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Austin acts at ACL Fest Weekend Two


Charlie Belle

Asleep at the Wheel

Fri., 12:15pm, Honda stage
Will the four-plus-decade Western swing juggernaut leave its frontman behind to guest with Willie?

Blue Healer

Sat., 6:30pm, BMI stage
David Beck, bassist/vocalist of disbanded Americana darlings Sons of Fathers, now leads this chill rock trio.

Charlie Belle

Sun., 12:15pm, Tito's Handmade Vodka stage
Alterna-pop duo of guitarist/vocalist Jendayi Bonds and her brother, drummer/vocalist Gyasi Bonds.

Gina Chavez

Fri., 4:45pm, Tito's Handmade Vodka stage
Bilingual indie-folk with pan-Latin influences and a strong social conscience.

Keeper

Fri., 11:30am, Miller Lite stage
Synth 'n' soul vocal triad. Imagine if Destiny's Child listened to Portishead.

Lincoln Durham

Fri., 12:15pm, Tito's Handmade Vodka stage
Histrionic one-man band resembles Jack White on a southern gothic kick.

Magna Carda

Sun., 11:30am, Miller Lite stage
Rapper Megz Kelli's clever, laid-back flow hits like a perfectly rolled blunt, while sonic mastermind Dougie Do's dreamy production adds another layer to the band's R&B/jazz.

Nakia & the Barton Hills Choir

Sat., 12:30pm, Austin Kiddie Limits
Austin's equivalent to Joe Cocker sings with a youth choir known for eclectic song choices.

Willie Nelson

Sun., 6pm, Samsung stage
Austin music's Gandalf, 83, opens his stash box of unassailable country classics in his ACL debut.

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