Tag Archives: Anais Mitchell

My Guide To Stagecoach

If I were going to Stagecoach this weekend, here are the acts that I would try to catch. Some are obvious – Steve Earle, Merle Haggard, ZZ Top, Hot Rize, Kacey Musgraves and Miranda Lambert. And some not so – … Continue reading

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Go See Hear In L.A. Sept. 16-22 (The Kingbees & Littlest Birds edition)

So many shows, so little time – so let’s it to it… Tues. Sept. 16 Top Show: I don’t know much about the New Zealand duo Tattletale Saints but they really impressed me with their album How Red Is The … Continue reading

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Go See Hear In L.A. March 13-18 (the Frightened Rabbit/Fabulous Thunderbird edition)

With SxSW happening in Austin this week, the concert scene looks a little skinnier but there are still plenty of music to be had in L.A. – and maybe an easier time finding a parking space too. Wednesday night, the … Continue reading

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Go See Hear In L.A. April 3-8 (the Dry The River/Wooden Sky edition)

Friday night stands as the concert battleground this week. One stage – the Troubadour, to be precise – will be John K. Samson. The Weakerthans’ frontman released his solo debut full length (Provincial) on Anti- earlier this year and it … Continue reading

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Go See Hear in L.A. July 5-10

The big Fourth of July weekend is done and hopefully you don’t have any post-fireworks ringing in your ears. There are plenty of shows this week to fill up your ears. The Greencards arrive at the Mint on July 5 … Continue reading

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