Read My Lips

Spring festivals and tours are OVER, so relax. Read a book.

South by Southwest 2015 – long in the rearview mirror. Follow-up festivals – Old Settler's, Levitation, Pachanga – done. We even lost one (R.I.P. Chaos in Tejas). Subsequent super tours and releases, reviewed. If spring ever dries into summer, music fans can concentrate on local picnics (Willie Nelson; KGSR's Blues on the Green), and Texas Platters. Maybe read a good book. Move those lips.

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