Weekend Music Part 2: Randys Travis and Weeks, Yuppie Pricks, Jackyl, Spain Colored Orange and More

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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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