Toro y Moi’s last stop on their current tour is Wednesday night at Emo’s in Austin. Fans will want to see them live before summer festival season begins. Keith Mead opens the show.
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.
Nico & Vinz will be wrapping up Usher’s tour the end of March and returning to the states for a national 24-date Ones to Watch with Skype tour. The tour brings the duo to Austin for a headlining show this spring.
Friday night on Red River Street is going to be a rowdy one. Don’t miss your chance to see the insanity that Big Gigantic is bringing to Austin. It’s a no-brainer. Get your tickets before this one sells out.
Not one, not two, but FOUR bands from The Lone Star State will be playing Holy Mountain this Saturday night. Seven dollar cover will make you holler. Don’t miss out on Austin’s own Marmalakes as they headline the show.
Interested in making a fun addition to your Valentine’s Day plans? Don’t miss out on this show with Kina Grannis and her husband’s project, Imaginary Future as the opener. This show has “date night” written all over it.
Midweek is where it is at for indie lovers. Little Rock-based Knox Hamilton are on tour before playing a couple big festivals this spring. The tour makes an Austin stop at Stubb’s with Young Tongue opening.
Do not miss the chance at a magical music experience to cap off your weekend. That1Guy, artist extraordinaire, will bring his talent and his “magic pipe” to Stubb’s on Sunday night.
Sister, sister time. Sweet family duo Lily & Madeleine are doing a set this weekend at one of Austin’s more intimate spots. Check out what beautiful sounds will be hitting Cactus Cafe on Saturday evening.
Brooke Fraser was still a teenager in New Zealand when her music career first took flight. Today she is a bonafide pop star in the making on tour in support of her latest album, Brutal Romantic. See Fraser live with Dark Waves at The Parish.
Former Monotonix member Yonatan Gat will provide an incredible unique experience for both your eyes and ears, as his world-influenced punk-jazz music rocks Hotel Vegas this Saturday. A slew of local talent round out the bill that make this show a bargain.
Two great singer-songwriters will be sharing their stories this weekend in Southeast Austin. Gregory Alan Isakov and Leif Vollebekk perform live at Emo’s on Saturday. Fans of Americana, NPR and flannel shirts should not miss this one.
Hometown hero Max Frost is stopping in this Wednesday to play a set at The Parish with Tameca Jones. Keep on reading to get the deets. Your soul will thank you.
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.
The Avett Brothers absolutely killed it this past Monday during their second performance on ‘Austin City Limits.’ Look out for the episode early next year. It may just be better than their first taping.