Local favorites Sir Woman combines their penchant for old-school soul and explosive stage performance to give audiences at ACL a show they’ll never forget.
The Go-Go’s bassist (and February 2009 cover woman), Kathy Valentine, discusses family in all its forms as she thinks back on her incredible life.
Jenn Hartmann Luck has always been passionate about two things: performing arts and working with young people. With her Raise Your Voices she combines both.
Moody Bank$, a singer/songwriter in her 20s, writes relatable lyrics and pairs them with her lo-fi, jazz sound to talk about love, longing and heartbreak.
Christine Renner is a star on the rise. Austin Woman got a chance to talk to her about her musical journey and upcoming EP.
Austin’s NPR stations tackle the changing music scene in a groundbreaking collaborative podcast: Pause/Play with Miles Bloxson and Elizabeth McQueen.
Bring Music Home holds nothing back for music fans, providing an ambitious and comprehensive look inside the state of live music venues during the pandemic.
With most of the world desperate for live shows, the Long Center offers their Good Vibes Only virtual concert series to fill the void.
“Flowers for the Living,” the latest release from Riders Against the Storm, is a vibrant celebration of black culture and black lives.
Amidst all the madness of 2020, including the shutting down of live events and ongoing socio-political unrest, one thing came out of it: inspired music.