Last week, we alerted you to our 2012 Dallas Observer Music Awards nominees. Today, we've got the yankin' lineup for our showcase on Saturday, November 10, which serves as the big ol' drunken party in Deep Ellum before our November 13 awards ceremony at House of Blues.
Take a look at the 50-plus acts below, and then buy tickets for the showcase right here. That ticket is only $10, and gets you into every club that night. Stay tuned for showcase times and who's playing where.
A.Dd+ Atomic Tanlines, The Bad Design Big Fiction Black Dotz, The Blackstone Rangers, The Blurries, The Brain Gang Blue Breakfast Machine, The Clint Niosi Colurs, The Cutter Daniel Hart Danny Rush & the Designated Drivers Datahowler Diamond Age DJ Sober Dustin Cavazos Eyes, Wings & Many Other Things Gorehounds, The Home by Hovercraft Hunter Hendrickson Band J. Charles & the Trainrobbers Jessie Frye John Singer Sergeant Mariachi Quetzal Michael Donner & the Southern Renaissance Mohicans Mora Collective My Wooden Leg Nervous Curtains Oil Boom O's, The Ouaker City Night Hawks Phuss, The Pinkish Black Playdough Rich Girls, The Ronnie Fauss Roomsounds, The Sarah Sellers Snow Tha Product Somebody's Darling Summer of Glaciers Telegraph Canyon Tidbits, The Vanessa Peters Vulgar Fashion Wanz Dover War Party Year of the Bear Zhora
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