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Final SXSW Live Shots
For 14 years now, the Chronicle has published daily supplements during the music portion of the gargantuan Festival. Visit those live reviews and all our preview coverage at austinchronicle.com. Here's a few last headliners from across last week, including Saturday's superstars. More from this last cull online. Can we close our eyes now?
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KEYWORDS FOR THIS STORY
SXSW 2013, Alt-J, Flaming Lips, Paul Oakenfold, Divine Fits, Billy Joe Shaver, Justin Timberlake, Prince, John Baizley, George Clinton, Levon Helm, John Fogerty, Alejandro Escovedo