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Changes, Bel Airs, KLB & More

If you missed the letter from editor/publisher John Heaston in the Thanksgiving issue or the weekly updates that have appeared since then, The Reader is going monthly beginning in January 2015. You can read John's announcement here. Hoodoo’s event-oriented content will move to online only. There will continue to be a Hoodoo presence in the new monthly Reader. Each issue will be organized around thematic content...


The Return of Cellophane Ceiling, Ritual Device and Main Vein Productions

An obvious problem when booking a show that includes two bands that haven't played in years — whose heyday was nearly two decades ago — is there's a very good chance no one will remember who they are. At least no one who still goes to rock shows. 

Let me set the stage, because this isn't just a story about two rock bands putting together a reunion show. It's the story about the making of a scene. 

Fade in: Oct. 8,...


Giving & Celebrating

The Toy Drive for Pine Ridge is in the home stretch. By the time you read this, the toys will be on their way to the Pine Ridge Reservation to bring some joy and holiday hope to the children there. In recent years, the Toy Drive has been able to expand to offer emergency heating assistance and other support. While toy donations have been generous, this year’s donations are less than half of previous years in terms...


Graham, TUF, NĂ©meth, RSB

The remarkable alchemist Jon Dee Graham brings his luminous music to Lincoln’s Zoo Bar Monday, Dec. 8, 7 p.m. Graham’s songs cut to the core of real, daily joys and pains. His music delivers quicksilver flashes that are light in the darkness and even light in celebration of light. Graham’s music makes a difference. He’s also a three-time inductee into the Austin Music Hall of Fame and a veteran Texas musician who...


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