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Produced by Kenny Vaughan, "Goin' in Hot" comes exactly as advertised: a smoking rhythm and horn section fans the flames of the hardcore county sound for which Moot Davis is so well revered.

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Off Broadway was packed on Friday, with eager music fans coming out to see William Elliot Whitmore and Austin Lucas on their Midwest tour.

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Wednesday, 09 April 2014 12:00

Butch Hancock 4/9/14

Songwriting is considered art of the highest order in Texas, and no Lone Star State songwriter is more respected than Butch Hancock.

Published in Live Performances

When you dare to combine genres of music, you dare to combine more than simply sound and style. An audacious blend of music can bring together diverse cultures, and in the realm of American society there are few backgrounds more disparate than that of small-town bluegrass and the deep urban flavor of hip-hop. On Thursday night, the 2720 Cherokee Performing Arts Center made easy work of the task, lead by the prototypical alchemist of the genres, Gangstagrass.

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The South by Southwest tradition of the Twangfest day parties, presented by KDHX, returned to Austin, Texas for the 15th consecutive year.

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It doesn't happen often, but sometimes a song appears, as if from nowhere and everywhere, as if you've always known it though you've never heard it before. Such is Dawn Landes' gorgeous, wise "Cry No More," a farewell to sadness, a country-folk hymn for brighter days that always appear in time.

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While legendary musicians often struggle with audiences that don't evolve with them, Les Claypool isn't your average legend. With Duo de Twang he moves Primus' quirky, alternative sound further than the typical "MTV Unplugged" session while mostly translating his music to bluegrass.

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"Folk music is the music of the people," says KDHX DJ Kelly Wells. Here's an inside look at Wells' passion for soulful folk, blues and Americana music as heard every Wednesday on "Steam-Powered Radio," 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Central.

Published in Inside KDHX

Beckoning steel guitars and a sharp-dressed Robert Earl Keen -- with humorous stories and warm, Texas-sized grin in tow -- turned a sold-out Off Broadway into a late-winter, backyard barbecue on Tuesday night.

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More than 700 people braved the wintery conditions to watch Jason Isbell perform for a sold out room at Plush on Sunday night. Isbell, backed by a full band, took to the stage and quickly made it known why he is one of the best songwriters around.

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