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This week's music picks: Let your inner teen squeal at the 1975, dig for sold-out Lauryn Hill and Sturgill Simpson tickets

MONDAY

Jackie Venson at Antone’s. Venson, a 26-year-old poised to become Austin’s next great axe-wailer, is a perfect fit for a club that enshrines the concept of Blue Monday in Austin. 863 more words

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This week's music picks: Let your inner teen squeal at the 1975, dig for sold-out Lauryn Hill and Sturgill Simpson tickets

MONDAY

Jackie Venson at Antone’s. Venson, a 26-year-old poised to become Austin’s next great axe-wailer, is a perfect fit for a club that enshrines the concept of Blue Monday in Austin. 863 more words

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Weekend music picks: Beyond Levitation lies violins, country and 'Galveston'

FRIDAY

Black Violin at Long Center. The classically trained duo lay virtuous violin licks over classic hip-hop breakbeats provided live by a funky backline. In the process, they exploit and evolve the natural cinematic tensions of an art form built around aural collage. 780 more words

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Weekend music picks: Beyond Levitation lies violins, country and 'Galveston'

FRIDAY

Black Violin at Long Center. The classically trained duo lay virtuous violin licks over classic hip-hop breakbeats provided live by a funky backline. In the process, they exploit and evolve the natural cinematic tensions of an art form built around aural collage. 780 more words

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This week's music picks: The resurgence of Lucinda Williams, the return of Chrvrches, more

MONDAY

Lucinda Williams at Hogg Auditorium. Late-career artistic resurgences by accomplished artists are infrequent if not unprecedented, but with Lucinda Williams it’s getting ridiculous. Not one to rest on the laurels of the Grammys she won in the 1990s, Williams pressed on in the 2000s with a series of adventurous albums for the now-shuttered Lost Highway label. 913 more words

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This week's music picks: The resurgence of Lucinda Williams, the return of Chrvrches, more

MONDAY

Lucinda Williams at Hogg Auditorium. Late-career artistic resurgences by accomplished artists are infrequent if not unprecedented, but with Lucinda Williams it’s getting ridiculous. Not one to rest on the laurels of the Grammys she won in the 1990s, Williams pressed on in the 2000s with a series of adventurous albums for the now-shuttered Lost Highway label. 913 more words

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Weekend music picks: Celebrate Earth Day with music, plus ABC's 'Nashville' tour and more

FRIDAY

Earth Day Celebration at Guero’s. The spacious and shady oak garden adjacent to Guero’s Taco Bar seems an ideal place to celebrate Earth Day. A benefit for the Hill Country Conservancy and solar-powered Sun Radio, the event runs from the afternoon into the evening with performances by Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Christine Albert and Chris Gage, Warren Hood, Guy Forsyth, Sour Bridges, Harvest Thieves, Dawn & Hawkes and Mike Schoenfeld. 838 more words

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