Austin Music

December 29th, 2009

Get into the holiday spirit this season with the Trans Siberian Orchestra. No other band has captured the imagination of the world with their unique sound and virtuoso playing quite like the Trans Siberian Orchestra. This amazing act will be in the greater Austin area in the days immediately after Christmas, December 28th, for two shows. If you are new to the TSO than this is a must see event. Hang onto your hats, Austin has never seen anything quite like this before.

If you love rap, funk and good times, check out the Goodie Mob with Scarface in Austin this January. A good time is sure to be had by all when this world famous rap group shows up in Austin to party. The show is scheduled for Saturday, January 16. Please take note of the late start time. The show is to begin at 11:00. If you’ve never been out to a show like this before, get ready, Austin may never be the same again.

Few bands had the impact during the 1990’s that Sublime did. While it is impossible to see Sublime live today, you can catch BadFish this January in Austin. Badfish is a premiere Sublime tribute band. They bring all of the same vibe, fun and spirit that Sublime once had. You know all of the words to several Sublime songs, so why not come out and sing them at the top of your lungs. The show is being held at Emos Austin on January 31. Showtime is at 10. You know you can count on Emos to be the premiere live music venue in the city.

If you are looking to venture outside of the Austin city limits to find live music, you will find that nearby San Antonio has quite a lot to choose from. Country music star Brad Paisley will be taking to the stage at the AT&T Centre in San Antonio this January. The show is January 7 at 7:30 and you don’t want to miss it. Brad has been one of the most successful country artists over the last few years and now is your chance to see why!

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