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January 3, 2003

The last installment of "Dancing About Architecture."

Ken Lieck

December 20, 2002

All news: noise ordinance gripes, AMN budget crunch, Sound Exchange faces rent shortfalls, Williamson County refuses to give up on an amphitheatre, Clifford Antone back on the streets, and the first SXSW 03 confirmees. Plus, three music deaths.

Ken Lieck

December 20, 2002

The Rick Linklater crowd counted on the list of locals who were saddened to learn this week of the...

Ken Lieck

December 20, 2002

Holy Father Time! Is it really already getting close to another South by Southwest Music Festival? Well, if by close...

Ken Lieck

December 13, 2002

Noise Ordinance meeting is postponed, as is the ultimate fate of the Austin Music Network. Happily, the Armadillo Christmas Bazaar is back.

Ken Lieck

December 6, 2002

The new noise ordinance goes to council as Jupiter Records goes round the clock.

Ken Lieck

December 6, 2002

Plenty of free live music to be had this weekend, with Jupiter Records at the corner of 41st and...

Ken Lieck

November 29, 2002

Emo's employees quit over punk rock protest, the Noise Ordinance is back, as will be the Austin City Limits Music Festival, but not Russell Crowe. SIMS news and more.

Ken Lieck

November 22, 2002

Things get so bad in the Live Music Capital of the World that they're citing the 'King of Sixth Street,' Gerry Van King, for busking on the street

Ken Lieck

November 15, 2002

American Idol picks Austinite Dana Clark to hopefully win the hearts of America in the next round of finals.

Ken Lieck

November 8, 2002

Daniel Lanois confirms as SXSW keynote, Springsteen cancels, and another club -- the Six of Clubs -- closes. Biz as usual, in other words.

Ken Lieck

November 8, 2002

You no longer need eyes to enjoy The Austin Chronicle! Tune in this Friday, 6-7pm, to 1370AM for The...

Ken Lieck

November 8, 2002

If there were a list of bands not from Austin that we'd love to claim anyway, the Flaming Lips...

Ken Lieck

November 1, 2002

Mars Music store goes the way of Halley's Comet.

Ken Lieck

October 25, 2002

American Idol comes to town, the Funk Bros leave -- a little poorer for the musical wear and tear.

Ken Lieck

October 25, 2002

If you got here too late for the best years of Austin, take note that the Horsies, a truly...

Ken Lieck

October 18, 2002

Another festival weekend, this time jazz; plus Mars Music not going under, and Bill Hicks -- still dead, more CDs.

Ken Lieck

October 11, 2002

Everything from 20+ years ago is coming back, starting with Elvis Costello.

Ken Lieck

October 11, 2002

It's that time of year again -- the week when the Chronicle's Music staff undertakes its responsibility to music...

Ken Lieck

October 4, 2002

Our resident Marshmallow Peep relates the news and hearsay in and around the Live Music Capital...

Ken Lieck

September 20, 2002

Danny Crooks, down with the ship once again

Ken Lieck

September 20, 2002

Our resident Marshmallow Peep relates the news and hearsay in and around the Live Music Capital...

Ken Lieck

September 13, 2002

As the Live Music Capital dries up, along comes the Austin City Limits festival to quench parched musical thirst.

Ken Lieck

September 13, 2002

Next Wednesday, Sept. 18, the Legendary Stardust Cowboy is playing a brief show at Club DeVille that's being filmed...

Ken Lieck

September 6, 2002

Labor Days ends, people bummed.

Ken Lieck

September 6, 2002

After much agonizing over what to do for September 11 -- including whether to open at all -- the...

Ken Lieck

August 30, 2002

Rave chaos part 2, plus Kerrville Kaos brings Direct Events Ghenghis Kahn Tim O'Connor out of retirement.

Ken Lieck

August 30, 2002

Our resident Marshmallow Peep relates the news and hearsay in and around the Live Music Capital...

Ken Lieck

August 23, 2002

Rave debacle leaves one dead.

Ken Lieck

August 16, 2002

The strange border tale of Tish Hinojosa

Ken Lieck

August 16, 2002

ST 37 is among the acts in the final lineup for Roky Erickson's birthday benefit Sunday, Aug. 25 at...

Ken Lieck

August 16, 2002

Another of our periodic excepts of what critics around the globe are saying about Texas music: Kelly Willis Easy...

Ken Lieck

August 9, 2002

Fastball gains velocity, Herring swims upstream, and Spoon's new single is ripe for consumption

Ken Lieck

August 2, 2002

Can you believe it, another club gone. And another gone, and another gone…

Ken Lieck

August 2, 2002

Sony Legacy is currently planning another Stevie Ray Vaughan reissue, this one a two-CD set of hit tracks featuring...

Ken Lieck

July 26, 2002

Hole is on hold, as is Abra Moore's new album, though American Analog Set may be dead and the Mercury's Hip Hop Humpday is definitely. Meanwhile, John Kunz fights back, and Don Imus raises the Flatlanders flag. Whew!

Ken Lieck

July 26, 2002

Our resident Marshmallow Peep relates the news and hearsay in and around the Live Music Capital...

Ken Lieck

July 19, 2002

Emo's turns 10.

Ken Lieck

July 19, 2002

Here's the lineup for the big Austin City Limits music festival in Zilker Park on September 28-29, announced at...

Ken Lieck

July 12, 2002

One week after the Hole in the Wall closes, the Black Cat burns down.

Ken Lieck

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