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Austin City Limits: Friday, September 26, 2008

1:00pm
When I arrived on Friday the first thing I heard as I approached the entrance was Willie’s daughter, Paula Nelson, and her band covering Dylan’s “It Ain’t Me Babe.” I listened in passing to a few from swing gurus, Asleep at the Wheel, on my way to see Christopher Deny.

1:30pm
The first full set I listened […]

"Heart Attack" by Low vs Diamond

SO BORING! Great song, TERRIBLE video!! I waited so long for this?! Ok, ok I’m calm now… don’t worry guys I still love you.

Amos Lee Concert Review

I have the Best Buy salesman to thank for approaching me while I was browsing and introducing me to Amos Lee three years ago when his debut self-titled album was released. I saw him last night at the Meridian in Houston. He started with the first track off this debut album, “Keep It Lose, Keep […]

Hurricane Ike

Why I was complacent about Hurricane Ike causing any real damage is puzzling to me now. I only really started to worry when I left work on Thursday around noon and saw several businesses and households boarding up windows.

Now, in the aftermath I am saddened by the massive destruction and devastation to […]

"J. Smith" by Travis

“J. Smith” is the first single from Travis’ new album, Ode to J. Smith. The album will be released on September 29, 2008 but this song was released on the EP on June 30, 2008. The band recorded at RAK Studios in London. The trivia fact here is that the RAK is […]

Kate Voegele Concert Review

I went to Warehouse Live Friday night for yet another concert. This one was very very small. The show was on the small stage with the rest of the warehouse closed off. The merch table was planted in the small room as well and we were pushed through the back entrance by the bathrooms. Anyway, […]

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Concert Review

I went to the Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers tour on Friday August 29, 2008 at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. It was the last show of a three month tour starting at Van Andel in Grand Rapids, Michigan and ending at The Woodlands, Texas.

Steve Winwood was the opening act. Remember the song “Higher Love?” […]