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    Deezie Brown

    Holding down Thursdays all month at the South Congress juke-joint, Deezie Brown’s been keeping audiences on their toes with surprise appearances from Jake Lloyd and EC Mayne. When the musical magician takes stage, an eclectic explosion of high-octane intensity and boisterous sound spew from the C-Boy’s cement walls. The Bastrop native pulls from his Central Texas childhood and societal adversity to construct his unique hip-hop funk sound, present on February Lloyd-collabo Geto Gala. Sure to mirror his already established performance credibility, his residential finale commences at 6:30pm with San Gabriel slated to guest.
    Thu., Dec. 2, 6:30pm
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    Rattlesnake Milk, Lucas Hudgins, Henri Herbert

    Henri Herbert plays that boogie-woogie piano style with metronome-shattering speed and incomprehensible exactness. The France-born, UK-raised viral instrumentalist, who’s been a local fixture since 2019, collects dropped jaws every time he sits down at the keys. Lucas Hudgins’ instrument-of-awe: his voice. The honky-tonker with a rich, bassy, baritone recently toured with Charley Crockett and issued a compelling comeback single “Them Little Thrills.” Headliners Rattlesnake Milk make high-energy flatland garage twang for people with calloused hands, tweaker-cousins, and an ear for concise storytelling.
    Thu., Dec. 2, 7pm
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