Lucinda Williams © KLRU photo by Scott Newton

Lucinda Williams

AUSTIN CITY LIMITS favorite Lucinda Williams returns to the stage with a new album and her patented roots-rock spunk. Williams, named one of “America’s Best … Continue reading

The Fairfield Four, Robert Randolph, and The McCrary Sisters perform. Photo by Erika Goldring/Getty Images for Americana Music

ACL Presents: Americana Music Festival 2015

Austin City Limits presents highlights from the Americana Music Festival’s14th Annual Americana Honors & Awards at the historic Ryman Auditorium. Hosted by Jim Lauderdale, the … Continue reading

Dierks Bentley © KLRU photo by Scott Newton

Dierks Bentley

Dierks Bentley takes the traditional themes of country music to heart as he creates modern tunes. From his self-titled debut in 2003 that featured the … Continue reading

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Queens of the Stone Age

Dynamic and electrifying, Queens of the Stone Age combines metal, blues, thrash, punk and psychedelia into a sound that is at once classic and unique. … Continue reading

Jimmy Cliff © KLRU photo by Scott Newton

Jimmy Cliff

Reggae legend Jimmy Cliff has a career that spans almost 50 years.  With “a voice that is preserved to startling perfection” (Rolling Stone), the only … Continue reading

Bettye Lavette © KLRU photo by Scott Newton

Bettye LaVette

There are few vocalists today that have transgressed various musical genres with the same flare and grace of Bettye LaVette. This soulful songstress started her … Continue reading

Ben Harper © KLRU photo by Scott Newton

Ben Harper and Relentless7

With influences like Taj Mahal, Neil Young and Bob Marley, to name a few, it’s hard to believe that any artist can live up to … Continue reading

Cat Power ©KLRU photo by Scott Newton

Cat Power

For more than 10 years, Cat Power has been releasing emotional, cathartic music that has made her an icon of indie-rock. She returns to AUSTIN … Continue reading

Jakob Dylan © KLRU photo by Scott Newton

Jakob Dylan

After chart topping success with his band the Wallflowers, Jakob Dylan went solo with Seeing Things, a CD that shows off his songwriting abilities. Inspiration … Continue reading

Robert Earl Keen © KLRU photo by Scott Newton

Robert Earl Keen

Making a name for himself back in 1984 with his debut album, No Kinda Dancer, Texas native Robert Earl Keen is now regarded as one … Continue reading