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Tour Diary: On Being A Lemonhead
Paige Applin is the singer/songwriter/guitarist behind the Austin band On Being An Angel. In December, the group returned from their first-ever tour opening for the Lemonheads, for three weeks.

2:45PM Fri. Jan. 13, Paige Applin Read More | Comment »

Former Sidewinder Space Now Open As After-Hours Club The Cut
A familiar spot in the Red River Cultural District is now home to a rare kind of Austin nightlife, with the Cut bringing members-only, after-hours DJ parties to 715 Red River Street.

11:25AM Fri. Jan. 13, Chad Swiatecki Read More | Comment »

HAAM Receives Additional $1 Million to Fund 500 Musicians’ Insurance
Approximately 500 additional Austin musicians can receive free or low-cost health care coverage in 2023 thanks to Central Health’s decision to provide an extra $1 million to the Health Alliance for Austin Musicians.

10:00AM Tue. Jan. 10, Chad Swiatecki Read More | Comment »

We Asked Writers To Review Bands They’d Never Seen Before at Free Week in Austin
Whether by generally balmy weather or lighter viral counts than previous years, Free Week 2023 landed the largest in recent memory. Long lines wrapped venues in the Red River Cultural District, whose unticketed edition landed last Thursday through Saturday.

12:56PM Mon. Jan. 9, Nayeli Portillo, Kriss Conklin, David Brendan Hall and Carys Anderson Read More | Comment »

Hannibal Buress’ Meta Musical Comedy as Eshu Tune
The many comedic accolades Hannibal Buress has amassed over his 20-year career include appearances on the Eric Andre Show, Broad City, and 30 Rock, along with infamously calling out Bill Cosby’s sexually abusive behavior during a 2014 stand-up set.

9:45AM Mon. Jan. 9, Clara Wang Read More | Comment »

The Austin Songwriters Group Symposium Returns With Country Hitmakers
Nine years ago, Russell Sutton was working a job at Dell and writing songs on the side. The Austin native had grown up around the music industry, with his father playing guitar and tour managing for Rick Trevino. But for Sutton, music existed somewhere between a hobby and a dream.

9:30AM Sat. Jan. 7, Doug Freeman Read More | Comment »

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Proposed Amphitheater Near Dripping Springs Faces Neighbor Opposition
A 5,000-capacity amphitheater proposed for a portion of Hays County just southwest of Austin is meeting stiff resistance from residents who say the project will greatly disrupt life along the rural Fitzhugh Road.

9:30AM Fri. Jan. 6, Chad Swiatecki Read More | Comment »

A Look Inside South Congress’ New Superstition Nightclub
Located at the former site of long-shuttered male strip club La Bare, a glimmering new Seventies-themed nightclub soft-launched with disco ball twinkle Wednesday evening.

2:15PM Thu. Dec. 29, 2022, Christina Garcia Read More | Comment »

You and a Friend Could Go to Every Resound Show Next Year for $500
We’re long past the days where loyal concertgoers needed a sleeping bag and wads of cash to be certain they could score tickets to the next can’t-miss show.

10:40AM Fri. Dec. 16, 2022, Chad Swiatecki Read More | Comment »

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