Austin music is coming your way to wash away any dreary, pre-winter blues. No matter what’s going on in the world, you can always find a slice of happiness in Austin’s music scene.
When: Friday, November 18, 7:30
Where: The Mohawk
Cost: $10 advance/$12 at the door
Book it over to The Mohawk this Friday for a slew of stellar Austin artists. Mobley, Missio, and MCG will get you dancing all night long. You’ll definitely want to stay for the headliner, though. Edgy, infectious and raw, The Digital Wild never shies away from surging emotion. This Austin trio brings indie-electronica to life, but even their stripped down acoustic renditions will reel you in. Check out their acoustic version of “California” below. The sweeping melody will whisk you away.
Microsessions VII with Jackie Venson, Will Courtney, Crystal Fulbright, Stevie Tombstone
When: Saturday, November 19th, 10:45
Where: Music Lab on Oltorf
Cost: $8 advance/$10 day of show
The words “speed dating” may send some of you into an anxious, jittery mess, but the Music Lab on Oltorf helps you find love a little differently. This night of speed dating is about all about finding your musical match. Jackie Venson, Will Courtney, Crystal Fulbright, and Stevie Tombstone will each play a fifteen minute set. During that time, audience members can figure out which artist their ears have the most chemistry with. After each season, ticket holders can pick which full concert they want to see. Will Jackie Venson’s smooth guitar licks reel you in? Or will you fall in love with Will Courtney’s Texas-infused indie rock? Come out on Saturday night and see what new musical love lies in store.
When: Sunday, November 20th, 5:00 PM
Every Sunday, blues lovers can bask in the soul-reviving goodness of living legend, Miss Lavelle White. Miss Lavelle has been rocking people’s dancing feet since the ’50s when she signed with Duke Records out of Houston. At 87 years old, Miss Lavelle can bring down the house like no other.
When: Wednesday, November 23rd, 8:00 PM
You’ve heard his catchy hits on the radio and now you can groove to his music live at 3TEN on Wednesday. Max Frost will charm the crowd with his infectious melodies and stage presence. 3TEN is The Moody Theatre’s sister venue, and it’s small environment is the perfect, intimate setting for such a vibrant show. Don’t miss Max Frost with Sinclair this Wednesday.