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Monday music picks: Waylon Jennings tribute, Rum Rebellion

“Outlaw: Celebrating the Music of Waylon Jennings” at ACL Live. It’s a pricey ticket, but this follow-up to Willie Nelson’s Fourth of July Picnic also is a very special event, with peers and disciples of Waylon gathering to play the songs that made him a legend. 118 more words

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Sunday music picks: Kacy Crowley, Casper Rawls

Open mic with Kacy Crowley at Strange Brew. Many moons ago, former Austin songwriter Emily Kaitz wrote a song about the underdog charm of open mics, where she’d sit through “a guy who spends his first ten minutes tuning / But when finally he plays his song, it’s worth the wait and incredibly moving.” That push-pull of monotony and magic makes open mics special. 101 more words

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1. BROODS: Brother & sister duo- Georgia & Caleb Nott from New Zealand

Genre: Indie Pop, Electronica, Electropop, Trip Hop

Overall their album Evergreen is pretty good but here are some of my favorites. 64 more words

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Saturday music picks: Vockah Redu, Dead Moon

Fourth of July pool party at Hotel Vegas. Let’s be honest, nothing says freedom like the gender-bending, booty-shaking antics of New Orleans bounce, the wildest hip-hop subgenre to show up in over 20 years. 301 more words

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Music Ministry Pick of the Week: Smoke

Plumb – Smoke

“The bigger picture” is a phrase that gets applied to an endless array of situations. “The bigger picture” is almost always addressed in a negative situation– “losing sight” of the bigger picture. 367 more words

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Friday music picks: Mother Falcon, Third Eye Blind

Mother Falcon at North Door. The indie-classical crossover ensemble will have a new album out next month, but first there’s this two-show evening to kick off the 19th annual Austin Chamber Music Festival, which continues until June 19. 203 more words

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Thursday music picks: Redd Volkaert, Blonde Redhead

“Blue Ain’t the Word: A Ray Price Celebration” at Continental Club. Country crooner Ray Price, who died in 2013, may have been a Texas legend, but his influence reached well beyond borders. 144 more words

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