It’s the remix to Transmission, hot and fresh out the kitchen.
As development threatens two mainstays of Austin’s Red River Cultural District, it’s time to start considering the unthinkable: What would Austin’s live music scene look like without Red River?
The City of Austin Music Office commissioned a survey of 4,000 people in the city’s music industry to learn what reality is like as a musician in the Live Music Capital of the World. What they found stinks.
Does this mean that the Live Music Capitol is finally all grown up?
Pappy’s Bar and Grill owner is playing electric guitar and living on his restaurant’s roof in an attempt to attract business.
Together for the first time: Two Tommys (Hancock and Shannon), two Montes (Montomery and Warden), two Hubbards (Blues Boys and Ray Wylie) and two Clarks (Carrie and W.C.), plus a Butthole Surfer, three Gourds, six Bells of Joy, a Tailgator, and 87 others who give their all, creatively speaking, to the Live Music Capital of the World.