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Art and Lisa to perform in Boerne on Aug. 9
Posted by mcdbird   •   Tuesday, 2014-July-22
BOERNE, Texas—Songwriters and singers Art and Lisa will perform their country-folk songs with harmonizing vocals at Moondance – the annual outdoor concert series at the Cibolo Nature Center & Farm – from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. Aug 9.

The vocals of Art Crawford and Lisa Beck of Bandera have been called tender, earthy, organic and raw. Influenced by the likes of Jimmy Lafave, Waylon Jennings and Emmy Lou Harris, Art and Lisa have been nominated twice for the Texas Music Awards’ Vocal Duo of the Year and were inducted into the Bandera Music Hall of Fame in October 2012 as a vocal duo, with Beck also inducted as songwriter of the year. Their second album, “Healin’ Time,” was released in 2011.

They will be joined onstage by celebrated guitarist John Inmon of Austin, known for providing guitar licks for such notables as Townes van Zandt, Jimmy LaFave, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Joe Ely, Delbert Mcclinton, the Lost Gonzo Band, Bruce Robison and Jerry Jeff Walker. Inmon produced and played guitar on Art and Lisa’s “Healin’ Time” album.

Concert-goers may bring picnics, lawn chairs and blankets, children, grandparents and nice dogs on leashes. Dancing shoes are recommended. The Hippie Mommas from San Antonio will bring their food truck, offering “comfort food with attitude” for sale.

Admission to Moondance costs $10, $7.50 for CNC members and $5 for those 65 and older, with kids 12 and under admitted free.

The Cibolo Nature Center & Farm in Boerne is located on 162 acres of natural lands at Boerne City Park off Highway 46 just west of the Kendall County Fairgrounds. The mission of the non-profit CNC is conservation of natural resources through education and stewardship. Call (830) 249-4616 or visit Cibolo.org.
The Court Jesters will bring rock and R&B to Boerne on July 12
Posted by mcdbird   •   Wednesday, 2014-July-09
Calling themselves “San Antonio’s Band of Lawyers,” The Court Jesters really are mostly lawyers who will bring their horn-driven rock and rhythm-and-blues classics to Moondance – the annual outdoor concert series at the Cibolo Nature Center & Farm – from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. July 12.

The Court Jesters band was formed in 2005 when a group of San Antonio lawyers teamed up to perform for the San Antonio Bar Association and Bar Foundation Installation Dinner and Dance Gala. Members today include Doug Walsdorf, Bobby Trevino (the band’s only non-lawyer), Brett Rowe, Dave Parent, Frank Menchaca, Mike Jackson, Sol Casseb, Joe Casseb, Steve Barrera and Ruben Barrera performing various combinations of trumpet, saxophone, flugelhorn, trombone, keyboards, drums, guitar, bass and vocals.

The Cibolo Nature Center & Farm’s long-running spring-to-fall concert series under the oak trees will continue monthly through September on the Saturdays closest to the full moon. Each band will perform its own version of the classic Van Morrison song “Moondance.”

Concert-goers may bring picnics, lawn chairs and blankets, children, grandparents and nice dogs on leashes. Dancing shoes are recommended. The Hippie Mommas from San Antonio will bring their food truck, offering “comfort food with attitude” for sale.

Admission to Moondance costs $10, $7.50 for CNC members and $5 for those 65 and older, with kids 12 and under admitted free.

The Cibolo Nature Center & Farm in Boerne is located on 162 acres of natural lands at Boerne City Park off Highway 46 just west of the Kendall County Fairgrounds. The mission of the non-profit CNC is conservation of natural resources through education and stewardship. Call (830) 249-4616 or visit Cibolo.org.
ChordForte Presents: Lance Herbstrong w/local ATX artists
Posted by carlosmartin949   •   Monday, 2014-June-02
The movement known as Lance Herbstrong will be playing a free show at Amped (300 E. SIxth Street) Doors at 8pm!

Presented by ChordForte
Sponsored by RedBull ATX & So-Gnar
#connectingmusic #doaustin #xgamesaustin

Knights 9pm
Scorpio Rising 10pm
Lance Herbstrong 11pm
Park N Murray 1am

RSVP here: EventBrite
FB event: Herbstrong Event
Follow us: ChordForte Twitter, ChordForte Instagram, ChordForte FB
Ruben V to bring bluesy blend to Moondance in Boerne on June 14
Posted by mcdbird   •   Friday, 2014-May-30
Singer-songwriter and guitar player Ruben V will perform his blend of blues, soul, Latin sounds and rock at Moondance – the annual outdoor concert series at the Cibolo Nature Center & Farm – from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. June 14.

A music veteran with eight solo CDs and 14 group albums under his belt, Ruben V has shared the stage with such notable musicians as B.B. King, Los Lonely Boys, Delbert McClinton and The Fabulous Thunderbirds. The Ruben V band also includes James Pickens, bass; Gabe Herrera, percussion; Steve Mendez, drums; and Onel Jimenez, saxophone.

Concert-goers may bring picnics, lawn chairs and blankets, children, grandparents and nice dogs on leashes. Dancing shoes are recommended. The Hippie Mommas from San Antonio will bring their food truck, offering “comfort food with attitude” for sale.

Admission to Moondance costs $10, $7.50 for CNC members and $5 for those 65 and older, with kids 12 and under admitted free. Proceeds from the concerts help support nature education and outreach programs at the CNC.

The Cibolo Nature Center & Farm in Boerne is located on 162 acres of natural lands at Boerne City Park off Highway 46 just west of the Kendall County Fairgrounds. The mission of the non-profit CNC is conservation of natural resources through education and stewardship. Call (830) 249-4616 or visit Cibolo.org.
DAVID JEWELL AND BRIAN CUTEAN'S WORDSTRING OUROBOROS
Posted by Listen   •   Sunday, 2014-May-18
SUNDAY JUNE 15, 2014
 7:30 pm
HYDE PARK THEATRE
511 W. 43rd St.
Austin, TX 78703

Tickets $5-15 sliding scale.
All ages are welcome.

DAVID JEWELL AND BRIAN CUTEAN combine their many years of elliptical storytelling
and feverish brainmindhearts to present an evening of
music, spoken word, sonic surprise and special guests,
Sunday June 15 at Hyde Park Theatre in a 7:30 pm show.

Jewell is poet, storyteller, author, actor and stream of consciousness visionary imagineer
who chronicles the 21st century mind and its many idiosyncracies. He and his writing have appeared in two Richard Linklater movies, "Before Sunset" and "Waking Life" and he's shared shows
with Laurie Anderson and Leon Redbone.
His books are time bombs already detonating in another generation.
His bio says he was "born in blank and lives in and."

Cutean, a teller of offbeat street-tales filled with wordplay-metafable and songs from a colorful guitar,
was a mainstay of Austin music in the 1980’s and 90s. He performed often at The Cactus Café, Chicago House,
Maggie Mae’s, The Other Side, Folkville Ice Cream
and other long gone venerable venues.
Now living in the Pacific Northwest, he rides into Texas annually.
With an animated and unusual writing voice in these days of swift change, overwhelming news,
and a glut of a manufactured culture, his 30 years of albums include the recent
wordless Guitarred and Feathered and an ee cummings poem in a musical setting like no other.

Visit: website http://www.qtnrg.org
Video:
QTN http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pMkJ70U5ZrE
David Jewell http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pdt_h41r7fM
The Lost Mule Band will come to Moondance in Boerne on May 10
Posted by mcdbird   •   Sunday, 2014-April-27
The Lost Mule Band will bring its unique mix of traditional country, classic rock, blues and Texas swing to Moondance – the annual outdoor concert series at the Cibolo Nature Center & Farm – from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. May 10.

Most of the six self-described “homegrown” musicians in The Lost Mule Band have been performing together for more than 25 years, playing traditional country, classic rock, blues, Texas swing, folk and original tunes.

Concert-goers may bring picnics, lawn chairs and blankets, children, grandparents and nice dogs on leashes. Dancing shoes are recommended. Melting Point’s food truck will be on hand on May 10, featuring “Texas born and bread” gourmet grilled-cheese sandwiches.

Admission to Moondance costs $10, $7.50 for CNC members and $5 for those 65 and older, with kids 12 and under admitted free. Season tickets are available for $40, $35 for CNC members.

The Cibolo Nature Center & Farm in Boerne is located on 162 acres of natural lands at Boerne City Park off Highway 46 just west of the Kendall County Fairgrounds. The mission of the non-profit CNC is conservation of natural resources through education and stewardship. Call (830) 249-4616 or visit Cibolo.org.
Carrie Elkin will headline "Brandon's Review" on April 26 in Boerne
Posted by mcdbird   •   Wednesday, 2014-April-02
The Cibolo Nature Center & Farm will host “Brandon’s Revue” – a singer-songwriter showcase – from 6:30 to 11 p.m. Saturday, April 26, on the grounds of the center’s nature preserve. Carrie Elkin, who has emerged as one of the defining voices among Texas singer-songwriters for the power of her live performances, will headline the show. Danny Everitt and Jack Saunders, teaming up as a duo, and Matt Harlan also will perform on the nature center’s outdoor stage under the Hill Country oaks.

“Brandon’s Revue” kicks off the Cibolo Nature Center & Farm’s annual family-friendly Moondance outdoor concert series, held from April to September as a fundraiser for the non-profit nature-education organization.

Tickets to “Brandon’s Revue” cost $25 in advance from Outhouse Tickets or $30 at the gate; children under 12 will be admitted free.

The Cibolo Nature Center & Farm is located on 160 acres of natural lands at 140 City Park Road, just west of the Kendall County Fairgrounds in Boerne.

Gates will open at 6 p.m., with food and soft drinks available for purchase on site. Visitors to “Brandon’s Revue” also may bring picnic baskets, small ice chests and their own beverages, as well as lawn chairs or blankets to sit on. Cathy’s Sweets will also be on hand with homemade chocolate truffles and more. The event is designed to appeal to families from children to grandparents.

“Brandon’s Revue” is a benefit for the Cibolo Nature Center & Farm’s Moondance concert series, which in turn helps support CNC nature education and outreach programs.

After “Brandon’s Revue,” Moondance concerts will continue each month through Sept. 13 on the Saturdays closest to the full moon.
Super Heroes Under the Dome
Posted by info   •   Thursday, 2014-February-27
Cinematic Symphony music of your favorite super heroes (like the Justice League, Avengers, & more) performed live under the rotunda of the State Capitol building! This will actually be a world premiere performance of Justice League since we were asked to create the arrangement!

Saturday, March 15th at 12:00 Noon

Invite your friends and family. Costumes not required, but hey, why not wear yours & keep Austin weird?

THIS IS ANOTHER FREE CONCERT! And free Capitol parking for 2 hours.

This is a 501c3 nonprofit event supporting Austin area school music programs. Donations accepted.

Pan Americana Festival 2014
Posted by dromero   •   Wednesday, 2014-February-26
Located at the state of the art Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center (by Rainy St.), the 4th annual Pan Americana Festival brings to you artists like Nortec Collective: Bostich & Fussible, Los Amigos Invisibles, 3BallMTY, Mexican Institute of Sound and many more during SXSW Music Week! March 14th & 15th 2 PM - 11 PM Food, games for children, and music and dance all evening. 600 River St. 78701 JOIN THE EXPERIENCE! Share the Passion.
Paula Maya - Global Divas - THU MAR 6 @ One 2 One
Posted by Paula Maya   •   Monday, 2014-February-17
Hey all, I'm thrilled to be part of this show, a Wobeon pre-SXSW party at ONE-2-ONE BAR. What a bargain! Great venue, four talented bands fronted by four talented female artists.
Please do mark your calendars, and join the event here:
Facebook Invite
1509 South Lamar Austin, 78704
Paula Maya - Tribute to Tom Jobim, plus. SAT MAR 1 @ Russian House
Posted by Paula Maya   •   Monday, 2014-February-17
Paula Maya and band will be back @ Russian House, in downtown Austin, on Sat Mar 1st,  7-10pm 1st hour is a Tribute to Tom Jobim and Bossa Nova.
Paula Maya
307 East 5th St, 78701 in downtown Austin
15th Annual African American Community Heritage Festival
Posted by akanumba9   •   Thursday, 2014-February-13
The 15th Annual African American Community Heritage Festival concludes Austin’s celebration of Black History Month. This year’s festival features musical performances, arts and crafts, food, and a health fair, which all highlight the talent and contributions of Austin’s African American community. The festival takes place Saturday, February 22, 2014 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Huston-Tillotson University (900 Chicon Street) in East Austin. State Representative Dawnna Dukes is organizing the event in partnership with Huston-Tillotson University, Women in Jazz, City of Austin, and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas. The 2014 African American Community Heritage Festival is a free event with activities suitable for all ages. The festival celebrates the coming together of individuals to strengthen the community with a focus on family fun and community outreach. This is a day for fun, food, and family, complete with live entertainment, interactive and educational activities for children, and a variety of artistic performances. Festival attendees can enjoy live musical performances from Grammy Award-winning artist Howard Hewitt, “Austin’s First Lady of Jazz” Pam Hart, Soultree Collective, the award-winning Reagan High School Marching Band, and the dance group Step N Motion. There will be additional dance performances from FLAVA Dance Company and Tropical Productions. Mayor Pro-tem Sheryl Cole and the Major Taylor Club of Austin, which promotes cycling in minority communities, are leading a bicycle ride during the festival. As the community comes together for an afternoon of entertainment, fun, and celebration, festival go-ers further support the East Austin community as funds from the festival go towards the Huston-Tillotson University Scholarship Program. For additional information contact Pam Parker at pamparker@austinheritagefestival.org or 512-222-7118.
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