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Austin Events: September 17 – 19

September 17, 2010

Friday, September 17th

Citizen Cope, Night One

Check out Clarence Greenwood’s laid-back show tonight at Stubb’s.  Doors at 7 pm.  Tickets are $30 and you can get them here.

The Bright Light Social Hour CD Release

One of Austin’s most exciting and innovative live bands celebrates the release of their first full-length album tonight at Antone’s.  Doors at 8 pm.  Tickets are $17.50 and you can get them here.

KVRX Concert Series

Local radio station KVRX hosts a lineup of local bands tonight at the United States Art Authority.  Doors are at 7 pm and the cover is $5.  See the full lineup and the set times here.

Gadfly DreamFactory Presents Miami Horror and French Horn Rebellion

Dance your face off to some electro-dance pop tonight at The Phoenix, doors at 7:30 pm.  Tickets are $20 and you can get them here.

From the promoter:

Gadfly will be hosting their first and second performance of their newly released album!  This event will have a few complimentary drinks during fashion show, and will host Gadfly’s Fall Women’s Clothing Collection 2010 as well Gadfly Indie Designer “LaLa Saville” collection.  There will also be a raffle for a live art piece that will be made during show.

The Skatalites and Doreen Shaffer

Reggae ska legends The Skatalites will perform at The Flamingo Cantina tonight.  Doors at 9 pm.  Cover is $20.

Saturday, September 18th

Tallest Man on Earth with S. Carey

See an up-and-coming singer-songwriter at Antone’s tomorrow night.  Doors at 8 pm.  Check Craigslist for tickets!

Citizen Cope, Night Two

Night 2 at Stubb’s.

Whitman with Politics

2 local bands will play at the ND at 501 Studios.  It’s FREE!  Doors at 9 pm.

The Belleville Outfit with Kalu James

Check out an eclectic show at Momo’s tomorrow night.  Doors at 10 pm.

From the promoter:

Gigs connected by long winding roads through North Carolina, Texas, Tennessee and on to Colorado and California, via the many places in between, have helped weave the charm and energy that defines The Belleville Outfit’s second album, TIME TO STAND, which was released in May of 2009. The album showcases the young band’s signature style of gypsy swing, jazz, big band, country and Americana roots music, highlighted by songs including “Sunday Morning,” “Nothing’s Too Good for My Baby” and “Once and For All.” Time to Stand follows the band’s successful 2008 self-released debut, WANDERIN’, which spent more than 20 weeks on the Americana radio chart, rising to 10.

Sleepy Sun with True Widow, Astronaut Suit and Brother Ghost

This looks to be an interesting show at The Parish.  Doors at 8:30 pm.  Tickets are $10 and you can buy them here.

From the promoter:

Sleepy Sun is a California band from many Californias. They hail from the rolling oak and sage hills of Sierra Gold Country, The San Francisco Peninsula, where Kesey raged and the Dead were once Warlocks, and the forever-sunshine climes of the Southland. They came together—young and garage strutting in the coastal Northern California crucible of Santa Cruz. And there they birthed the Sleepy sound—dead blues shaken alive, razor sharp and ramblin’, soul, sonic science and dead-on pop surgery. Wooden, earthy, stratospheric, and swinging…California music of beautiful contrasts for conflicted times.

RED RIVER REGGAE ROCK: Tin Can Phone, Shark Attack, Sons of the Beach, DJ Ivor

Check out some Texas reggae bands at Club Encore, doors at 9 pm.  Cover is $7, or buy advance tickets for $6 here.

Sunday, September 19th

Death Letters, Suncopters

The Dutch rock band Death Letters hits up the Beauty Bar on Sunday.  Doors at 10 pm.

Night Fever: Vol V The Reggae Edition, with Nappy Riddem (DC), el john (Thievery Corp) and Jah Mighty (Ring the Alarm)

A great way to spend a Sunday.  It’s happening at The Scoot Inn, doors at 9 pm.  Cost is $6 before 11 pm and $8 after.

Bullet For My Valentine with Escape The Fate & Black Tide

A hard rock and metal show at Stubb’s.  Doors at 6 pm, tickets are $31.  Pick them up here.

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