Ten of This Week's Top Show Announcements: Wanda Jackson, Helio Sequence, John Legend and More

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Tycho, The Album Leaf
Thursday, September 6, at Trees, $14

When Sigur Ros played Dallas for the first time, back in 2003, California's The Album Leaf served as the opening act. I remember being so impressed with their moody, heavy instrumental music that I bought their first album, One Day I'll Be On Time. Nearly 10 years later, they're still the opening act, this time for instrumental producer Tycho.

The Chris Robinson Brotherhood
Friday, September 21, at Trees, $20

It's the guy from The Black Crowes and his bros.

Trees' Three-Year Anniversary w/ Bowling For Soup
Saturday, September 15, at Trees $3

I have to admit: when Trees first reopened a few years ago, I was a bit disappointed by the hard rock bands being booked. However, in the last few months I've seen some of the most exciting shows come to the venue: Index Festival, The Album Leaf and Sharon Van Etten, just to name a few. It's quickly climbing its way back to being one of the best places to see a show.

Helio Sequence, Ramona Falls
Friday, November 2, at Dan's Silverleaf, $13

It's been four years since two-piece Oregon act the Helio Sequence released Keep Your Eyes Ahead, but now they're set to release their sixth album, Negotiations.

Damien Jurado (added to Sharon Van Etten)
Saturday, November 3, at Trees, $14

This is shaping up to be one of the best shows of autumn. Sharon Van Etten headlines with Seattle's Damien Jurado in the support slot. He's had a long career as one of America's most under appreciated songwriters.

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