Banter Review: The Afghan Whigs at Wonder Ballroom, November 2

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Here's the deal: concert reviews are pretty perfunctory, self-indulgent exercises in so-called music criticism. There are enough people taking pictures of or taping big live shows and then uploading those images to the Web that you can see for yourself whether it was a success or not. And if you really wanted to go, wouldn't you have gone? So instead of giving you a blow-by-blow account of the Afghan ...   More
 
Monday, November 5, 2012 ROBERT HAM

From Rose City to Austin City: An ACL Wrap-Up

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When Austin City Limits Music Festival began in 2002, it lasted two days and attracted close to 40,000 fans. Wilco, Shawn Colvin and hometown guitar hero Gary Clark Jr. occupied a bill of 70-some acts. Clark, responsible for this year’s most memorable set, was just a high-schooler, eager to play on a big stage in a festival with an unpredictable future. Austin, the self-proclaimed “Live Music ...   More
 
Wednesday, October 17, 2012 MARK STOCK

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