It’s not often you get the chance to hear your beloved bands play your beloved albums in their entirety. But the odds are in our favor this week, North Texas. Here are the 2 bookend anniversary tours coming your way, and all the gems in between:
Thursday, October 15
What with Weezer and Counting Crows rolling through Dallas last week, we’ve been happily riding the 90s-throwback-wave. And we can’t imagine a better way to top it off than with Garbage’s 20th Anniversary Tour, in which Shirley Manson & co. will be performing their seminal record in in its entirety. Here’s the announcement video:
Friday, October 16
Fall 2015 has smiled kindly upon East L.A.’s Los Lobos. In addition to debuting their first album since 2010, the Grammy-award winning band has snagged a nomination for the 2016 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. It’s a well-deserved nod, as proven by this White House performance back in 2009:
It’s been a heck of a season at ’til Midnight at the Nasher. And with the weather finally becoming just a little bit kinder, we’ll certainly be missing this fantastically free, outdoor event. So join Salim Nourallah and The Cush at the Nasher Sculpture Center this Friday for one last hurrah:
No tickets needed. Cheers.
Saturday, October 17
Everyone’s favorite folky-red head is passing through Dallas this weekend with special guest Andrew Belle. We caught up with Brett Dennen in 2011 for a back-alley On the Road Session. No, really — we filmed it in the alley next to the Granada Theater:
Another chance to hear an old (and local) favorite from start to finish: Dallas’ The Polyphonic Spree are playing their breakthrough album, The Beginning Stages of…, in its entirety for their 15th Anniversary Tour. Here’s one from their most recent album Yes, It’s True:
Tickets to KXT Presents The Polyphonic Spree 15th Anniversary Tour at Granada Theater HERE.