palette cleansing of sorts to hear a down-home set by Clarksdale, Miss., singer/guitarist Big Jack Johnson and former Fab T-Bird harmonica ace Kim Wilson. Johnson, affectionately referred to as the Oilman and a longtime member of the Jelly Roll Kings, has been tearing up juke joints in the Delta for decades..."

A Beat Apart
Music Column  February 22, 2002, by Ken Lieck
"...He saw to it that some much-needed pocket money got put in the hands of Texas musicians and songwriters like Billy Joe Shaver. He made it to not only his own 60th birthday, but also to pal Willie Nelson's in 1993, where his surprise appearance and duet with the birthday boy on "Mamas, Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys" at the formerly Drag-bound Antone's was one of the big moments of the evening..."

2001 Kids' Summer Fun Guide
Features Story  May 4, 2001
"...ROCK AND ROLL JAZZ CAMP If you want Austin to continue its reign as Live Music Capital of the World for many generations to come, do your part by sending your kid to the Austin School of Music. Their two-week, performance-oriented camp culminates with a concert at Antone's..."

The Holmes Brothers
Music Review  March 9, 2001, by Christopher Gray
"...But if Satan can appear disguised as a man of peace, why can't the way to salvation lie behind batting bedroom eyes? Gospel albums this sexy probably drive Baptists crazy. (Wednesday, March 14, Antone's, 11pm)..."

Page Two
Smart Growth and other millennial hallucinations ...
Columns  January 7, 2000, by Louis Black
"...I missed Lyle Lovett. I missed Antone's..."

SXSW Music Festival Photo Gallery
News Story  March 25, 1999
"...Beth Orton, Antone's Thursday..."

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Music Story  August 21, 1998
"...Thursday: Gulf Coast Playboys, Nash Hernandez Orchestra, The Mystic Knights, Cornell Hurd, Jazz Vatos, Ponty Bone, Thomas Ramirez, Eliza Gilkyson, Antone's..."

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Music Story  August 7, 1998
"...Saturday: Joe Ely, Antone's..."

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Music Story  April 10, 1998
"...Saturday: Clarence Gatemouth Brown, Antone's; Pam Hart, Elephant Room..."

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Music Story  March 6, 1998
"...Thursday: Tab Benoit, Antone's..."

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Music Story  November 14, 1997
"...Sunday: Guy Forsyth, Antone's..."

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Music Story  October 10, 1997
"...Sunday: Guy Forsyth, Antone's..."

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Music Story  August 22, 1997
"...Monday: Blue Monday Band, Holy Moellers, Keller Bros., Antone's..."

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Music Story  July 18, 1997
"...Wednesday: Roky Erickson's 50th B-day, Antone's..."

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Music Story  June 20, 1997
"...Monday: Toni Price, Leroi Bros., Antone's..."

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Music Story  March 28, 1997
"...Thursday: Gulf Coast Playboys, Antone's; Jack Ingram, La Zona Rosa; Shiner, Dead and Gone, Norman Mayer Group, Emo's..."

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Music Story  March 7, 1997
"...Saturday: Storyville, Lisa Tingle, Stubb's; Toni Price, Bill Carter, Gwil Owen, Antone's..."

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Music Story  October 25, 1996
"...Sunday: Omar & the Howlers, Antone's..."

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Music Story  October 18, 1996
"...Sunday: Tab Benoit, Antone's..."

Record Review
Music Story  September 18, 2014, by Michael Toland
"...Freed from slick production, Clark plays to his many strengths, from the swampy fingerpicking of "Don't Owe You a Thang" and Chuck Berry roll of "Travis County" to the rumbling 12-bars of "Next Door Neighbor Blues." He also pokes and prods his staples, adding a reggae lilt to the grungy "When My Train Pulls In," introing the metalized "Numb" with clean slide, injecting dissonant solos into the warm-bath R&B tunes "Things Are Changin'" and "Please Come Home," and even transmogrifying "Blak and Blu" from electro-pop to six-string soul. As required by Antone's law, Clark pays tribute to the genre's roots with traditional readings of BB King's "Three O'Clock Blues" and Robert Petway's "Catfish Blues," while powering Albert Collins' "If Trouble Was Money" with a squalling lead..."

Good Memories of C-Boy
Postmarks  February 10, 2014
"...Then, when the Rome Inn closed, C-Boy worked a lot at the pizza place on the Drag. We'd close the place down and head to wherever the good show was – Steamboat, the Ritz, Antone's, etc..."

First Listen: Possessed by Paul James
Local folker unleashes ‘Hurricane’
DAILY Music  October 29, 2013, by Kevin Curtin


Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell
Final SXSW Live Shots
Music Story  March 22, 2013, by Dan Oko
"...Emmylou Harris & Rodney CrowellAntone's, March 14..."

Gary Clark Jr.
Zilker Park, Oct. 14
Music Story  October 12, 2012, by Doug Freeman
"...It's a little over two miles from Antone's to Zilker Park; Gary Clark Jr. took the long way around this year..."

Otherworldly Roots
Punch Brothers push acoustic boundaries at ‘ACL’ taping
DAILY Music  May 2, 2012, by Jim Caligiuri
"...For an encore, the youngbloods – also playing tonight at a sold-out Antone's – got down to their roots, dedicated to two recently deceased musical giants. Earl Scruggs' “Ground Speed” was unleashed with aplomb, followed by a rowdy rendition of the Band’s “Ophelia,” fiddle player Gabe Witcher hollering his best Levon Helm as locals shouted and grinned right along...."

Girl in a Coma
Music Review  January 13, 2012, by Kevin Curtin
"...They wanted to see Girl in a Coma. Buzzing with anticipation and $2 beers, the new music venue around the corner from Antone's packed a mix of well-dressed Austinites, swarms of videographers, and lesbian superfans who would've been there at any price, let alone free..."

Critics Poll
Music Story  January 6, 2012
"...Possessed by Paul James, Antone's (Chase Hoffberger)..."

The Oldest and Sadest Joke in Austin
Postmarks  November 11, 2011
"...And now that Ely Properties has finally lowered the boom and ordered everyone out in 30 days, an entire troupe of Austin musicians is going through just such a breakup. Charlie Faye and her group are hoping to save at least a few of the cottages, but just where do you store entire buildings while looking for a permanent spot for them? I'm thinking it's time for a financial angel. So how about it, Richard Garriott? You've spent millions diving to the Titanic and orbiting the Earth, got a few extra bucks to preserve some Austin history, maybe nurture another generation of musicians? Or how about you, John Paul DeJoria, I know you helped keep Antone's afloat..."

Chikita Violenta
Wednesday
Music Review  March 18, 2011, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Live, that won't be a problema. (Wed., Antone's, 8pm; Wed., 1am, Mi Casa Cantina)..."

The Band of Heathens
Thursday
Music Review  March 18, 2011, by Doug Freeman
"...Ed Jurdi, Colin Brooks, and Gordy Quist are all seasoning songwriters, and together they paint a vivid canvas. (Thu., 8pm, Antone's)..."

Abigail Washburn
Thursday
Music Review  March 18, 2011, by Jim Caligiuri
"...Filled with a brand of progressive folk music unlike anything you've ever heard, it crackles, sways, and whines, breaking through barriers we didn't know existed while creating a listening experience that's spellbinding. (Thu., 9pm, Antone's)..."

Quasi
Friday
Music Review  March 19, 2010, by Melanie Haupt
"...Ultimately, this is Weiss' album, with nearly every song showcasing her ability to play the master technician, the muscular soloist, and the mother of all timekeepers. (Fri., 11pm, Antone's.)..."

SXSW Interviews
Danny Barnes: Old Weird America by the slice
Music Story  March 19, 2010
"...Danny Barnes6pm, Antone's (Also: Wed., 12:30am, Beauty Bar/Palm Door)..."

Nelo
Music Review  November 27, 2009, by Doug Freeman
"...In those two years since the local quintet returned from incubation in Athens, Ga., and released its eponymous debut LP, Nelo has honed its sound into a more confident, coherent blend. Yet while principle songwriter Matt Ragland has better accommodated Umstattd's strengths, and the acoustic orientation of these five tunes plays well to the Alpha Rev contingent of the Antone's crowd, TYA still mires in trite 1990s pop-rock that lacks distinctive edge..."

Justin Townes Earle
Thursday
Music Review  March 20, 2009, by Daniel Mee
"...Midnight at the Movies, like 2008's The Good Life, consists largely of old-school country variants rendered with skill and taste, such as "They Killed John Henry," an original folker easy to mistake for a traditional. Earle cleverly uses the almost-hokey comfort of his music to couch lyrics with deep sadness, rescued from desperation only by the resulting irony, such as the faded beauty that "withers away" on the bouncy "Black Eyed Suzy" or the jaunty "Poor Fool" with "no will to live, no will to choose." Earle even suggests a new point of comparison for his fun, smartly composed, yet kind of depressing music by covering the Replacements' "Can't Hardly Wait." (Thu., Antone's, 11pm; Sat., Red Eyed Fly, 12mid.)..."

The Gourds
Texas Platters
Music Review  January 23, 2009, by Doug Freeman
"...The raucous "Six Days on the Road" rip of "Tex-Mex Mile" serenades South Congress' seedy side, but closer "Tighter" encapsulates the joy of fleeting victories, even if "All yer left with's a record and a past kinda checkered." (CD release: Friday, Jan. 30, Antone's.)..."

Tickets Tickets Everywhere...
DAILY Chron Events  July 31, 2008, by Logan Youree
"...A few key gems: -Secret Machines 8/2 at Stubb's -Blind Melon 8/6 at Antone's -Nellie McKay 8/7 at Stubb's..."

After a Fashion
A visit with Van and a send-off for Cyd.
Columns  July 4, 2008, by Stephen MacMillan Moser
"...Afterward, Mr. Cotton and I dropped into the Van Wilks benefit at Antone's..."

City Council Swearing-In Going Down
Shade, Morrison ascend to the dais, host throwdown at Antone's
DAILY News  June 25, 2008, by Wells Dunbar
"...The swearing-in begins at 6pm at city hall, 301 W. Second Street, followed by a reception at Antone's thrown by noobs Morrison and Shade..."

Carolyn Wonderland
Saturday
Music Review  March 14, 2008, by Margaret Moser
"...Cale ("Trouble in the City"), Bruce Robison ("Bad Girl Blues"), and the estimable Terri Hendrix ("I Found the Lions"), Carolyn Wonderland has stepped through the looking glass. (Saturday, March 15, Antone's, 12mid.)..."

Sons & Daughters
Music Review  March 7, 2008, by Marc Savlov
"...Add brilliant garage mess-up "Home in My Head" and the poisoned we've-got-a-fuzzbox-and-we're-gonna-use-it petulance of closer "Goodbye Service" (hello Grinderman!), and you're left with an LP's worth of reasons not to piss off Bethel lest she aim scathing, introverted deconstruction of you on the next Sons & Daughters disc. (Wednesday, March 12, Antone's, 11pm.)..."

The Mayor Wears Prada
Will Wynn continues his sartorial, headline-grabbing excesses.
DAILY News  July 12, 2007, by Wells Dunbar
"...With all the scintillating prose you'll find in print this week, let Chronic direct you to After a Fashion as not to miss this: "A MODEL MAYOR It seems like just yesterday that our mayor, Will Wynn, strutted down the runway at Antone's wearing a silk smoking jacket and pajama pants from our own Made in Heaven collection. Our hunky leader slyly pushed the jacket back to reveal his shoulders, and by the time he made it to the end of the runway, he was completely shirtless, and the audience was a happy, howling mess..."

Antibalas
Music Review  March 16, 2007, by David Lynch
"...With the exception of closer "Age," which, thanks to keelless melodies, should've been lain upon the cutting-room floor, Security delivers more epic, horn-thrusted, and tightly woven songs to launch booty into duty. (Friday, March 16, Antone's, 12mid)..."

The Broken West
Music Review  March 9, 2007, by Melanie Haupt
"...Ultimately, you'll break his heart, and while his love for you may eventually go out "Like a Light," you can rest assured he'll be writing songs about you for a long time. (Wednesday, March 14, Antone's, 12mid)All Showcases Subject to Change..."

Roscoe Beck
Texas platters
Music Review  January 20, 2006, by David Lynch
"...Austin über-bassist Roscoe Beck wears many hats: the low end behind the Dixie Chicks, Eric Johnson, and Robben Ford; co-producer of the platinum 1986 Leonard Cohen tribute Famous Blue Raincoat; the subharmonic groove pushing Antone's Blue Mondays; and string wizard who auditioned to be a Rolling Stone. Beck's friends help on this solo debut, including singers Jacqui and Mike Cross, Omar Dykes, Ruthie Foster, and Malford Milligan; timekeepers Brannen Temple and José Galeaño; James Cotton and Kim Wilson on harmonica; guitarists Ford, Johnson, Derek O'Brien, Mitch Watkins, and David Grissom; and a bunch of quality session players..."

What It Means
News Story  April 15, 2005
"...Somewhere around 201 establishments currently hold "unrestricted" smoking permits that would expire under the new ordinance. Of these, about a third (63) are listed as "live music venues" in the Chronicle listings, including several of the most prominent clubs in town: the 311, Antone's, the Back Room, Beerland, Continental, Elephant Room, Emo's, La Zona Rosa, Hole in the Wall, Lucky Lounge, Saxon Pub, and more...."

Planet Rock
Austin, Texas, SXSW 2005
Music Story  March 25, 2005
"...ANDY LANGER: The Frames, Antone's, Friday, March 18..."

The Golden Republic
Music Review  March 18, 2005, by Darcie Stevens
"...If they keep on having fun like this on and off the record, then the next five minutes hold a lot of success. (Saturday, March 19, 11:30pm @ Antone's)..."

Cinematic Convergence
Oct. 14-21: The 11th annual Austin Film Festival
Screens Story  October 15, 2004
"...7:10 Antone's: Home of the Blues..."

Sheiks of Industry
Part 2 of the Chronicle's look at Austin record labels and their founders.
Music Story  November 21, 2003, by Michael Chamy
"...Welcome to part two of the Chronicle's look at local record labels and the individuals who make them tick. (Check out part one.) As we intimated last week, ours was not a completist endeavor; important, tenacious, and in some cases, long-running local imprints big (TMG/Antone's) and small (Heart Music) have not been profiled..."

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