Sunday, September 1, 2013

Featured Shows; Week of 9/1/13

Hello, and happy September! You've dropped by the right place for your Labor Day week live music shows in DFW! Another great week of quality music here in North Texas with our featured shows. As I have mentioned, we have become a nonprofit in Texas, working on setting everything up, but we are always looking for more people to join our cause. Also, mark your calendars, Friday November 29th is Live Music DFW's first event! Full lineup to come soon. Without further ado, our featured weekly shows for the week of 9/1/13.

Sunday 9/1
Join in for the Bedford Blues and Barbeque festival, closing out tonight with Buddy Guy, the man, the musician, the legend. A powerhouse in Chicago Blues for half a century, this man is an influence to many of the greats; Stevie Ray Vaughn, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton...the list goes on. I've seen Guy on 3 seperate occasions, and had a chance to meet him when I was in High School. Buddy Guy is definitely Someone you should see before you or he (he's 70+) die. Show info can be located here.

(Buddy and I at Legends in Chicago 2008)

Monday 9/2
The Reggae Monday Sept. Residency at the Sundown at Granada, is noneother than Sensible, a local Reggae act that will be taking the stage every Monday in September at 11pm. Show details are here.

Tuesday 9/3
Pearl Street Riot is at Love and War in Texas - Plano on Tuesday, bringing their Alt-Country/Rock n' Roll soundtrack with them. This quartet comes from Paris Texas, and will give Plano a night of great tunes. Show info here.

Wednesday 9/4
BOYFRNDZ and Cleanup play at Hailey's on Wednesday, playing a Phychedellic/Jam/Rock show. Boyfrndz are from Austin and Cleanup is from Ft. Worth. Show info can be found here.

Thursday 9/5
The Kessler Theater hosts Ray Wylie Hubbard on Thursday for a live album recording. Riding that line of Blues, Folk, and Americana, Ray Wylie Hubbard is exactly the type of act to see at the intimate Kessler. Show info is here.

Friday 9/6
Govinda is to play at the Green Elephant on Friday. A classically trained violinist, Shane Madden "Govinda" produces and composes what I'd like to call a cross between Trance, Experimental, Tribal, and Classical. He will be at the Green Elephant for a Friday Night show. Info is located here.

Saturday 9/7
NOLA's Jazz Revival Movement post-Katrina gave birth to many Funky new Jazz groups out of the city. One such group is the Rebirth Brass Band, who are in Dallas Saturday at the Granada Theater. With local opening acts The Effinays and Gravity Feed (Two of our close friends), this should be a great night of music! Show info is located here.

Well that's it, those are our shows! I will soon be starting a Venue Spotlight Column, as well as other cool things coming from Live Music DFW all the time. Stay posted, and keep jammin' my friends!


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