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Husband-wife duo the Handsome Family took the Off Broadway stage, offering the crowd a catalogue of work spanning over two decades.

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By late July, some of us are weary of summer. Too bright, too hot and too damn cheerful. Good thing the Handsome Family Band, Sean Rowe and Danny Barnes stopped at Off Broadway with some dark songs and gallows humor.

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Wednesday, 24 July 2013 12:00

Sean Rowe 7/24/13

With vocals as deep and somber as the leaf strewn forest floor, Sean Rowe, a singer/songwriter from Troy, N. Y. offers listeners nature-infused acoustic work reminiscent of a time where humans were more connected with their surroundings.

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Husband-wife duo Shovels & Rope opened for the much-anticipated Dawes show at Off Broadway Friday night.

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Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes nailed it early in the evening: "Small venue. Sold out. One hundred degrees. No better place to be."

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Saturday, 20 July 2013 12:00

Cindy Woolf and Mark Bilyeu 7/20/13

Cindy Woolf and Mark Bilyeu make music that could have drifted out from the tube radio in your grandparents' kitchen: gorgeous country melodies, intricate acoustic guitar work and that voice.

Published in Live Performances
Wednesday, 17 July 2013 07:00

Song of the Day: 'Outlaw' by the O's

Comparisons to the Avett Brothers and Mumford & Sons come easy these days, and while Dallas band the O's -- essentially the duo of John Pedigo and Taylor Young -- might recall both groups, the vitality and tunefulness of new track "Outlaw" is very much their own.

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George Glass (the band, not the imaginary friend) plays easy-gliding rock with a flash of twang (in the fiddles) and power pop (in the harmonies and guitars). "AM Radio" sounds great on any frequency.

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Passion and joy for your work is a blessing that was on display Wednesday night at the Pageant. Both the opener, the Lone Bellow, and Brandi Carlile displayed just how much fun and passion musicians can have for entertaining the masses.

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The pre-Fourth of July party at St. Louis' Gramophone brought Austin stalwart Jon Dee Graham to the stage for a night of story and song, showcasing the humor and heart that won Graham the honor of 2006 Austin Musician of the Year.

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