Tonight: Macon Greyson, Broken Teeth, Tilly and the Wall and More

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Take a gander at your live-music options for this evening (Saturday and Sunday, once again, will be up tomorrow). First up, there's Dallas alt-country firebrands Macon Greyson at the Armadillo Palace:

...or tap-dancing Omaha indie sprites Tilly and the Wall at the Engine Room. Adorable!:

Austin metal maniac Jason McMaster bares his Broken Teeth at Rudz...

...with Houston's own Whorehound, the descendents of Dinosaur Salad, seen here at the 1997 Westheimer Street Fest...

Aggie favorite Roger Creager gigs 'em at Sam Houston Race Park. Feelin' good again!

Witty Central Texans the Austin Lounge Lizards prank the Mucky Duck:

Finally, Chicago DJ Kaskade, who has remixed Britney Spears and Nelly Furtado, pumps it up at Rich's:

Stay tuned... tomorrow we've got Blackfoot! - Chris Gray

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