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Alabama Shakes
2:37 p.m. Finally arrived in Austin. Fourteen hours in the car is a long time, but such a trip can be made more palatable given some great company, fun conversation and stimulating tunes to wash it down. Such was my…
Concert review: 1,2,3 (with the Mhurs) deliver grand and dignified set at a near empty Gramophone, Monday, March 12
The Gramophone stood oddly vacant when I strode into opener Andy Garces' Nintendo-DS focused set.
Pomegranates at the Firebird
On the way to SXSW, a slew of bands stopped by the Firebird to sow some new spring seeds and leave some tasty arils. Pomegranates headlined an artsy-rock heavy lineup of bands local, national and Canadian.
Book review: Mike Doughty coughs up tales of the soul and rock 'n' roll in 'The Book of Drugs'
Mike Doughty "The Book of Drugs" Da Capo Press Like any self-respecting musician's autobiography, Mike Doughty's "The Book of Drugs" does not deprive the reader of sex, the titular drugs, or rock 'n' roll.
Concert review and set list: Laura Gibson, radiant and unfurled, at the Gramophone, Saturday, March 10
I'm sorry to all of you who missed the massive performance of Laura Gibson at the Gramophone last night. And by "all of you," I mean quite literally all of you (minus the 30-or-so of us that had the phenomenal…
Concert review: Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey (with Something in the Water) incite a musical riot at 2720 Cherokee, Saturday, March 10
There is an old joke that jazz is five musicians playing five different songs at the same time. Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey managed to both prove and disprove that statement during their set at 2720 Cherokee on Saturday.
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