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Sigur Ros

Often, when people refer to a band, the word “epic” gets thrown around rather irresponsibly. When you read about that “epic” Creed performance or that “epic” Taylor Swift show, the adjective begins to feel watered down, and rightfully so. Sure, it’s all a matter of subjectiveness, but by definition the word refers to a “long, narrative, poem” and few bands deliver a …

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Deftones at ACL

Sacramento legends, the Deftones, cruised into town Friday night, selling out the coveted ACL Live at the Moody Theater. The band is currently touring on 2012’s Koi No Yokan and any signs of aging were absent from their action packed show. The fountain of youth may have been visited by Chino Moreno and his band mates, but it seems to …

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Ed Sheeran at Stubb’s

w/Foy Vance and Rizzle Kicks, Stubb’s Amphitheater, January 19, 2013 PHOTO GALLERY All photos © 2013 Jim Chapin Photography. Please do not use without written permission. Images may be available for licensing or as prints.

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Eddie Money

Set List: Baby Hold On, Wanna Be A Rock ‘N’ Roll Star, Walk on Water, No Control, One More Soldier Coming Home, Trinidad, I Wanna Go Back, You Really Got a Hold on Me, Gimme Some Water, Maureen, Call on Me, Get a Move On, Take Me Home Tonight (Be My Baby), I Think I’m in Love, Two Tickets to …

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An Evening with OK Computer

The new One-2-One bar hosted a tribute to celebrate the 15th (and a half) anniversary of Radiohead’s album, OK Computer. Tickets sold out days before the show and the musicians dedicated countless hours in preparation for An Evening with OK Computer. Covering Radiohead’s Ok Computer Album isn’t an easy task by any means. Elaborate tempo changes to claustrophobic melodies make …

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Gimme Shelter: A Hurricane Sandy Benefit

Some Austinites with Jersey roots got together to help raise funds for the home turf. You know the story of what happened with Hurricane Sandy, but the ending is far from being written for thousands of people affected by the storm. Organized by Bassist Robbie Venturini and his wife Shug, the event brought together some of Austin’s finest musicians. Between …

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Patty Griffin and Robert Plant

Luck was on my side when I chanced upon a Facebook post by fellow Austin photographer Kristy Duff Wallace excitedly announcing her purchase of tickets to see Patty Griffin at the Continental Club. I quickly surfed over to the Continental Club’s website and lo and behold, tickets were on sale for Ms. Griffin and her “driver”. Patty at the Continental …

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Grace Potter and the Nocturnals

Grace Potter and the Nocturnals received a racous reception as they hit the Stubb’s stage with the opening sequence to the title song of their latest album “The Lion, The Beast, The Beat.” Initially starting on keyboards but quickly moving to center stage and strapping on her Gibson Flying V guitar, Grace was the obvious focal point. She exhibited pure …