Weekend Music Part 2: Randys Travis and Weeks, Yuppie Pricks, Jackyl, Spain Colored Orange and More
Here we go with the rest of the weekend video previews. Busy Busy...
Mr. "Forever and Ever, Amen" Randy Travis digs up some bones at Sam Houston Race Park:
Randy Weeks, who wrote Lucinda Williams' "Can't Let Go," encourages some day drinking at his 3:30 p.m. Cactus Music in-store:
Austin's Yuppie Pricks and Young Heart Attack get in a rude mood at Rudz. Somebody tell the Pricks to post more videos; all I could find was this outtake of singer Trevor Middleton partying on Lake Travis. You may recognize the thong from the cover of the Pricks' new album Balls, in which case I feel sorry for you.
Young Heart Attack, meanwhile, has plenty. This is "Starlite."
Rockabilly man of the cloth Mack Stevens gets "Porn Again" at Big E's Rock Baby Rock 8 at the Continental Club, with Luxurious Panthers, Ghost Storys and lots more:
Sunday! Sunday! Sunday! after the jump.
Southern chainsaw grinders Jackyl carve up Scout Bar...
... and Boondocks celebrates its one-year anniversary with a tight bill of Spain Colored Orange, Act of God, American Sharks, Lazlo, and Basses Loaded. Barbecue at 5 p.m.; show at 8. Your headliners, with a preview from this year's elusive album Sneaky Like a Villain. - Chris Gray
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