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Alan Parsons Live Project
Sep 4, 2021
Sep 13, 2021
The Wood Brothers
Sep 17, 2021
Sep 27, 2021
Tower of Power
Oct 1, 2021
September 4, 2021
Grammy-winning songwriter, producer and engineer Alan Parsons had a hand at creating some of classic rock's most memorable albums, from Abbey Road to Dark Side Of The Moon. But when he wasn't creating collaborative musical magic in the studio, the multi-talented muso was cultivating a cult following thanks to his solo endeavours, releasing twelve mind-bending progressive rock albums between 1974 and 2014.
September 13, 2021
Legendary jazz pianist Herbie Hancock is considered to be one of the most innovative jazz musicians of all time. The early days of his journey as an artist saw him redefine the term 'rhythm section' in the Miles Davis Quintet, widely regarded as one of the finest jazz ensembles to ever grace the stage and thereafter his mounting collaborations and solo works tracked the evolution of a breathtakingly original and pioneering style
September 17, 2021
Folk-rock trio The Wood Brother set off on another set of live dates in 2020 in support of their 2018 self-produced and self-recorded album, 'One Drop of Truth'. Catch Oliver, Chris and Jano as they bring their bluesy sound to you. Set to release their eighth record in January, you can expect to hear hits old and new!
September 27, 2021
Boz Scaggs is an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist. He rose to fame in the 1970s with several Top 20 Hits in the United States along with the #2 album Silk Degrees. Scaggs continued to write and record music through the 1980s and '90s. Now an extensive tourer, enjoy a chance to see Scaggs live on the road this year!
October 1, 2021
A fusion of horn-based soul and funk with the tightest rhythm section ever to grace the stage, Tower of Power have been bringing their unique style to shows since 1968. However the veteran performers are not old news, they imbue their music with an upbeat joy that speaks to multi-generational audiences, from today's young music students to the groovy cats of the Motown era.
713 Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78701
Opening in 1915 as the Majestic Theatre, the Paramount converted to a movie palace in the 1920s. Holding a special place in movie history, the building has hosted the world premieres of many iconic films throughout the years, including 1966's Batman and Pleasantville. It continues cinema screenings to this day, alongside its packed schedule of stand-up shows and concerts.
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