6 Reasons You Must See Travis Meadows Live

by Britni Rachal on October 8, 2018

Hit songwriter Travis Meadows is touring with his latest release First Cigarette (Blaster Records). The new album features Meadows' unflinching candor and peerless songwriting. After hearing him at Austin’s Saxon Pub recently, here’s why we think he’s...

Photo Credit: Charles Reagan Hackleman

Your Austin City Limits Music Festival Cheat Sheet (Weekend One)

by Daniel Ramirez on October 2, 2018

(Photo Credit: Charles Reagan Hackleman) It is almost time. The stages are set up and the park has been sealed. Supplies are purchased and lineup changes made on the fly. Everything is ready for a...

A Magical Place: Lucius at the Texas Theatre in Dallas

by Daniel Ramirez on September 27, 2018

Just past a line of insurance providers, a few pawn shops, a low-cost optical storefront or two, and more than a few convenience stores – all vibrant with neon-colored window signs in Spanish, vying for...

A Great Concert Experience, Plus Fun for a Family Weekend

by Gabi De la Rosa on September 24, 2018

With easy access to downtown, and upwards of 50 concerts a year, the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion has become a favorite destination for Houston concertgoers. Located in The Woodlands, the performing arts venue is also...

5 Reasons Why River City Rockfest 2018 is a Must-Do

by Brian Maass on September 18, 2018

San Antonio’s River City Rockfest is known for bringing in the biggest rock bands, and this year is no exception. Industry rock legends Nine Inch Nails will be the headliner Sept. 22 of what many...

#MusicMonday: The Wonder of Alice in Chains

by Brian Maass on September 17, 2018

On a stormy night in Austin, TX, where thunder boomed overhead at the Moody Theater, Alice in Chains rocked the sold-out crowd at ACL Live. Touring in support of their latest album, “Rainier Fog,” the...

#Music Monday: Imagine Dragons Evolve in Austin

by Brian Maass on August 13, 2018

In 2009, an unknown band played in a “Utah’s Got Talent” contest and won. Their prize was $2500 and the opportunity to be one of five bands to open for Kelly Clarkson. Imagine Dragons was...

“25 Years and Counting” in Austin Combines Crows & Live

by Brian Maass on July 26, 2018

On a hot summer night recently at the Austin360 Amphitheater, fans were treated to a nostalgic performance from not just the headliner Counting Crows, but also from the opening act Live. The name “25 Years...