Yet another reunion show recalling Deep Ellum's glory days is in the works asThe Buck Pets
, whosehistory Jeff Liles tackled in Echoes and Reverberations
last year, will play Trees Saturday, April 10.
We haven't heard any kind of formal announcement yet, but the calendar on the Trees MySpace page confirms the reunion rumors. Needless to say, this is great news for graybeard Buck Pets fans and those who never got to catch the Dallas legends the first time around.
Update: And it gets even better. Robert Wilonsky says that, according to Chris and Ian from the band, fans can also expect a new album of unreleased material. Stay tuned.
More show announcements are after the jump...
Friday, January 29 -- Ryan Thomas Becker, New Science Projects, Sean Foster
Thursday, February 4 -- Guy Forsyth
Friday, February 12 -- Tommy Irvin
Saturday, February 13 -- Becky & Kelly "Brainless" Cutler
Friday, February 19 -- Marshall Ford Swing Band
Thursday, February 25 -- Ronnie Fauss, Brent Best & Danny Balis Song Swap
Saturday, February 27 -- Scott H. Biram & The Dirt Daubers
Thursday, February 11 -- The HUGE BICYCLE TOUR, featuring Joe Jack Talcum, (of The Dead Milkmen), The Bassturd, Lord Grunge (of Grand Buffet) and DJ Jester The Filipino Fist
Saturday, April 10 -- Camera Obscura
House of Blues
Saturday, April 3 -- Edwin McCain
Wednesday, March 17 -- Rogue Wave
Saturday, April 3 -- Hockey
Saturday, April 10 -- Shearwater
Friday, April 30 -- Dr. Dog, Deer Tick
Lola's Sixth, Fort Worth
Saturday, January 30 -- The Good Show Presents: Pablo and the Hemphill 7, KatsuK, The Keite Young Band
Nokia Theatre, Grand Prairie
Friday, March 12 through Sunday, March 14 -- "Madea's Big Happy Family" starring Tyler Perry
Poor David's Pub
Friday, March 6 -- Brave Combo
Thursday, March 11 -- Bob Schneider (re-scheduled)
Monday, March 22 -- Post-SXSW Mini-Festival with Ty Hall and the EZ3, Canja Rave, Blood and Sunshine, Sparrow Bellows, more
Reno's Chop Shop Saloon
Saturday, February 6 -- The Crazy Ivans CD release, The Loosies
Saturday, April 10 -- The Buck Pets
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