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It's time for The Austin Chronicle's annual music poll, which culminates with the Austin Music Awards during SXSW Music. Think your favorite band (or radio station, perhaps?) deserves some recognition? Well here's your chance to spread the word. Head to the Austin Chronicle's...
More than 200 artists from as far away as Norway, England and Japan plus thousands of fans will converge on Austin in January for the Eleventh Annual Star of Texas Tattoo Art Revival, held at the Palmer Events Center 900 Barton Springs Road. The event runs January 18th-20th,...
A new Christmas season is here, so we're going to take the time to remember the classics from a Christmas past. Enjoy these holiday songs from some of our KLBJ favorites. Happy Holidays, everyone!!! Bruce Springsteen - "Santa Claus is Comin' to Town" Bon Jovi - "Please Come Home...
Let all the rockers rejoice, Rush has finally been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame! Having been eligible for induction since 1999, their 14 year wait is over. A band becomes eligible 25 years after their first recording is released. Theirs was the epic self-titled...
Happy Holidays to us. Paul McCartney will be the music guest on SNL on Dec. 15. If you're a fan of SNL, you'll also be happy know that Martin Short will be returning as the host. Led Zeppelin and Buddy Guy received Kennedy Center Honors over the weekend. It's an annual event...
George Harrison passed away 11 years ago yesterday. Let's all take a moment to appreciate how amazing he was and how much he remains to be amazing even today. While My Guitar Gently Weeps Blow Away All Things Must Pass
Just because our favorite bands and musicians here at KLBJ aren't coming out with Top 40 hits every other week doesn't mean that they've given up on rock and roll just yet. Here are a few updates on what's going on in the wonderful world of classic rock: The Rolling Stones...
Last night was the first "Night Out" with Dale, Bob and Matt at Max's Wine Dive. The trio were joined by Jon Dee Graham and Adam Caroll for a great evening of music, story-telling, wine and maybe a little whine. Check out the photos from the event to see for yourself...
The presidential election is FINALLY OVER. No matter who you voted for, we can all wind down and celebrate the fact that America survived another greuling election day with Jimi Hendrix's version of "The Star-Spangled Banner." USA! USA! USA!