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GREG BEETS: The Chinese Stars, Emo's Jr., Thursday, March 17

JIM CALIGIURI: Ian Hunter, Town Lake Stage @ Auditorium Shores, Friday, March 18

ROBERT GABRIEL: Daara J, Caribbean Lights, Saturday, March 19

CHRISTOPHER GRAY: Graham Coxon, Stubb's, Thursday, March 17

MELANIE HAUPT: Of Montreal, Friends, Friday, March 18

RAOUL HERNANDEZ: Ian Hunter, Town Lake Stage @ Auditorium Shores, Friday, March 18

ANDY LANGER: The Frames, Antone's, Friday, March 18

DAVID LYNCH: DeVotchKa, Copa, Thursday, March 17

MARGARET MOSER: John Cale, La Zona Rosa, Friday, March 18

AUDRA SCHROEDER: Jennifer Gentle, Emo's, Wednesday, March 16

DARCIE STEVENS: Turing Machine, Whisky Bar, Thursday, March 17

JAY TRACHTENBERG: Daara J, Tambaleo, Saturday, March 19

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