Saturday, June 9, at Majestic Theatre
Thursday, June 7, at The Levitt Pavilion
Thursday, June 7, at Dada
Thursday, June 7, at the Common Table
Friday, June 8, at Granada Theater
I've heard more than a few people compare The Flatlanders to all-time great songwriters like Bob Dylan and Neil Young. I even heard one guy refer to Jimmy Dale Gilmore as a Texas Buddha.
Friday, June 8, at AllGood Cafe
Audra wrote a very generous piece about this show here.
Walk the Moon
Friday, June 8, at The Prophet Bar
Tomorrow night's show at The Prophet Bar (big room) features Ohio art-rock band Walk the Moon. They seem to have a lot of advertising placement, and have made it onto lists curated by Esquire and Nylon.
What Made Milwaukee Famous
Friday, June 8, at Trees
It's been a while since What Made Milwaukee Famous came to town. The beloved Austin band hasn't released and album since 2008, but now they're on the cusp of releasing You Can't Fall Off the Floor, the band's third studio album.
Friday, June 8, at Bass Performance Hall
Dennis Miller was funniest when he was the subject of a Conan O'brien lip-over.
Saturday, June 9, at Granada Theater
Nervous Curtains, Pinkish Black, Eyes, Wings & Many Other Things
Saturday, June 9, at Bryan Street Tavern
Latin Energy Festival
Sunday, June 10, at Fair Park Exposition Plaza
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