R&B/hip-hop icon Lauryn Hill made the most of her weekend in Austin with a Fun Fun Fun Fest performance and her ‘Austin City Limits’ debut taping. The rare television performance was everything you think it was, and then some.
Didn’t get the chance to see Kendrick Lamar at his ACL taping? Read on to find out the details on his legendary performance for KLRU’s Austin City Limits.
Forth Worth soul man Leon Bridges took a break between the big festival weekends to tape his ‘Austin City Limits’ debut in front of an enthusiastic audience lucky enough to be in attendance.
L.A. soul quartet Vintage Trouble taped their debut ‘Austin City Limits’ episode this week to be aired at a later date. From what we saw, it is a high energy episode you won’t want to miss.
KLRU-TV taped a performance by Alabama Shakes on October 2 for Austin City Limits’ 41st season on PBS. Read our recap before it airs and check out the live photos.
KLRU-TV will taped a performance by legendary singer-songwriter James Taylor for Austin City Limits’ 41st season on PBS.
Austin-based singer, songwriter and guitar virtuoso Gary Clark Jr. taped an episode for the upcoming season of ‘Austin City Limits’ on Monday night. The Austin hometown hero did not disappoint.
Some of the state’s best punk rock musicians came together at Red 7 to not only pay tribute to their favorite punk bands, but also to support the Tony Sly Music Foundation For Kids.
Austinites got their first true club show performance at Stubb’s from rising folk-pop darling Zella Day. Her sold out show was an intimate glimpse into what will be a bright future for the 20-year-old Arizona Native, although it was not without a few disappointments.
Hometown hero Shakey Graves made his premiere on the ACL stage. Check out our recap of what was a wonderful night with a fellow Austinite.
After going on an indefinite hiatus almost a decade ago, Sleater-Kinney have come back with a vengeance. With this year’s release of No Cities To Love has come a slew of shows including a national tour that ends with a few festival stops. To kick off their comeback tour, Sleater-Kinney made their first appearance on Austin […]
Season 41 of “Austin City Limits” is already off to a great start. The War On Drugs brought their psychedelic sounds to Moody Theater and left everyone wanting more. Check out our recap from Monday night.
After having their first scheduled taping postponed, the Foo Fighters finally touched down in The Live Music Capital to record their ‘Austin City Limits’ taping. It was an epic set that provided attendees with all the hits and some very special guests. This taping was the ultimate end to the 40th season.
Coming back for another round, The Black Keys made their second appearance on Austin City Limits this past Monday night. The pair which includes guitarist/singer Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney, from Akron, Ohio have made it-in almost every possible way.
Ryan Adams returned to ‘Austin City Limits’ for a career spanning show on a beautiful autumn evening last Wednesday night. In fact, the show had to be split into two separate acoustic and electric sets to accommodate what has been a prolific songwriting career.
On Thursday, Oct. 9, the Austin band Spoon returned to the set of ‘Austin City Limits’ for another taping to air later this fall. The group is certainly no stranger to the show as the modern rock faves have been on the show three times, in 2003, 2005 and 2010.
English pop crooner Sam Smith taped his debut performance on ‘Austin City Limits’ on Thursday. Yes, the dude who sings “Stay With Me” proved he is more than just a one hit wonder. Learn more about the performance and check out photos from the taping.
Former Rilo Kiley frontowman and your girlfriend’s #WCW Jenny Lewis taped her solo debut on ‘Austin City Limits’ on Wednesday. Check out the photos and a few notes for the upcoming episode.
Making their debut on Austin City Limits, Future Islands brought their best moves to the stage. Check out the recap and photos from what should be the most visually entertaining taping of the season.
Self-proclaimed Nick Cave & the Badseeds superfan Chris Thompson tells us about Cave’s ‘Austin City Limits’ taping. Look for the show to air at a later date.