Saturday, July 2 starting at 8 p.m., The Parish presents a three band showcase to celebrate the anticipated album release of the Austin based “americana” outfit- The Watters.
Irie Bean, a locally run coffee bar on South Lamar is putting together a day long music and arts festival to showcase local artists- some of which are regular performers at their venue.
Sound on Sound Fest is rolling out some game-changing news. Today, Margin Walker Presents announced that the festival will be held at Sherwood Forest Faire in McDade, Texas just east of Austin on November 4-6, 2016. The festival team is excited to host the event in an untraditional location: a Renaissance fair with a castle.
Austin has been a hub for live music, local or not, for decades. The music and arts scene in Austin continues to grow exponentially, as various generations liberally and fearlessly continue to shape the city year after year.
The abundance of influence on modern music is resulting in a vast, echoing melting pot of genres. Most contemporary bands are generally, indefinable. 2016, being a turning point in music history, yields the creation of new sounds and a capitalization on sounds from the past.
The most recent Blues on the Green installment came with high expectations and it definitely did not disappoint.
Danny Bravo and his bold and hardy flavored band, The Bravo, are gearing up for their new EP release titled Adulthood.
SXSW 2016 left attendees certain of one thing: brass is in. Whether it’s used as a 2nd or 3rd dimension in a band or a band’s primary instrument, 2016 holds major promise for the genre. The […]