Today in the roundup: Reviewing a pair of dynamic duos, plus a trip back in time with the Undermain.
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This Week in Texas Music History we’ll remember the night a famous folk singer electrified Austin.
Every year, TACA honors two folks who support the arts with their philanthropy – and by encouraging the philanthropy of others. The 2013 winners were announced last night.
Sometimes, being No. 2 is a good thing. David Okamoto explains why itmay be ok for Austin and other cities to have a better reputation for music.
Today in the roundup: The Kimbell’s new app, more fallout of Nasher v. Museum Tower and more live movie scores.
The L.A. funk kings dodged water bottles and blazed through 30 years of hits during a tight, sold-out show Tuesday night.
Here’s Somthin’ Hot: tix to see Afghan Whigs at the Granada.
Today in the roundup: The new Guide Live, a piece of architecture in danger and a new deal in San Antonio.
The Undermain’s An Iliad downsizes Homer’s vast war song, his epic of rage and Bronze Age manhood, into just two guys with a tale to sing. You’ve rarely felt so close to the screams and the bloodspray.