Show Announcements: Mike Watt, Ghostcar, Paul Slavens, Dredg, Eisley, Brandi Carlile, Little Feat, New Fumes, DEVO, Cage The Elephant, Manchester Orchestra, Sevendust & More!

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As we mentioned yesterday, the South by Southwest spillover effect has reached our beloved record store Good Records. And this evening, before he performs a full blown electric show at The Loft, Mike Watt will be over at Good for what he calls a "hoot & spiel," more commonly known as a question and answer session. The Q&A starts at 6 p.m., and as with all Good Records in-stores, it will be free to attend. Hey, they might even have a keg of cold beer tapped.

And, at the Kessler Theater, where manager Jeff Liles works seemingly around the clock to make sure the greatness of Dallas music history is not forgotten, Ghostcar, Yells At Eels, and Regina Chellew will perform on Saturday, April 23. New Fumes mastermind Daniel Huffman was in Ghostcar, and the band will reunite to perform with Oak Cliff Jazz family Yells At Eels, and former Captain Audio singer Regina Chellew.

More show announcements after the jump.

Club Dada
Thursday, March 24 - Here In Arms, Greg Schroeder, Madison King

Dan's Silverleaf
Saturday, March 19 - Paul Slavens
Sunday, March 20 - OK Sweetheart, Or The Whale

Fallout Lounge
Sunday, March 20 - Eighties Eighties Eighties w/ Quick Chris
Friday, April 1 - First Friday Tribute w/ Oliver's Army, DJ Billy K

Good Records
Wednesday, March 16 - Mike Watt (hoot & spiel)

Granada Theater
Saturday, May 28 - Dredg, The Dear Hunter, Balance and Compsure, The Trophy Fire
Saturday, June 4 - Eisley, The Narrative, Christie DuPree
Sunday, June 5 - Face To Face, Strung Out, Blitzkid
Thursday, June 16 - Brandi Carlile
Saturday, June 18 - Slobberbone, Rodney Parker & 50 Peso Reward, Martin Zellar
Tuesday, June 21 - Little Feat, Roy Jay Band

Hailey's Club
Friday, March 25 - Danny Malone, Craig Gore, The Black Racket
Wednesday, April 13 - Tartufi, Curvette, Achetone
Wednesday, May 11 - El Ten Eleven, No Junk Culture

House Of Blues
Friday, April 15 - Rhymin' N' Stealin', Le Cure
Saturday, April 16 - Fobia & Moderatto
Thursday, May 5 - Aaron Karo
Saturday, May 7 - Femi Kuti & The Positive Force
Sunday, May 8 - Cody Simpson, Greyson Chance
Thursday, May 12 - The Maine, Augustana

Kessler Theater
Friday, April 22 - Darryl Lee Rush
Saturday, April 23 - Ghostcar, Yells At Eels, Regina Chellew
Thursday, May 12 - Kelly Willis, Daphne Willis
Friday, May 20 - Carolyn Wonderland

La Grange
Friday, March 18 - Rodeo Clown Dropout

The Loft
Saturday, April 30 - White Rabbits
Sunday, May 22 - An Horse

Lola's Saloon
Friday, March 18 - Tweed EQ, Scott Wiggins Band
Monday, March 21 - The Royal Heist, The Skeeves, All Dinosaurs
Thursday, March 24 - Stew!, Roaming Soldier, One Finger For Freedom
Thursday, March 31 - Bass Drum
Friday, April 22 - New Fumes, Browningham, George Quartz, Pinkish Black
Saturday, April 23 - Soul Track Mind
Monday, May 2 - Secret Ghost Champion, Igneous Grimm, Tweed EQ
Friday, May 7 - The Light Fantastic, Missle
Friday, June 10 - Dead By Wednesday, Sweetooth, Demonseed, 100 Proof Hatred

Palladium Ballroom
Saturday, March 26 - DEVO
Sunday, May 29 - Cage The Elephant, Manchester Orchestra, Sleeper Agent

Poor David's Pub
Wednesday, March 16 - Elizabeth Wills
Thursday, April 14 - Randy Jackson of Zebra, Glen Burtnik
Thursday, April 21 - Seth Walker
Thursday, May 19 - Manny Charlton, The McGrath Project

Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios
Saturday, April 9 - Fatty Lumpkin, The Red 100's, The Back Sliders

South Side Music Hall
Thursday, April 28 - Omar Rodriguez Lopez Group

Friday, March 18 - Dark Horse Darling, Everyone Dies In Utah, Skylines, The Sound Revival
Wednesday, April 20 - Sevendust
Thursday, April 21 - Fair To Midland, Scale The Summit, New Magnetic North
Saturday, May 14 - Citizen Fish, Krum Bums, Apathy Cycle, The Plagues

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