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10 'Austin Music Minute' Bands Laurie Gallardo Loves
Music Story  June 28, 2013, by Laurie Gallardo

Radio On
'Austin Music Minute' maven Laurie Gallardo takes her time on KUTX
Music Story  June 28, 2013, by Margaret Moser
"...Most recently, it bravely – and some feel rashly – spun off its music half into KUTX 98.9FM, leaving the news and talk shows on the long-held KUT 90.5FM. KUTX also took a chance in bringing to the fore voices being groomed on KUT: Programming Director Matt Reilly, and hosts Rick McNulty, David Brown, and Laurie Gallardo..."

The Good Psych Music Club
Austin Psych Fest teams with local videographers tonight!
DAILY Music  April 19, 2013, by Kevin Curtin
"...The Good Music Club, a web series bringing Austin acts to the world though live videos, partners with Austin Psych Fest tonight at the Scottish Rite. TGMC partner and KUTX deejay Laurie Gallardo chose Kay Leotard, Obscured by Echoes, and the Wolf as a stylistic preview of next week’s fest...."

The 2016/17 Austin Music Awards
PHOTO GALLERY  March 13, 2017
"...AMA emcees Rick McNulty and Laurie Gallardo of KUTX..."

'Good Day Austin' anchor Joe Bickett says adios, the Scottish Rite Theater, Good Music Club, and Spider House say hello again, and Emo's owner Frank Hendrix goes cable
Music Column  May 25, 2012, by Kevin Curtin
"...The local video series, segmented weekly on our Earache! Music blog, features Austin acts performing at the ND at 501 Studios. Hosted by KUT's Laurie Gallardo, in partnership with English concert veteran Richard Whymark and French director Roman Aujon, the series has wrangled some of this town's most notable indie talent in its five-month existence..."

Dancing in the Dark
Texas noir Two Step cuts a bloody rug
Screens Story  August 27, 2015, by Caitlin Moore
"...Thanks to a smooth shoot, excellent crew, and a city filled with places and people happy to participate (Jesse Dayton, Laurie Gallardo, and Dale Watson included), Johnson is satisfied with how his first feature turned out and confident in his career shift. "This is absolutely what I want to be doing with my life professionally," he says...."

The Grind
'The Grind,' a new workplace satire by local playwright Timothy Thomas, reveals what happens when a company Everyguy gets caught in interoffice intrigues
Arts Review  August 26, 2005, by Robert Faires
"...In this case, the victim isn't exactly a saint, just an average corporate grunt, an Everyguy putting in the hours and picking up the paycheck. As played by Andy Smith, Silas has a low-key, nondescript air about him that leaves him unmemorable – the kind of guy you'd nudge someone at the copier about and ask, "What's his name again?" That works well enough for him when he lands in the web of the spidery trio from the board – Miriam Yucht Rubin, Laurie Gallardo, and Mariana G..."

Playback: Austin Week in Angers, France
Kevin Curtin runs into more than a handful of musical Austinites on the other side of the globe
Music Column  September 22, 2016, by Kevin Curtin
"...While the conference's other media representative, KUTX minute-woman Laurie Gallardo, broadcast daily on noncommercial French frequency Radio G 101.5FM, "Playback" put heads together with the hardworking staff of local alt-monthly Angers Mag and sat on a well-attended music panel with Maas and booker/marketing-wiz Samantha Phelps, who organizes the stateside conference Angers Week, about Austin's music scene...."

The Good Music Club: White Dress
Introducing frontwoman Arum Rae
DAILY Music  July 12, 2012, by Raoul Hernandez
"...KUT's "Music Minute" mistress Laurie Gallardo continues as one of Austin's best talent scouts. Spotlighted this week through Gallardo and company's Good Music Club, three live clips from local quartet White Dress will represent a first look at the band for many Austin scenesters..."

TCB: Thursday
SXSW Music News and Carryings On
Music Story  March 16, 2007, by Christopher Gray
"...A complete samba troupe – from where else, Austin Samba School – and capoeira dancers in the middle of City Hall on Wednesday morning means it must be SXSW, making TCB grateful for still another Brazilian specialty, coffee. Friends in Low Places TCB loves polling friends for their SXSW to-do lists, chiefly because they've actually had time to map them out. KUT's Laurie Gallardo, hostess with the mostest at the Mohawk Wednesday, says about our locals, "I always try to hunt down the IV Thieves..."

After a Fashion
This week, Uncle Style Avatar explore Platforms, Vespa Girls, red pumps that mysteriously turn into black high-tops and back again, and what's in Blackmail's trunk
Columns  January 16, 2004, by Stephen MacMillan Moser
"...It was there that she met stylist Georgia Bramhall (aka Sweet Georgia Bram ... yes, of the Bramhall musical dynasty), who was to become bassist for the band that Higgins had started in 2002 with former Chronicle intern Laurie Gallardo (aka Laurie Libido) on vocals..."

Feels Like the First Time
The 36th annual Austin Music Awards mark a number of debuts
Music Story  February 22, 2018, by Doug Freeman
"...Tying the entire diverse production together, Austin music MVP Charlie Sexton returns to lead the all-star Mayor's House Band, featuring Michael Ramos, John Michael Schoepf, and Conrad Choucroun. KUTX hosts Laurie Gallardo and Rick "Daddy" McNulty keep the four-hour show tracking...."

Hi, How Are You? Day at the Mohawk
PHOTO GALLERY  January 23, 2018
"...Moving Panoramas featuring KUTX’s Laurie Gallardo..."

2017/18 Austin Music Awards Reveal
Black Angels and Lucinda Williams lead highlights
DAILY Music  January 18, 2018, by Kevin Curtin
"...The typically epic show will again be hosted by the lively KUTX tandem of Laurie Gallardo and Rick “Daddy” McNulty. Winner of Instrumentalist of the Year honors at Nashville’s Americana Music Awards last year, Charlie Sexton returns as AMA musical director..."

Playback: No Really, How Are You?
Daniel Johnston provides backstory to Hi, How Are You? Day, plus the first 2017/18 Austin Music Awards talent reveal
Music Column  January 18, 2018, by Kevin Curtin
"...The effort coalesces at Mohawk with performances from Glass Eye's Kathy McCarty, still noted for 1992's all-Johnston cover LP Dead Dog's Eyeball, Lift to Experience singer/guitarist Josh T. Pearson, and Moving Panoramas with KUTX's afternoon deejay Laurie Gallardo..."

Public Notice: Iced Out
ZAP postponement tightens CodeNEXT timeline
News Column  January 18, 2018, by Nick Barbaro
"...22, at Mohawk, 912 Red River – a partnership of the SIMS Foundation and the "Hi, How Are You?" Founda­tion, which is named for Daniel Johnston's "Jeremiah the Innocent" frog mural, and dedicated, like SIMS, to providing mental health resources to Austin's music community. The lineup includes Moving Panoramas (with Laurie Gallardo), Kathy McCarty, and many more, playing songs written by Johnston, as well as their own..."

Project ATX6
The city’s unofficial music ambassador program turns 4 thanks to the sweat equity of founder Chris Brecht
Music Story  November 21, 2017, by Doug Freeman
"...29 – in Austin via Stateside at the Paramount Theatre. KUTX’s Laurie Gallardo hosts..."

Shred for Bread
Guitar “Shred-Off” winner takes home $1,666
DAILY Music  September 6, 2017, by Kevin Curtin
"...Through a series of elimination rounds, each with its own unique variables, celebrity judges will vote on aesthetics, technique, etc. That panel: Sword guitarist Kyle Shutt, Austin metal authority Chuck Loesch of No Control Radio, Texas shred deity Rusty Cooley, KUTX’s Laurie Gallardo, and Riverboat Gamblers/Drakulas singer Mike Wiebe...."

Austin Music Awards’ Message of Love
35th annual local prom sets a new standard
DAILY Music  March 13, 2017, by Doug Freeman
"...The night ended abruptly near midnight, that final entourage loading offstage while the audience waited for the next surprise. In fact, KUTX soul man Rick McNulty, again the AMA emcee alongside Best Radio Personality and colleague Laurie Gallardo, reappeared to tell everyone it was over..."

Playback: Austin Music Awards (On Everything)
Austin Music Industry Awards down, here come the 2016/17 AMAs and a slew of SXSW buzz acts
Music Column  March 9, 2017, by Kevin Curtin
"...International Women's Day saw KUTX relieve John Aielli, Jay Trachtenberg, Jody Denberg, and Jack Anderson of duty on Wednesday, making way for a full day of female-focused programming hosted by Elizabeth McQueen, Susan Castle, Deidre Gott, Laurie Gallardo, Jacquie Fuller, Taylor Wallace, and Audrey Morton...."

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