Friday, November 10, 2006

The Weekend in Austin

Howdy Ya'll. Its a great weekend for music, especially the locals. I expect to see you out there.


The Black

Get the weekend started right Friday at Waterloo Records at a free in-store by The Alice Rose. That's at 5 PM. Grab some grub and head back on out to the scene. Big road show at Antone's with Regina Spektor. South Congress comes alive at Trophy's with an all local show featuring The Black, Horse + Donkey, and Lomita. Or if you'd rather go for something a little more instrumental and electronic, check out My Education and Skies Falling at Mohawk.




Just got word of a show today. I will be attending Saturday at Mohawk. Great local bands Black Before Red, The Boxing Lesson, and The Drawing Board (I know you heard of these guys) are sure to entertain. Come on out and party with me! And thanks to TBL for reading the site! Elsewhere, down on 6th at The Parish, Lomita (again!) with CD release partiers For Her and the Snow. Emo's has Headlights, and then catch them with Pompeii at End of an Ear at 4 PM on Sunday. Trophys has another great show with the local flavor showcasing Aux, Them Shakes, Lalaland, and Prom Nite. And over at the Hole In The Wall, San Antonians Buttercup play with Hilary York in support.


It's an Austin band weekend. Show them some love, people. Get out there and party.

The Alice Rose - Easter Anne
The Black - Cellblock
Horse + Donkey - The Riddle
Lomita - Green Eyes
My Education - Snake In The Grass
Regina Spektor - Fidelity
Black Before Red - Goddess In Trauma
The Boxing Lesson - Back From The Dead
The Drawing Board - Haven't We Been Through This Before
Aux - Angus
Them Shakes - I Like What I See
Lalaland - Crack Up
Prom Nite - The Office
Buttercup - Anti-Antarctica
Hilary York - I Need Your Love
Headlights - Put Us Back Together
Pompeii - Numbers

2 Comments:

Anonymous Lawrence said...

I will be out there, and I will definitely party. Might have to stop by Mohawk and see what's up, I won't be far from there.

Friday, November 10, 2006  
Anonymous Glenn Young said...

Hello,
Great Site.... Please check out "The Jam Project" there in Austin. They are really Awesome. Trevor Hickle has really written some great music & you can check out some of it at http://myspace.com/thejamprojectmusic

Found your great site through http://hype.non-standard.net/

Glenn Young

Friday, November 10, 2006  

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