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Deborah Sengupta Stith

Deborah Sengupta Stith is a music writer for the Austin American-Statesman.

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 South by Southwest Music Festival organizers couldn’t have asked for better weather for the biggest free show they’ve ever presented at Auditorium Shores. On Saturday, Garth Brooks, who swiftly sells out arenas around the world, was scheduled to take the stage at 8 p.m. in the South Austin park after a daylong country music showcase...

Posted: 10 days ago

South by Southwest Music Festival organizers couldn’t have asked for better weather for the biggest free show they’ve ever presented at Auditorium Shores. On Saturday, Garth Brooks, who swiftly sells out arenas around the world, was scheduled to take the stage at 8 p.m. in the South Austin park after a daylong country music showcase...
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 With a smart-girl-next-door vibe and a conversational rhyme style that oozed effortlessly over jazzy grooves from her three-piece backing band, Chicago rapper Noname thoroughly charmed a packed house at the South by Southwest Music Festival welcome party on Tuesday. Like most rappers who cut their teeth in spoken word, expressive lyricism...

Posted: 13 days ago

With a smart-girl-next-door vibe and a conversational rhyme style that oozed effortlessly over jazzy grooves from her three-piece backing band, Chicago rapper Noname thoroughly charmed a packed house at the South by Southwest Music Festival welcome party on Tuesday. Like most rappers who cut their teeth in spoken word, expressive lyricism...