ACL Fest 2015 Weekend One Only

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Talk in Tongues (Fri., 11:30am, HomeAway stage) L.A. multi-instrumentalists garnish New Wave makeover with effervescent psych-pop.

The Last Bandoleros (Sat., 2:45pm, Tito's Handmade Vodka stage) San Antonio sons of Tejano royalty bring Tex-Mex rock & roll into the 21st century.

Night Drive (Sun., 11:45am, Austin Ventures stage) Houston/Austin duo puts modern verve into vintage synth-pop.

Kehlani (Sun., 2:30pm, BMI stage) Twenty-year-old survivor of America's Got Talent pulls old soul out of contemporary R&B.

Muddy Magnolias (Sun., 6:30pm, BMI stage) New York's Jessy Wilson meets Mississippi's Kallie North to cook rock/blues/soul-hop gumbo.

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