Road Shows


FRI 28 Seamas Egan & Solas,
Cactus Cafe

FRI 28 Thrall, Emo's

FRI 28, SAT 1 Funky Meters,
Liberty Lunch


SAT 1 Bobby McFerrin, Bass Concert Hall

SAT 1 George Clinton & the P-Funk All-Stars, Austin Music Hall

SAT 1 Sugar Shack, Demolition Dollrods, Emo's

SAT 1 Cheryl Wheeler, Cactus Cafe

SAT 1 Old 97s, Stubb's

SAT 1 Lara y Reyes, Elephant Room

SUN 2 Joshua Redman, Paramount Theatre

MON 3 Happy as Hell, Epperley, Emo's

TUE 4 Michael Hedges,
Cactus Cafe

TUE 4 Straight Faced, Billy Club, Emo's

TUE 4 Red Red Meat, Jeremy Enigk, Electric Lounge

WED 5 Sharon Shannon, Cactus Cafe

WED 5 Luscious Jackson, The Eels, Liberty Lunch

WED 5 Gwil Owen, Duane Jarvis, Continental Club

THU 6 Jaguares, Club Carneval

THU 6, FRI 7 Royal Crown Revue, Continental Club

FRI 7 Joshua Bell, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Bates Recital Hall

FRI 7 Chris Smither, Cactus Cafe

FRI 7 Six Finger Satellite, Hydrogyn Terrors, Paul Newman, Emo's

SAT 8 Trout Fishing in America, La Zona Rosa

SAT 8 Pervis, Emo's

MON 10 John Cale, Electric Lounge

MON 10 Tool, The Melvins, Austin Music Hall

TUE 11 The Descendents, Suicide Machines, Liberty Lunch

TUE 11-SAT 15 The Flirtations, Planet Theatre

SAT 22 Morphine, Liberty Lunch

SAT 22 Jack Ingram, Todd Snider, Keith Sykes, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Paramount Theatre

SAT 22 Brave Combo, La Zona Rosa

SUN 23 Bloodhound Gang, Nerfherder, Electric Lounge

TUE 25 The Chieftains, Bass Concert Hall

THU 27 Peter Himmelman, Cactus Cafe

FRI 28 Survival Research Laboratories, Longhorn Speedway

FRI 28 Gatemouth Brown, Antone's

FRI 28 Limpopo, Babes

SAT 29 Coco Montoya, Tab Benoit, Antone's

SAT 29 John Prine, Backyard


SAT 12 Widespread Panic, Backyard

FRI 18 Tarika, Cactus Cafe

SAT 19 The Bobs, Cactus Cafe

THU 24 Bill Morrissey, Cactus Cafe

WED 30 Battlefield Band, Cactus Cafe

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