1. fuckyeahcharlixcx:

XCX

Tonight, yay!

    fuckyeahcharlixcx:

    XCX

    Tonight, yay!

    Reblogged from: itsgonnabeaheatwave
  2. austinbloggy:

Spending the evening with @nekocase. #acltv (at ACL LIVE)

This was oh so good, y’all. That makes two memorable concerts in two nights for me.  Who needs ACL Fest? 
(ok, technically both acts I saw did tapings because they were already in town for ACL Fest, but STILL)

    austinbloggy:

    Spending the evening with @nekocase. #acltv (at ACL LIVE)

    This was oh so good, y’all. That makes two memorable concerts in two nights for me.  Who needs ACL Fest?

    (ok, technically both acts I saw did tapings because they were already in town for ACL Fest, but STILL)

    Reblogged from: austinbloggy
  3. How Austin's Anderson High School Got Phoenix to Play Their Gym | KUT

    More about the concert I attended last night.

  4. Last night I attended one of the most bizarre concerts I’ve ever seen.  My pal N had invited me to attend Phoenix’s Live from the Artist’s Den taping at Anderson High School.  Neither of us are huge fans, but it was free and she had made it on to the list.  We got an email yesterday saying it was going to be in the gym.
So I watched Phoenix play a high school gym, surrounded by teenagers.  The lead singer engaged the crowd throughout, and at the second to last song (“Lisztomania”), kids rushed the stage and surrounded the band.  One of the guitar player’s glasses got fogged up because it was so crowded and warm onstage.
N and I had a spot in the side bleachers so we stood or sat when we wanted and we could still see most of the action.  We felt squeamish when the kids thrust on the stage, but nothing horrible happened. 
I kinda doubt those last two songs will be in the show, however.  I don’t know how well the cameras could find the bandmembers.
Anyway, that was a fun night.  Plus they played one of my favorites, “Consolation Prizes”!

    Last night I attended one of the most bizarre concerts I’ve ever seen.  My pal N had invited me to attend Phoenix’s Live from the Artist’s Den taping at Anderson High School.  Neither of us are huge fans, but it was free and she had made it on to the list.  We got an email yesterday saying it was going to be in the gym.

    So I watched Phoenix play a high school gym, surrounded by teenagers.  The lead singer engaged the crowd throughout, and at the second to last song (“Lisztomania”), kids rushed the stage and surrounded the band.  One of the guitar player’s glasses got fogged up because it was so crowded and warm onstage.

    N and I had a spot in the side bleachers so we stood or sat when we wanted and we could still see most of the action.  We felt squeamish when the kids thrust on the stage, but nothing horrible happened. 

    I kinda doubt those last two songs will be in the show, however.  I don’t know how well the cameras could find the bandmembers.

    Anyway, that was a fun night.  Plus they played one of my favorites, “Consolation Prizes”!

  5. erina:

Me and Elizabeth with our Juanes souvenirs from last night’s ACL taping (some of the set list/camera cues)

    erina:

    Me and Elizabeth with our Juanes souvenirs from last night’s ACL taping (some of the set list/camera cues)

    Reblogged from: erina
  6. Austin City Limits TV will stream tonight's Juanes concert live at 8pm CST

    Watch for erina and me in the audience!!

  7. My wonderful friend A got us on the guest list for Metric at Stubbs tonight.  I think we may even be able to watch from the VIP area! So I should be able to actually see them!

    I didn’t mind so much not being able to see Band of Horses very well last Wednesday, since the sound was great and I’ve seen them live two times before from great seats.  But this is my first time to see Metric, even though I’ve been a fan for about 5 years now.

    It’s strange that this is my second concert in a week’s time.  There are usually months between concerts I attend.

  8. Hey, it’s my church! I was sitting in the “Grace” balcony to the R. They played a few songs from Lost and Gone Forever so that made me happy.  [Everything Is Big in Texas | Guster Road Journal]

    Hey, it’s my church! I was sitting in the “Grace” balcony to the R. They played a few songs from Lost and Gone Forever so that made me happy.  [Everything Is Big in Texas | Guster Road Journal]

  9. erina:

Saw Alex Cuba @ Cactus Cafe with elizs last night :)

SUCH A GREAT SHOW! Both Erin and I were dancing in our seats.

    erina:

    Saw Alex Cuba @ Cactus Cafe with elizs last night :)

    SUCH A GREAT SHOW! Both Erin and I were dancing in our seats.

    Reblogged from: erina
  10. Madi Diaz, “Burn.”

    She opened for A Fine Frenzy/Joshua Radin last night and I love her sound.  My pal and I left before Joshua Radin came on — we felt that with Madi Diaz plus A Fine Frenzy, we already got our money’s worth.

    Plus, it was already 10 o’clock, and A Fine Frenzy’s show was such an emotional rollercoaster (in the best way possible) that we were both exhausted.  Also, neither of us is crazy about Radin’s drowsy tunes.

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