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Listen to This: Half Dream Insists “I Am My Own God”
There’s a volcanic quality to Paige Renée Berry’s singing: slow, powerful, and eruptive. The vocalist and songwriter behind Half Dream has can inhabit a lyric so thoroughly that every single word illustrates a new level of emotion.

10:00AM Wed. Aug. 4, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Listen to This: Lucas Hudgins is Helpless to “Them Little Thrills”
It’s been over a decade since Lucas Hudgins recorded his excellent sophomore LP, The World Left Is Mine, which properly introduced his low and suave honky-tonk style to Austin.

9:30AM Wed. Aug. 4, Doug Freeman Read More | Comment »

ACL Fest Drops Sunday Headliner DaBaby Following Homophobic Comments
Following a recent controversy over homophobic comments, Austin City Limits Festival dropped DaBaby from its lineup. The rapper was booked to headline both Sundays of the October music fest. On Tuesday morning, the festival wrote, “DaBaby will no longer be performing at Austin City Limits Music Festival – lineup update coming soon.”

11:55AM Tue. Aug. 3, Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

Moral March for Democracy Enlists Willie Nelson, Luci Baines Johnson for Voting Rights Rally
Country music legend Willie Nelson will perform and Texas political legacy Luci Baines Johnson will speak at the Texas State Capitol tomorrow, July 31, during a rally for voting rights. Both join the Moral March for Democracy event, beginning on the south steps of the Capitol at 10am.

2:57PM Fri. Jul. 30, Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

Billy F. Gibbons on the Death of Dusty Hill and the Future of ZZ Top
There have only been two lineups of Texas blues-rock institution ZZ Top, leader/singer/guitarist Billy F. Gibbons being the constant factor. After longest-serving bassist/singer Dusty Hill passed away in his sleep at age 72 on Tuesday night, Gibbons put in a call from his tour bus yesterday afternoon to the Chronicle.

1:41PM Fri. Jul. 30, Tim Stegall Read More | Comment »

Gotta Pre-Roll Before You Smoke Out
J Soulja takes on a multitude of roles within Austin’s hip-hop scene. The MC’s latest: hosting an open mic event for artists to hone their craft within a welcoming space.

9:00AM Fri. Jul. 30, Derek Udensi Read More | Comment »

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11:45AM Wed. Jul. 28, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Janie Cowan’s Fascinating Musical Journey Finds Her Playing Alongside Bob Dylan in Shadow Kingdom
Everyone’s smoking: perfect, exquisite, timeless smoking. Endless puffs of cigarette smoke wafts up from tables where folks in fedoras and curly bob haircuts sip from lowball glasses, the plumes lingering, hanging, dancing in the air to great visual effect in the high contrast black and white.

10:35AM Wed. Jul. 28, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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