Austin Influential Group welcomes the return of Harlem Heat for another extravaganza of movement, sound and visual splendor in support of Austin Pets Alive. Highlighting the Harlem Renaissance, with an enthusiastic nod to the Afro-Latin influences of Cuba, this night will be filled with talented movers and shakers of Austin who will set the mood to hot jazz, sultry voices and intoxicating raucous dances. Taking center stage, Austin’s cream of the crop of talented African-American singers and “dames de cocao”, along with Latin fringed follies and steel magnolias, will motivate and excite with features from the City of Lights to the Pearl of the Caribbean.
Enjoy the glitz and glam of the Jazz Age, reminiscent of the swanky Cotton Club, and dance the night away to TIBURON, an explosive 8-piece Latin orchestra, transporting delighted guests straight back to the sizzling Tropicana.
It’s gonna be a hot time in a cold town because on this Valentine’s Day, in the midst of a cold embrace of Winter’s kiss, Harlem Heat is going to make it hot and make it loud!
Juliet Italian Kitchen and KUTX have partnered up for a live music jazz series. Every other Wednesday until the new year, Juliet will host jazz bands on our patio from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for you to enjoy alongside a cocktail or glass of wine. For all those Wednesdays in between, Juliet will also feature local Austin musicians. For more information on who’s playing and when visit http://www.juliet-austin.com/news/.
Resurrecting the ghosts of a time when real hardcore Honky Tonk ruled the airwaves, JP Harris has lived the songs he writes with the humor, grit, and grace that only a truly road-worn author can summon. In Fall 2018 he released his latest Sometimes Dogs Bark At Nothing and headed out as support for JD McPherson as well as select headline dates to come.
Looking ahead in 2019 a follow-up duets album is in the works. 2017’s Why Don’t We Duet In The Road features duets with Nikki Lane, Leigh Nash, Kelsey Waldon, and Kristina Murray. Harris calls the project “a pure, honest time capsule of what living in Nashville has been like for me.” The project is a collection of old-school country duets inspired by Will the Circle Be Unbroken‘s lengthy guest list and will feature a new round of leading ladies.
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Band vs. DJ
This is totally a preference. Bands will be more expensive but can create a much livelier dance floor. They also typically have DJ capabilities and can still play specific songs you request if it doesn’t fall into their book of songs they know, otherwise there can be a fee for a new song to be learned. DJs are typically cheaper (unless you go with a big name), and you will have more control as to what they play.
Another nice touch during the ceremony is a string quartet, violinist and/or soloist! There are a ton of great bands and DJs in the Austin area. Most you can see live around town to really make sure it’s the perfect fit for the big night.
The Nightowls! Born and bred right here in ATX, The Nightowls have long been a staple of the local music scene. In fact, you’ve probably seen them before either at their famous annual NYE Bash or their legendary (over six years running!) Sunday Funday show at Icenhauer’s on Rainey Street. From soul to funk, pop to rock, disco to ’80s, they play just about everything and seamlessly weave everyone’s favorite songs into a non-stop, all-out, dance-packed party!
With more than eight years industry expertise and plenty of custom band options to offer (dynamic light show, continuous play, specialty bands), you’re able to handcraft the band’s performance to fit your unique event. The Nightowls are our obvious choice for any wedding or event and are simply your one-stop-shop for the greatest party ever. And don’t worry, if you’re planning a destination event, The Nightowls travel regularly all over the U.S.
Terra Vista Strings – Depending how on how big you want to go, this can range from a solo violinist at $230/60 minutes, all the way to a duo, trio, or quartet with the highest being $675/60 minutes.
Grace Plays Violin – Solo violinist, she knows a lot of modern songs and is also adorable! $250/60 minutes.
Pro Tip: Check out the band’s song list before booking. If you’re specific about the types of songs you want this is a good idea. You don’t want to book them and realize later they don’t know any songs you prefer. It also costs a lot of money to add on songs they don’t know ($250+ per song).
11.15.19 The Parish
214 E 6th St, Austin, TX 78701
22:00 – late
Tickets on sale now
Fleetmac Wood presents Sea of Love Disco – a plastic free party with proceeds going towards Sea Shepherd, with Fleetmac Wood DJs Roxanne Roll & Smooth Sailing playing remixes and edits of the Mac, crafted for the dance floor.
“It’s as close as you’ll get to raving with Stevie Nicks” Time Out London 2019
The sirens are calling you to a night of ONLY Fleetwood Mac.
Dress code: Thriving in a sea of love; aquatic elegance, maritime marvels, submerged splendor within the wings of a storm.
This is a plastic free event with proceeds going to the Sea Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
Listen to the Fleetmac Wood conch shell here: http://bit.ly/fmwsoundcloud
Since 2012, we have been hosting our tunnel-visioned event and celebrating the extensive back catalogue of Fleetwood Mac. With a curated and created assortment of remixes and edits we’ve shared our passion with like-minded hedonists at some of the best festivals and clubs in the world. Glastonbury to Robot Heart (Burning Man), from fabric London to Kantine am de Berghain. We’ve twirled through mud, dust, and lasers.
If you don’t like Fleetwood Mac at all, Stand Back, Stand Back. It’s not advised that you take this journey to the Rainbow’s End. Fleetmac Wood is a safe place that welcomes Mac fans of any gender and ethnicity. In the words of Mick Fleetwood “Be kind to one another”, you’ll make some fabulous friends. If you feel unsafe, harassed or uncomfortable please talk to security at the venue – they are there to help.
The 2nd Annual Night of the Grateful Dead Halloween Party featuring Mostly Dead Music (Grateful Dead) and ICING – Cake Tribute!
Wednesday, October 30th at Empire Control Room & Garage
(This show in the Garage!)
Special event of the evening is a “dead rockstar” themed costume contest. Top contestants will be announced and voted on between sets and a $50 bar tab grand prize will be awarded to the winning individual/couple costume as well as a $25 bar tab prize for the runner up.
:: More about Mostly Dead ::
“In the spirit of the Grateful Dead, these 6 like-minded individuals bring a youthful resurgence of the Grateful Dead catalogue, along with a few select covers from the golden era of classic rock.”
:: More about ICING ::
“Austin based velvety vocalist Ryan Authier loves the band Cake. So much in fact, he once joked with his friend Matt Bradshaw (Wild Child, Bad Bolts) about creating a tribute band called “Icing,” as icing does indeed cover cake. It was a joke for years. What followed was an unearthing of fellow fans, Chris Applegate (Mechanical Boy, The Canvas Waiting) and Etan Sekons (Barbara Nesbitt, Hayes Carll) who happened to also be world class musicians. Joined by a slew of incredible drummers (Clint Simmons and Chris Mead) and the occasional aid of fiddler/guitarist, Eddie Dickerson, Icing gives people what they want: More Cake.