Over the last 10 years, The Walkmen have released acclaimed album after acclaimed album, with only a few duds along the way.
2008's You & Me proved the band's longevity, and 2010's Lisbon fortified it.
And they'll be bringing their raucous fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants to town for the first time since NX35 soon for a live performance at the Granada Theater on Saturday, March 5. Tickets are available at the Granada's ticket website for $15 and $25.
But if March is a little too far ahead on the calender, look no further than next Thursday, November 18, when Austin's The Octopus Project will bring their much talked-about "Hexadecagon" show to South Side Music Hall.
According to a recent press release, the band conceived and created and 8-speaker surround sound, 16-sided panorama concert-in-the-round live experience.
More show announcements after the jump.
All Good Cafe
Friday, November 12 - Jimmy Baldwin
Sunday, November 14 - Grassfight, Paper Robot, Yam
Tuesday, November 16 - Jessie Frye
Sunday, November 21 - Sarah Jaffe, Times New Roman
Friday, December 3 - The Quebe Sisters
Friday, December 3 - Will Johnson
Wednesday, December 29 - Devin The Dude
Saturday, March 5 - The Walkmen
Friday, April 15 - Pete Yorn
Sunday, May 15 - Mogwai
Saturday, December 4 - A Spune Christmas w/ Telegraph Canyon, Monahans, Birds & Batteries, Seryn, Doug Burr, Glen Farris
House Of Blues
Monday, December 23 - Rob Halford, Philm, Dave Lombardo
Thursday, December 23 - The Video Stars
Thursday, January 27 - Led Zeppelin 2 - The Live Experience
Saturday, February 12 - Robin Trower
Tuesday, April 26 - Ke$ha
Thursday, December 2 - Grant Jones & The Pistol Grip Lassos
Saturday, December 4 - The Belleville Outfit
Thursday, December 16 - Bobby Patterson
Saturday, December 17 - David Garza
Sunday, December 18 - Milo Deering Family, Acoustic Kitchen Band
Sunday, December 18 - Eddie Coker
Monday, December 27 - Jim Suhler, Hunter Hendrickson
Lochrann's Irish Pub and Eatery
Thursday, November 18 - Seryn, Amanda Shires
Friday, November 25 - Nicholas Altobelli
Friday, December 3 - Backside Pick
Thursday, December 9 - Lions, Titan Moon
Friday, December 10 - Scott McCurry & The Mercenaries
Friday, December 16 - Pale Horse, Ronnie Fauss
Friday, December 31 - Soul Track Mind
Saturday, November 13 - The Derailers
Monday, November 15 - The Campaign
Wednesday, November 17 - Calhoun
Sunday, November 21 - Ryan McGarvey, Wes Jeans
Saturday, January 15 - Girl Talk
Poor David's Pub
Saturday, January 15 - Andre Prehay & the Orch "A" Stra
Saturday, February 12 - Mark Wayne Glasmire
Thursday, March 10 - Beppe Gambetta
Friday, December 3 - Ayurveda
Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios
Saturday, November 13 - Peopleodian, Manned Missiles, Ryan Thomas Becker
Sons Of Hermann Hall
Friday, November 12 - Trey Johnson, Chris Holt, Camille
Friday, December 17 - The O's, King Bucks, Rodney Parker
Friday, February 4 - Chris Hillman, Herb Pederson, Danny Balis
South Side Music Hall
Thursday, November 18 - The Octopus Project
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