Road Shows


SEPTEMBER

FRI 19 Big Ass Truck, Straight Up Buzz, Mercury Lounge

FRI 19 The Nixons, Radish, Sevendust, Liberty Lunch

FRI 19 Rebirth Brass Band, Stubb's

FRI 19 Je June, Get Up Kids, Electric Lounge

FRI 19 Takacs Quartet, Bates Recital Hall (UT)

FRI 19 Susan Werner, Cactus Cafe

FRI 19 Jimmy Eat World, Electric Lounge

SAT 20 Live, Luscious Jackson, Manbreak, Southpark Meadows

SAT 20 Hieroglyphics, Electric Lounge

SAT 20 Kermit Ruffins, Stubb's

SAT 20 D.L. Hughley, Amez J., Austin Music Hall

SAT 20 Selecter, Spies Like Us, Liberty Lunch

SAT 20 The Marvelettes, Top of the Marc

SAT 20 Suspects, Emo's

SUN 21 Tommy Tune, Bass Concert Hall (UT)

SUN 21 Cher UK, Hole in the Wall

SUN 21 Greg Piccolo & Heavy Juice, Top of the Marc

TUE 23 Foo Fighters, Verbena, Austin Music Hall

TUE 23 Ick, Flamingo Cantina

TUE 23 Slim Dunlap, Continental Club

TUE 23 Paul Ostermayer, Ringside @ Sullivan's

WED 24 Buck-O-Nine, Stubb's

WED 24, THU 25 Tannahill Weavers, Cactus Cafe

THU 25 Flamin' Hellcats, Emo's

THU 25 Fast Orange, Mondo Generator, Chastick, Atomic Café

THU 25 Pagan Holiday, Flamingo Cantina

THU 25 Ziggy Marley, La Zona Rosa

THU 25, FRI 26 Lyle Lovett, Backyard

FRI 26 Happy as Hell, Idle Hands, Atomic Cafe

FRI 26 Beausoleil, La Zona Rosa

FRI 26 16 Volt, Back Room

FRI 26 Sons of Hercules, Sugar Shack, The Mullens, Emo's

FRI 26 Magnatone, Hole in the Wall

FRI 26 Hobex, Mercury

FRI 26 Jane Siberry, Cactus Cafe

FRI 26 Spearhead, Stubb's

FRI 26 John Mayall, Liberty Lunch

FRI 26 Young Adults, Blue Flamingo

FRI 26, SAT 27 Greyboy All Stars, Mercury Lounge

SAT 27 Pizzicato Five, Jack Ingram, Stubb's

SAT 27 DJ Greyboy, Mercury

SAT 27 Irma Thomas, Tracy Nelson, La Zona Rosa

SAT 27 The Monkees, Frank Erwin Center

SAT 27 5,6,7,8's, Emo's

SUN 28 Welt, Under the Unfluence, Emo's

SUN 28 Bonnie Raitt, Backyard

MON 29 Reel Big Fish, MxPx, Liberty Lunch

MON 29 Lynn Harrell, Bass Concert Hall (UT)

MON 29 Spectrum, Shallow, Mazinga Phazer, Electric Lounge

TUE 30 Primus, Buck-O-Nine, Austin Music Hall

TUE 30 k.d. lang, Bass Concert Hall (UT)

TUE 30 Blur, Smashmouth, Liberty Lunch

TUE 30-SAT 4 Maceo Parker, Antone's


OCTOBER

WED 1 Ellis Paul, Cactus Cafe

WED 1 Primus, Buck-O-Nine, Austin Music Hall

WED 1 L7, Bluebird, Clawhammer, Liberty Lunch

THU 2 Druha Trava, Cactus Cafe

THU 2 Allman Brothers Band, Backyard

THU 2 Insane Clown Posse, House of Krazees, Mizery, Liberty Lunch

FRI 3 Eliza Gilkyson, Cactus Cafe

FRI 3 Quincy Punx, Bates Motel

FRI 3 The Call, Atomic Café

FRI 3 Poster Children, Electric Lounge

FRI 3 Gib Droll Band, Mercury Lounge

FRI 3 Venice, Seamboat

SAT 4 Superchunk, Liberty Lunch

SAT 4 Clay Walker, Kevin Sharp, Lee Ann Womanck, Mark Wills, Erwin Center

SAT 4 Janis Ian, Cactus Cafe

SAT 4 Bill Frisell Quartet, Bates Recital Hall (UT)

SAT 4 John Denver, Bass Concert Hall

SUN 5 Charlatans UK, Dandy Warhols, Liberty Lunch

TUE 7 Guttermouth, Ten Foot Pole, Emo's

TUE 7 Groove Collective, Mercury Lounge

TUE 7 Low, Run On, Electric Lounge

WED 8 Clutch, Liberty Lunch

WED 8 Steve James, Cactus Cafe

FRI 10, SAT 11 Roy Ayers, Mercury Lounge

TUE 14 Tonic, Liberty Lunch

FRI 17 Cheryl Wheeler Patty Larkin, Cactus Cafe

FRI 17 Jimmy Smith, Mercury Lounge

SAT 18 Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Bass Concert Hall (UT)

SAT 18 Nancy Giffith, Austin Music Hall

WED 22 Burns Sisters, Cactus Cafe

THU 23 Lycia, Attrition, Back Room

THU 23 Big Sandy & his Fly-Rite Boys, Continental Club

FRI 24 Mark Eitzel, Cactus Cafe

FRI 24 Man or Astroman?, Emo's

SAT 25 Riders in the Sky, Cactus Cafe

THU 30 Todd Snider, La Zona Rosa

FRI 31 Kirk Franklin & the Family, God's Property, Trin-I-Tee 5:7, Erwin Center


NOVEMBER

WED 5 Cramps, Guitar Wolf, Demolition Dollrods, Liberty Lunch

THU 6 Oumou Sangare, Hogg Auditorium

FRI 7 Steve Winwood, Austin Music Hall

WED 12 Patrick Street, Cactus Cafe

FRI 14 Ani DiFranco, Texas Union Ballroom

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