Following additional than a yr of pandemic shutdowns, are living new music has mostly returned to the Austin location in latest months. Here’s a handful of suggested exhibits close to town for June 17-23, from major-name functions in much larger venues to sleeper picks in scaled-down places.
Thursday: Los Sundowns, Nuevo, Suzanna Choffel at C-Boy’s. A uncommon upside of bands not playing gigs throughout the pandemic was that some intriguing studio collaborations arose. Thursday evenings in June at C-Boy’s set a spotlight on two such initiatives that enhance just about every other beautifully. Nuevo, which kicks items off at 10 p.m., describes its songs as “Tejano soul” and features Austinite David Jimenez and Nashville’s Dante Schwebel fronting a team that also contains Greyhounds aces Anthony Ferrell and Andrew Trube. Subsequent at 11:30 p.m. are the Los Sundowns, a Latin-psych-rock outfit showcasing Grupo Fantasma/Brownout/Revenue Chicha mainstay Beto Martinez and drummer/DJ Daniel Villarreal of Chicago band Dos Santos. $7. Get there early for a no-protect display with nearby singer-songwriter Suzanna Choffel at 6 p.m. 2008 S. Congress Ave. cboys.com — P.B.
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Thursday-Friday: Shakey Graves, Sir Girl at Stubb’s out of doors. Alejandro Rose-Garcia unveiled his debut album “Roll the Bones” in 2011, and for a decade the persuasive collection of introspective musings laced with sparse but evocative folk preparations existed only as a fork out-what-you-wish obtain on Bandcamp. “I love that record to death,” Rose-Garcia mentioned in November. He phone calls the album “a significant labor of love” penned more than a period of time of 5 many years while he was making an attempt to explore what the Shakey Graves venture would be. A 10th anniversary vinyl edition of the album dropped in April, and these dates kick off a two-month cross-place support tour. Sir Lady, the soulful solo undertaking from Wild Child’s Kelsey Wilson, opens. $32.50 (Friday is technically bought out.) 7 p.m. doorways, 801 Crimson River St., stubbsaustin.com — D.S.S.
Friday-Saturday: Antone’s 46th Anniversary kickoff with Jackie Venson. The thirty day period-extended celebration at Austin’s House of the Blues is a vibrant cross-style affair. Celebrity Gary Clark Jr. and Houston rap weighty Lil Keke are amid the artists who will enjoy afterwards in the thirty day period, but electrical blues standout Venson is the fantastic artist to kick things off. Venson cemented her hometown hero standing final calendar year lifting spirits all over the world with her regular livestream performances and pressing the powers-that-be to make the audio landscape in her property city much more equitable. NOLA outfit Cha Wa opens Friday, Venson’s dad, Andrew Venson, opens Saturday. $20-$25. 8 p.m. 305 E. Fifth St. antonesnightclub.com — D.S.S.
Saturday: Album-release shows. Don’t forget these? They generally happened almost in the course of the pandemic, but now performers are returning to venues to rejoice their new recordings. Chose from a few on this night: rockers Sam Pace & the Gilded Grit with Aaron Stephens and Nichole Wagner at Central Equipment Is effective (4-11 p.m.) adventurous steel guitarist Anthony Locke at Sam’s Town Stage (7-9 p.m.) and Hill Country singer-songwriter Leslie Beia with Hilary York and Lonesome Heroes at Much Out Lounge (6-10 p.m.). Contact venues for protect prices. — P.B.
Sunday: Blue Oct at Haute Location. Just after introducing alone to the community with drive-in concert events all through the pandemic, this new Cedar Park location is charging forward complete-pace this spring and summer season. Haute Place characteristics reside new music on most nights, giving north-conclusion citizens with a prolonged-overdue selection to see excellent tunes without the need of driving into town. Next weekend shows with troubadour Jack Ingram and rockers Vibrant Light-weight Social Hour, Haute Spot mellows out with a distinctive acoustic established from platinum-marketing outfit Blue October. Matthew Ostrander opens. $35-$79.50. 6:30 p.m. 1501 East New Hope Travel, Cedar Park. hautespotvenue.com — P.B.
Tuesday: Jeremy Nail, Ray Benson, David Grissom at Saxon Pub. A South Austin fixture given that 1990, the Saxon specializes in presenting various independently ticketed demonstrates most nights. This just one kicks off with guitar terrific Grissom, who’s back in the saddle with his 6 p.m. weekly no-include content-hour. The 8 p.m. prime-time established characteristics Austin icon Ray Benson, whose western swing band Asleep at the Wheel is celebrating its 50th yr ($15-$25). Closing out the evening at 10 p.m. is singer-songwriter Jeremy Nail, an alum of our Austin360 Artist of the Month sequence ($10). 1320 S. Lamar Blvd. thesaxonpub.com — P.B.
Tuesday: Deer Fellow at Meanwhile Brewing. Just one of various new outside-oriented venues that popped up during the pandemic, In the meantime has quickly grow to be a common hang not just for its adventurous household-built beers but for its cost-free early-evening reveals 4 evenings a 7 days. This 1 features Deer Fellow, an enchanting duo whose latest EP “Words Unsaid” is a person of the very best releases we’ve read from an Austin act so considerably this calendar year. 7-9 p.m. 3901 Promontory Place Travel. meanwhilebeer.com — P.B.
Wednesday: Henri Herbert at East Austin Piano Shop. A boogie-blues piano master from France who’d just began to turn into omnipresent around city just before the pandemic strike, Herbert has billed back again into total equipment this spring. You can catch him at C-Boy’s, Sagebrush, Guero’s and Geraldine’s this month, but this unique clearly show is particular, as he’ll shell out tribute to piano legend Memphis Trim at an instrument keep that turned a livestream sizzling spot for the area outfit Monks Jazz in the course of the past calendar year. Tickets to the 7:30 p.m. BYO-alcoholic beverages-and-foods event are $20 at henriherbertaustin.eventbrite.com it’ll also be livestreamed for totally free on Herbert’s YouTube channel. 501 Pedernales Street #2E. eastaustinpianoshop.com — P.B.
Wednesday: Tje Austin & Miggy Milla at Geraldine’s. If you’re a fan of easy and pretty R&B and simmering acoustic soul, this is your ticket. Very best recognized for his confessional appreciate songs, Austin released “I Can not Breathe,” a painstaking reflection on the loss of life of George Floyd, a single of most strong tracks to emerge from very last summer’s civil legal rights motion. Milla’s most up-to-date “Gone” is a delightful serving of summery soul pop that will lift even the loneliest heart. No address (reservations proposed). 8:30 p.m., 605 Davis St. geraldinesaustin.com — D.S.S.