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Loving the music at the Saddleback Bluegrass Festival

Loving the music at the Saddleback Bluegrass Festival

Tonight's picks: Dana Falconberry at Stubb’s (inside). Austin singer-songwriter Dana Falconberry, who released a new EP at the beginning of the year, matches her image-rich songwriting with a talented backing band. Free. 10 p.m. 801 Red River St. stubbsaustin.com. Click through for more.

Tonight's picks: Dana Falconberry at Stubb’s (inside). Austin singer-songwriter Dana Falconberry, who released a new EP at the beginning of the year, matches her image-rich songwriting with a talented backing band. Free. 10 p.m. 801 Red River St. stubbsaustin.com. Click through for more.

FRIDAY Music Pick: Dana Falconberry at the Mohawk. Michigan-raised singer-songwriter Dana Falconberry is among Austin’s more exciting and promising talents, painting rich lyrical pictures against equally evocative music. With Some Say Leland. 9 p.m. $6. 912 Red River St. www.mohawkaustin.com - Peter Mongillo

FRIDAY Music Pick: Dana Falconberry at the Mohawk. Michigan-raised singer-songwriter Dana Falconberry is among Austin’s more exciting and promising talents, painting rich lyrical pictures against equally evocative music. With Some Say Leland. 9 p.m. $6. 912 Red River St. www.mohawkaustin.com - Peter Mongillo

Taste on Tour: Food on the Road - TasteOnTour.com

Taste on Tour: Food on the Road - TasteOnTour.com

Summer time is touring season for bands, large and small. Robert Baldwin, left, Seth Gibbs, William Gosup, Chris Balcom, Sabrina Ellis, Adam Harlow and Mark Stoney are members of two bands, Bobby Jealousy and the Shivery Shakes, going on tour together next week. They'll load themselves and their instruments into a van and hit the road to New Jersey. Photo by Alberto Martinez, American-Statesman. Click through for our article on local bands on the road.

Summer time is touring season for bands, large and small. Robert Baldwin, left, Seth Gibbs, William Gosup, Chris Balcom, Sabrina Ellis, Adam Harlow and Mark Stoney are members of two bands, Bobby Jealousy and the Shivery Shakes, going on tour together next week. They'll load themselves and their instruments into a van and hit the road to New Jersey. Photo by Alberto Martinez, American-Statesman. Click through for our article on local bands on the road.

FRIDAY music pick: Deep Time at Mohawk. Deep Time (formerly Yellow Fever), the duo of Jennifer Moore and Adam Jones, don’t sound quite like anything else in Austin or anywhere else. On their recent self-titled album, Moore’s sometimes strange and haunting voice comes together with Jones’ percussion work to create creepy, original music. With Hidden Ritual and Black gum. 9 p.m. $6. 912 Red River St. www.mohawkaustin.com. - Peter Mongillo

FRIDAY music pick: Deep Time at Mohawk. Deep Time (formerly Yellow Fever), the duo of Jennifer Moore and Adam Jones, don’t sound quite like anything else in Austin or anywhere else. On their recent self-titled album, Moore’s sometimes strange and haunting voice comes together with Jones’ percussion work to create creepy, original music. With Hidden Ritual and Black gum. 9 p.m. $6. 912 Red River St. www.mohawkaustin.com. - Peter Mongillo

Sunday's music pick: Cheap Trick at ACL Live. One of the great rock bands of the late 20th century. You want to hear how hard rock dynamics and Beatles pop can co-exist flawlessly? Check out Cheap Trick’s first four excellent albums. And as inappropriate as the title might be, “Surrender” would make a great national anthem. And they still rock. Doors at 6:30 p.m., show at 8 p.m. $45 to $85. 310 W. Second St. ww.acl-live.com — J.G.

Sunday's music pick: Cheap Trick at ACL Live. One of the great rock bands of the late 20th century. You want to hear how hard rock dynamics and Beatles pop can co-exist flawlessly? Check out Cheap Trick’s first four excellent albums. And as inappropriate as the title might be, “Surrender” would make a great national anthem. And they still rock. Doors at 6:30 p.m., show at 8 p.m. $45 to $85. 310 W. Second St. ww.acl-live.com — J.G.

Music Source: Keen brings his off-color Christmas style to ACL Live

Music Source: Keen brings his off-color Christmas style to ACL Live

Thursday Music Pick: Zoltars, Love Collector, David Israel and Boone Graham at Beerland. A trip through different worlds of Austin’s underground music scene, with the punk, the weird and the folky sides all represented. $5. 9 p.m. 711 Red River St. www.beerlandtexas.com. — Peter Mongillo

Thursday Music Pick: Zoltars, Love Collector, David Israel and Boone Graham at Beerland. A trip through different worlds of Austin’s underground music scene, with the punk, the weird and the folky sides all represented. $5. 9 p.m. 711 Red River St. www.beerlandtexas.com. — Peter Mongillo

Jane, Kevin, and Bennie and The Jets...favorite scene by far *0:36 [27 Dresses]

Jane, Kevin, and Bennie and The Jets...favorite scene by far *0:36 [27 Dresses]

Profile: The von Trapps, who now live in Dripping Springs. Yes... those von Trapps.

Profile: The von Trapps, who now live in Dripping Springs. Yes... those von Trapps.

Wednesday’s pick: Blues on the Green with Ben Kweller & Amy Cook

Wednesday’s pick: Blues on the Green with Ben Kweller & Amy Cook

Free this weekend: Golden Boys (Record Release), The Best, Bobby Jealousy, Sweet Talk and Dj Ben Tipton

Free this weekend: Golden Boys (Record Release), The Best, Bobby Jealousy, Sweet Talk and Dj Ben Tipton

Marmalakes at the Parish. Marmalakes play mellow pop-folk defined by super-relaxed vocals with an emphasis on harmony and restrained, precise instrumentals that are equal parts smoky club and lazy summer day. With Wild Child, Shakey Graves (pictured) and Sadie and the Blue-Eyed. 8 p.m. $7. 214 E. Sixth St. theparishaustin.com — Peter Mongillo

Marmalakes at the Parish. Marmalakes play mellow pop-folk defined by super-relaxed vocals with an emphasis on harmony and restrained, precise instrumentals that are equal parts smoky club and lazy summer day. With Wild Child, Shakey Graves (pictured) and Sadie and the Blue-Eyed. 8 p.m. $7. 214 E. Sixth St. theparishaustin.com — Peter Mongillo

Tonight's pick: Two Hoots & a Holler, Dave Alvin & the Guilty Ones at the Continental Club. Now there is some roots rock. Rick Broussard’s Two Hoots crew playing with a band fronted by one of his biggest fans, former Blaster and X guitarist Dave Alvin. 9 p.m. $15. 1315 S. Congress Ave. www.continentalclub.com

Tonight's pick: Two Hoots & a Holler, Dave Alvin & the Guilty Ones at the Continental Club. Now there is some roots rock. Rick Broussard’s Two Hoots crew playing with a band fronted by one of his biggest fans, former Blaster and X guitarist Dave Alvin. 9 p.m. $15. 1315 S. Congress Ave. www.continentalclub.com