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U2 pushes a message of unity at dazzling Texas tour debut in Houston

If you go to see concerts very often, you’ve probably gotten used to the “anniversary tour” concept. The highest-profile such tour this year comes from U2, which played Houston’s NRG Stadium on May 24 for the first of two Texas shows on “The Joshua Tree Tour 2017,” marking 30 years since the release of the group’s first No. 1 album. There’s no getting...
Carrie Rodriguez launches new Latin music series at Cactus Cafe

Carrie Rodriguez launches new Latin music series at Cactus Cafe

There’s something special that occurs when some of Austin’s most talented musicians create a show that defies the rules — a show that’s not meant to be incredibly polished, a musical lab of sorts where experimenting is key. Last month singer-songwriter and violinist Carrie Rodriguez teamed up with Grammy award-winning producer and multi-instrumentalist Michael Ramos and top...
Stevie Wonder will play concert at Austin Formula One Grand Prix

Stevie Wonder will play concert at Austin Formula One Grand Prix

In case the announcement of Saturday night headliner Justin Timberlake back in March wasn’t enough evidence that Circuit of the Americas is committed to making music a big draw at the Formula One Austin Grand Prix, earlier this week race organizers announced a Sunday post-race concert headlined by R&B legend Stevie Wonder. The last time Wonder played Austin was in 2015, when his “Songs...
Barbara Smith Conrad, 79, remembered as renowned singer, trailblazer

Barbara Smith Conrad, 79, remembered as renowned singer, trailblazer

Barbara Smith Conrad, a world-renowned opera singer who was part of the small first group of African-American students to receive their undergraduate degrees from the University of Texas, died Monday. She was 79. Her life is the topic of the documentary “When I Rise,” which was produced by UT’s Briscoe Center for American History in 2010 and still airs on PBS periodically. &ldquo...
Commentary: How Jimmy LaFave gave us the gift of love

Commentary: How Jimmy LaFave gave us the gift of love

The devotion of Jimmy LaFave to his own music — to the songs, thoughts and life of Woody Guthrie and to the creative talents of so many other truthful singers — was celebrated at the Songwriter Rendezvous at the Paramount Theater on Thursday. Over three hours of music — all chosen by Jimmy — washed in love those of us at the Paramount and taking in live streaming. If you closed...
Jimmy LaFave, renowned singer-songwriter, dies of cancer at 61

Jimmy LaFave, renowned singer-songwriter, dies of cancer at 61

Jimmy LaFave, who moved to Austin in the mid-1980s and became one of the city’s most prominent singer-songwriters of the past several decades, died Sunday night after a yearlong battle with an aggressive form of cancer. He was 61. Jesse LaFave, a nephew, confirmed Monday that Jimmy died at home in the company of family and loved ones about 9 p.m. “It was almost like something out of a...
Jimmy LaFave’s friends rise to meet him at Paramount tribute concert

Jimmy LaFave’s friends rise to meet him at Paramount tribute concert

Everyone who got a ticket for Jimmy LaFave’s Songwriter Rendezvous at the Paramount Theatre on Thursday knew the night was going to be full of both sorrow and beauty. And still, the show overflowed the limits on both ends of the emotional spectrum. More than two dozen of LaFave’s favorite songwriters, dearest musicians and closest friends gathered onstage for 3½ hours to honor the...
Train rolls into town this weekend

Train rolls into town this weekend

Whether it’s one of the band’s early hits like “Meet Virginia” or its recent smash, “Play That Song,” almost everyone knows a Train song. So when the band rolls into the Austin360 Amphitheater on May 20, you can be sure there will be plenty of folks singing along. We recently checked in with lead singer Pat Monahan about the band’s 20-plus-year history and...
Try your Hot Luck, sample Rhyme Time, get Blues on the Green and more

Try your Hot Luck, sample Rhyme Time, get Blues on the Green and more

OUR TOP PICKS Friday-Saturday: Hot Luck Fest at Barracuda and White Horse. If you prefer your club show with a side of upscale bites (who doesn’t?), it’s worth perusing the music roster for the inaugural food and music fest hosted by Mohawk owner James Moody and Aaron Franklin of Franklin Barbecue. The events kick off on Friday when the White Horse offers the chance to honky tonk it up...
The Black Angels chant their ‘Death Song’ to navigate troubled times

The Black Angels chant their ‘Death Song’ to navigate troubled times

On a cold, dreary May afternoon in Boston, the Black Angels’ frontman Alex Maas pines for the sun-kissed food truck courtyards of Austin that will elude him and his bandmates until their hometown gig at Stubb’s on May 20. The psych-rock quintet embarked on a U.S. trek at the end of April, kicking off a hefty tour cycle in support of “Death Song,” their fifth full-length and...
We are all Ned Flanders: Meet heavy metal band Okilly Dokilly

We are all Ned Flanders: Meet heavy metal band Okilly Dokilly

It’s fair to say that sudden fame and rock ’n’ roll relevance have come as a bit of a surprise for Head Ned. That shouldn’t come as a surprise — forming a thrash metal band called Okilly Dokilly, with all five members dressed up in pink polo shirts and green sweaters to evoke the eternally good-spirited cartoon character Ned Flanders from “The Simpsons,” seems...
Aerosmith legend Steven Tyler a grandpa again just in time for Mother’s Day  

Aerosmith legend Steven Tyler a grandpa again just in time for Mother’s Day  

Meet baby Axton! Steven Tyler added another grandchild to his expanding brood after his daughter Mia Tyler welcomed her first child with boyfriend Dan Halen on Wednesday. Mia took to Instagram to share the news with fans. “The love of my life has finally arrived and I am now complete. No words can explain how I am feeling. Just pure unfiltered love. My son, Axton born May 10th at 5:45 am,&rdquo...
The XX proves they’re a huge ACL Fest draw in sold-out ACL Live show

The XX proves they’re a huge ACL Fest draw in sold-out ACL Live show

Riding high on the success of their excellent third album, “I See You,” British dream pop band, the XX is one of the top billed artists at the 2017 Austin City Limits Music Festival. The band appears seventh on the roster, immediately after the six artists who will presumably play the headline slots on the big stages each night. Most likely, that sets them up for a 7 p.m. sunset performance...
Jimmy LaFave transcends cancer, teaching us through the magic of music

Jimmy LaFave transcends cancer, teaching us through the magic of music

Jimmy LaFave is running out of breath. The tumors in his chest are growing. He takes morphine for the pain. Yet even now, Jimmy is singing his heart out for us, touching us, teaching us, transcending terminal cancer at every turn, showing us what it is to live and die with dignity and grace through his music. See him now: Jimmy with his black acoustic guitar, seated center stage, flanked by bandmates...
Must-see this week: Local Natives, Thurston Moore, Emily King and more

Must-see this week: Local Natives, Thurston Moore, Emily King and more

OUR TOP PICKS Friday: Sam Outlaw at Cactus Cafe vs. the Outlaws at Scoot Inn. Well, Austin is pretty much known as the birthplace of outlaw country, right? On his second album “Tenderheart,” released last week, Southern California country-rocker Sam Outlaw has less in common with classic Willie & Waylon than with contemporary Texans such as Robert Ellis or Jonathan Terrell, even if he&rsquo...
With new album ‘Hello Goodbye,’ Suzanna Choffel boldly finds her way

With new album ‘Hello Goodbye,’ Suzanna Choffel boldly finds her way

Lead single “Go Forth” maps out the central struggle at the heart of the Suzanna Choffel’s new album, “Hello Goodbye.” Her fingers cascade over graceful, arpeggiated guitar patterns while her voice rises and falls, riding a heart-twisting wave of loss. Like many tracks on the album, it’s a song about feeling torn. It has the air of a breakup track, but more generally...
Madonna bares it all on Instagram in racy photo, then takes it down

Madonna bares it all on Instagram in racy photo, then takes it down

Madonna certainly has never been shy in front of a camera. On Saturday, the “Material Girl” gave fans a peek at her toned body when she shared two racy photos on Instagram. In the first shot, she posed with a gold grill, and in the next, she was fully nude and posed laying down. She added the caption, “Gold” to the photos. Madonna actually didn’t release the fully nude...
Helado Negro’s experimental grooves arrive at Mohawk

Helado Negro’s experimental grooves arrive at Mohawk

Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter and producer Roberto Lange makes you feel like you’re soaring through the cosmos with his experimental electro-pop music. Lange, who has released music under various aliases over the years, gained momentum in 2016 for his “Private Energy” album as Helado Negro (Black Ice Cream). Lange’s breakthrough album brought anthems that reflect on identity...
Webb Report: Death, taxes and the inevitable ACL Fest lineup backlash

Webb Report: Death, taxes and the inevitable ACL Fest lineup backlash

The 2017 Austin City Limits Music Festival lineup was released Thursday. It was a completely controversy-free event, followed by the kind of universally rapturous reception from fans and critics alike that we’ve come to expect fr… ha ha, no, haters immediately started dragging the lineup before the sun even came up. “Lineup is terrible! Would not go to this fest for free,&rdquo...
Tom Petty goes 40 years deep at Erwin Center

Tom Petty goes 40 years deep at Erwin Center

It’s a testament to the depth of Tom Petty’s catalog that he can get away with playing “I Won’t Back Down” (recorded by no less than Johnny Cash) and “Free Fallin’” (performed probably zillions of times at karaoke bars worldwide) as the sixth and seventh songs of a two-hour set. The number of living popular music performers for whom those two classics...
Led Zeppelin reunion rumors sparked by cryptic Robert Plant message

Led Zeppelin reunion rumors sparked by cryptic Robert Plant message

A short, mysterious message on legendary rocker Robert Plant’s website has Led Zeppelin fans in a frenzy, speculating about a possible reunion of the iconic rock band. Plant posted just a simple, three-word message, “Any time now…,” on his website a few weeks ago.  It’s unclear exactly what he means. He has a new album coming out and it might reference that, according...
Mitski, iHeart Country Fest, Pecan Street, more Austin shows this week

Mitski, iHeart Country Fest, Pecan Street, more Austin shows this week

OUR TOP PICKS Saturday: iHeartCountry Fest at Erwin Center. Now four years running, this smorgasboard evening marathon concert regularly features many of the most-played acts on mainstream country radio. This year’s lineup includes Jason Aldean, Little Big Town, Dierks Bentley, Brantley Gilbert, Rascal Flatts, Old Dominion, Jake Owen, Darius Rucker, Lady Antebellum, Kelsea Ballerini and the...
For eclectic band the Digital Wild, the music becomes the message

For eclectic band the Digital Wild, the music becomes the message

Chantell Moody’s eyes lock resolutely with everyone at Empire Garage as she raises her fingers and begins a count-off. “One, that is what we all should be. Two, fingers in the air for peace. Three, words that mean everything: I Love You.” The onstage focal point of eclectic electronic-pop band the Digital Wild, Moody is an immediately engaging presence, with boundless energy and...
Texas woman describes ‘Hunger Games’ Fyre Fest experience

Texas woman describes ‘Hunger Games’ Fyre Fest experience

You might have already read enough about the luxurious failure that was Fyre Fest 2017 to have formed a relatively clear picture in your mind: cheese sandwiches, portable toilets, palpable disappointment. But in case you were aching for one more account... Dallas woman Kendall Angela recounted her less than high-end Fyre Fest experience to the Star-Telegram, and the details are just as cringe-inducing...
Scoremore’s Jmblya taps into youth movement

Scoremore’s Jmblya taps into youth movement

A triple wick candle flickers on a crescent-shaped desk in the entryway to the office of Scoremore Shows. Behind the desk hangs a large picture of ocean waves. Presumably, for most of the year, it helps create a peaceful vibe, but it’s less than two weeks before Jmblya, the company’s flagship festival, and cardboard boxes loaded with merchandise and swag from sponsors crowd in from every...
Andrew McMahon casts his spell on Austin at Emo’s

Andrew McMahon casts his spell on Austin at Emo’s

Signs you were at the sold-out Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness show at Emo's on Saturday: You helped pass a crowdsurfing McMahon – riding a rubber ducky – over your head  You danced under a giant parachute  You stood near someone in a "Make America Emo Again" hat  In the days leading up to McMahon's Austin appearance, we discovered that the former Something Corporate/Jack's...
‘Twin Peaks,’ a weekend of comic book wonders and more in May

‘Twin Peaks,’ a weekend of comic book wonders and more in May

Here are some of the best and highest-profile new releases in music, movies, TV and more on the horizon in May. As always, dates are subject to change without notice. 1. “Twin Peaks” (Showtime). In a world with “Fargo” and “Legion” and “Riverdale” (especially “Riverdale”), it is hard to explain to millennials just how incredible (and bonkers)...
Riders Against the Storm’s Chaka creates new art series at Antone’s

Riders Against the Storm’s Chaka creates new art series at Antone’s

Jonathan Mahone, aka Chaka Mandla Mhambi Mpeanaji, is best known as a word-slinger, half of the husband/wife hip-hop duo Riders Against the Storm. He’s also a passionate community organizer, an accomplished artist and one of the sharpest-dressed men on Austin stages. A new exhibit at Antone’s, “People of Color,” explores the visual aspects of his creative work. He celebrated...
Hip-hop music has fewer drug references than any other genre, but still dominates

Hip-hop music has fewer drug references than any other genre, but still dominates

Think Migos and other rap artists mention molly and marijuana the most in their songs? Think again, because hip-hop has the least number of drug references compared to any other musical genre, according to a recent study.  Using data from Songmeanings API, Addictions.com analyzed eight music categories to determine which style’s lyrics mentioned drugs the most. The website ranked country...
Here’s a half-dozen of Willie’s favorite jokes for his 84th birthday

Here’s a half-dozen of Willie’s favorite jokes for his 84th birthday

Willie Nelson loves jokes. Last year for his 83rd birthday, we shared seven of his favorites from his 2002 book “The Facts of Life and Other Dirty Jokes.” This year, we’re going to share some more, including some from his 2012 follow-up “Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die.” Here are six mostly clean jokes from the books. If you are offended by any of ‘em, you...
‘Luxury’ island music festival turns into ‘disaster tent city,’ according to reports

‘Luxury’ island music festival turns into ‘disaster tent city,’ according to reports

Austin loves its music festivals, but even they aren’t always immune from troubles. Last year’s debut Sound on Sound Fest turned into a rain-soaked mess, and Austin City Limits Music Festival and South by Southwest have seen their fair share of mayhem (fences torn down, mud pits, what have you). But none of those events have ever been accused of turning into a “disaster tent...
Willie Nelson’s new album proves how musically sharp he remains at 84

Willie Nelson’s new album proves how musically sharp he remains at 84

“I run up and down the road, making music as I go They say my pace would kill a normal man But I’ve never been accused of being normal anyway And I woke up still not dead again today.” — “Still Not Dead,” Willie Nelson A 21st-century update of Mark Twain’s famous quip about reports of his death being greatly exaggerated, “Still Not Dead” is the...
East Austin Stories short films shed light on changing neighborhood

East Austin Stories short films shed light on changing neighborhood

More than a decade ago, I walked into the parish hall of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church on a first date with my now husband. We weren’t heading to Mass, but to a screening of short films made by a UT documentary class called East Austin Stories. The short films touched on the lives of a neighborhood that would look drastically different in 2017. When independent filmmaker and professor Andrew...
After a decade of pop-punk and indie success, Andrew McMahon brings the ghosts of his past to Austin

After a decade of pop-punk and indie success, Andrew McMahon brings the ghosts of his past to Austin

You probably know who Andrew McMahon is, but you don’t know you know who he is. You’ve heard his songs—they’re the kind of songs that a middle school friend would have burned onto a mix CD they shared with you, or that a high school crush would have played in their car while you sat together in their driveway, not speaking, just listening. Or maybe, more recently...
Madonna unhappy with biopic in works on life of Material Girl before fame

Madonna unhappy with biopic in works on life of Material Girl before fame

  Madonna has some strong words for the producers of a planned biopic on her younger years, before she hit the big time. “Nobody knows what I know and what I have seen,” she said in an Instagram post.  “Only I can tell my story.” Universal acquired the rights to a script, called “Blond Ambition,” about the Material Girl’s life in New York and her...
George Jones died four years ago today: Here’s four drinking songs to remember him by

George Jones died four years ago today: Here’s four drinking songs to remember him by

George Jones — who improbably lived long enough to get into the conversation of “greatest living country artist” — died four years ago today. It was improbable because Jones’ thirst for alcohol was titanic. Even among a rougher scene, the 5-foot-7 Jones stood head and shoulders above the crowd when it came to drinking.  The famous lawnmower story? There’s question...
Austin360 On The Record: Garner Sloan, Sour Bridges, Paul Nipper, Ghost Wolves

Austin360 On The Record: Garner Sloan, Sour Bridges, Paul Nipper, Ghost Wolves

OUT THIS WEEK Garner Sloan, “Liquid Sails and Bobcat Tales.” Yes, Sloan is a singer-songwriter originally from West Texas, but no, he doesn’t sound like what that might imply. Country and folk styles have their place in the music he writes, but he’s not so easily classified. The arrangements often swirl and sway into near-psychedelic circus tumbles, warping together accents...
New Kids on the Block serve sex and nostalgia on a pyrotechnic platter

New Kids on the Block serve sex and nostalgia on a pyrotechnic platter

The year is young yet, but I’ve already seen things. Things you couldn’t imagine you’d see in 2017. I’ve seen Jordan Knight grab his right stuff while rockets and cucumbers flew across the screen behind him. I’ve seen him bounce his pecs on a live “Quick Change Cam.” I’ve seen Joey McIntire throw up double hook ’em horns while wearing a University...
Austin music this week: Brownout’s new release, Lone Star Jam and more

Austin music this week: Brownout’s new release, Lone Star Jam and more

OUR TOP PICKS Friday: Hard Proof, Greyhounds, Cilantro Boombox at Mohawk outdoor. If you like your bands tight, your grooves big and your booty gyrating, this is a can’t-miss triple bill. Hard Proof and Cilantro Boombox bring the big band madness with wall of sound takes on Afrobeat, Reggae and Latin sounds while the duo behind Greyhounds is locked and loaded with rock ‘n’ soul....
Free week in July? New music fest aims to draw locals into Red River clubs

Free week in July? New music fest aims to draw locals into Red River clubs

Fans groove at Cheer Up Charlies on Red River Street. Martin do Nascimento/AMERICAN-STATESMAN In a Facebook event listing, the Red River Cultural District’s merchant association has unveiled plans for a new music festival structured around a simple idea: all free, all local and all Red River.

WATCH: U2 debuts new song ahead of Texas shows

Wednesday night marks the first of two U2 tour stops in Texas, as the band plays NRG Stadium in Houston before a Friday concert at AT&T Stadium in Dallas.
Watch: Jimmy LaFave ‘Austin City Limits’ episode from 1996

Watch: Jimmy LaFave ‘Austin City Limits’ episode from 1996

Jimmy LaFave. Matt Rourke/AMERICAN-STATESMAN 2005 Before Monday night’s taping of “Austin City Limits” by Seattle indie-folk band The Head and the Heart, the long-running TV program’s executive producer Terry Lickona mentioned that staffers would soon be posting a half-hour segment of the show from 1996 featuring Austin singer-songwriter Jimmy LaFave, who died Sunday night...
Austin musician Jimmy LaFave dies at 61 from cancer

Austin musician Jimmy LaFave dies at 61 from cancer

Jimmy LaFave, who moved to Austin from Oklahoma in the mid-1980s and became one of the city’s foremost Americana artists over the next couple of decades, died Sunday night of cancer, just days after dozens of musicians and friends gathered to honor the beloved Austin musician. Music Road, LaFave’s record label, posted this message to Facebook on Monday: July 12, 1955 – May 21, 2017...
Daybird series brings free local music on Saturdays in June

Daybird series brings free local music on Saturdays in June

Jai Malano helps kick off the Daybird Local Music Series on June 3 at 3Ten. DAVE CREANEY FOR AMERICAN-STATESMAN Have you been looking for an easy way to discover some of Austin’s best musical acts without having to stay out late at night?
Austin artists, music folks remember Chris Cornell

Austin artists, music folks remember Chris Cornell

Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell, who was on tour in Detroit, died last night. He was 52. Today, Austin musicians and music industry folks took to social media to share memories of Cornell and the impact his band had on their lives, along with photos and clips from their favorite performances.
Solstice Fest brings JJ Grey & Mofro, Built to Spill and more in mid-June

Solstice Fest brings JJ Grey & Mofro, Built to Spill and more in mid-June

Bright Light Social Hour are among the local bands playing Solstice Fest. JAY JANNER / AMERICAN-STATESMAN 2015 Summer’s coming and that means … well, generally a little less music around town, what with the heat making outdoor festivals a challenge and Austin’s population a little lighter after students depart.
George Strait, Marcia Ball named Texas State Musicians for 2017 and 2018

George Strait, Marcia Ball named Texas State Musicians for 2017 and 2018

George Strait has been named Texas State Musician for 2017. LAURA SKELDING/AMERICAN-STATESMAN 2014 Country music icon George Strait and longtime Austin roots-blues pianist Marcia Ball have been selected as the Texas State Musicians for 2017 and 2018, respectively, the Texas Commission on the Arts announced Monday afternoon.
Brian Wilson and his bandmates do ‘Pet Sounds’ proud at ACL Live

Brian Wilson and his bandmates do ‘Pet Sounds’ proud at ACL Live

Brian Wilson and band perform at ACL Live on Saturday, May 13, 2017. Suzanne Cordeiro for American-Statesman Seated at the piano at center stage, Brian Wilson sometimes disappears into the grandeur of his own show, overwhelmed by the great wealth of talent in the 11-member cast that surrounds him.
Austin360 On The Record: Suzanna Choffel, Robyn Ludwick, Rocketboys and more

Austin360 On The Record: Suzanna Choffel, Robyn Ludwick, Rocketboys and more

OUT THIS WEEK Suzanna Choffel, “Hello Goodbye.” Austin360/American-Statesman writer Deborah Sengupta Stith observes: “Lead single ‘Go Forth’ maps out the central struggle at the heart of Choffel’s new album. Her fingers cascade over graceful, arpeggiated guitar patterns while her voice rises and falls, riding a heart-twisting wave of loss. Like many tracks on the...
Celeb alert: Kiefer Sutherland, musician, brings his whisky swilling tour to 3Ten on Saturday

Celeb alert: Kiefer Sutherland, musician, brings his whisky swilling tour to 3Ten on Saturday

As a general rule, we at the Austin Music Source do not endorse actors who rock, but apparently a couple hundred of our fellow Austinites do. The action hero and original teen vampire Kiefer Sutherland plays sold out a show a show at 3Ten, the little sister venue to ACL Live on Saturday. The show is part of Sutherland’s “Not Enough Whiskey” tour to support his &ldquo...
The beauty of you: Jimmy LaFave teaches us through the magic of music

The beauty of you: Jimmy LaFave teaches us through the magic of music

Jimmy LaFave is the Great Oak of Austin’s singer-songwriter community. That’s how Griff Luneburg, who ran the Cactus Cafe listening room for decades, likes to put it. Luneburg sees the oak as a symbol of elegance, of stature, of longevity. In his words: “Jimmy is like this oak tree. He has always been all about community. And all these little oaks have sprouted up around him.&rdquo...
This Austin school made an epic lip dub video to a Killers song —and the band noticed

This Austin school made an epic lip dub video to a Killers song —and the band noticed

Thinking lip dub videos are so 2000-and-late? Wrong. Austin’s Liberal Arts and Science Academy, a magnet school at Lyndon B. Johnson High School in Austin ISD, made a lip dub video to The Killers’ “All These Things That I’ve Done.” And sure, maybe lip dub videos stopped being “a thing” back in 2011, but that doesn’t change the fact that the video...
Austin360 Artist of the Month video: The Digital Wild, “Tall As Trees”

Austin360 Artist of the Month video: The Digital Wild, “Tall As Trees”

In our Austin360 Artist of the Month feature story on the Digital Wild, we discussed how compelling the band’s live shows are, but also how the rhythm-heavy nature of their performances is built on a foundation of songwriting that relies on basic melodic instruments.
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