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    The Hunts
    McGonigel's Mucky DuckSeptember 26, 2014 9:30 PM
    2425 Norfolk Street
    Houston, TX 77098
    The Hunts is a family folk band comprised of the seven brothers and sisters. Based in Chesapeake, Viriginia and united by a shared affinity for stringed instruments and harmonies, the band crafts a gentle, modern folk sound.
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    Peace In Our Time
    Main Street Theater-Rice VillageSeptember 26, 2014 8:00 PM
    2540 Times Boulevard
    Houston, TX 77005
    Master playwright Noël Coward's "Peace in Our Time" poses the terrifying, yet intriguing question: What if the Nazis had won the Battle of Britain? Written in 1946, this taut drama exploring everyday life under occupation takes place in a South London pub with a diverse cast of collaborators and rebels, including writers, artists, members of the resistance, working-class Brits and, of course, officers of the Third Reich. The tension builds, leading to a surprising and ironic climax. Main Street Theater's production features a cast of 21, which includes performers from the University of Houston School of Theatre and Dance.
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    Morton 72 Masters Charity Golf Tournament
    Quail Valley Golf CourseSeptember 26, 2014 9:00 AM
    2880 La Quinta Drive
    Missouri CIty, TX 77459
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    Generation Landslide * Velostacks * The Great American Breakdown
    Rudyard's British PubSeptember 26, 2014 10:00 PM
    2010 Waugh Drive
    Houston, TX 77006

    Generation Landslide (Houston, TX)

    “ Trevor Wallace Houston Underground Music Examiner June 22, 2011 – Generation Landslide is Houston’s newest contestant in the race for the garage/psychedelic crown. Combining 1967 San Fransisco and Texas psych through a Strokes filter with a Dylanesque via Roky Erickson vocal style, the band got some much needed attention at this years Free Press Summer Fest. Had they existed (good Lord) 45 years ago, they would be sharing a stage with The 13th Floor Elevators and Red Krayola. But their self-description says it better than I can without hackeneyed comparisons: ” GENERATION:landslide! is a band whose voice comes from the heart and soul of Houston, TX. These people are songwriters…artists…audiophiles. They have a great passion for music and the common man. They are the champions of “garage”-rock and psychedelia; a band of seekers….” Do yourself a favor and check them out at their MySpace page. You will not be sorry. ” - Trevor Wallace – Houston Underground Music Examiner

    “Generation Landslide: Their music is an orchestrated blend of inspiration that includes everything from R.E.M. to Patti Smith. The band’s collective influences has helped them develop a sound that is a calculated hodgepodge of rock and roll rhythm with an infusion of catchy pop melodies.” - Bridgette Zabak – The Houston Press-Rocks off aftermath

    “Tomorrow Was Yesterday”. The 12 songs on this disc are a refreshing throwback, a collection of smart, back to basics psychedelic songs. You’ll find more genuine artistic feel and expression here and less over-produced glitz or contrived assembly-line material.” - Hollywood Steve Rangel – Houston Music News

    The Guillotines (Houston, TX)

    The Guillotines were founded by Robert Conn on guitar (The Pagans, The Defnics, The Plague, AK-47′s) and co-founder and wife Jewels (Chelsea Hotel) on bass. Since the band’s inception, their only goal was to play the same loud, fast, and furious punk rock ‘n’ roll they helped create during the original punk movement in the 70′s. The band is rounded with Marc Munroe (The Hot Things) on drums and Pablo Ono (Electric Frankenstein, Texas Terri Bomb, The Hot Things, BlackNovas, Die Cobra) on guitar. Their music is pure and unapologetic and their live shows are an aural assault on your senses. Want to more? Just ask or go to a show!

    Velostacks (Houston, TX)

    The Velostacks are pure, high octane rock n' roll for the punk and motorhead in everyone. Based in Houston, TX, The Velostacks are a fury of fast chords, dirty guitars, and gang vocal blasphemy. Grab a beer and rev up your engines, because The Velostacks refuse to be told that rock n' roll is dead.

    Curtis DeGidio: Guitar, Vocals (Chrome Kickers, Chelsea Hotel)
    Arthur Hays: Drums (The Next, The Mystery Dates, The Hickoids)
    J.R. Delgado: Bass (The Party Owls, Sugar Shack)
    Donnie Stokes: Vocals (URH)
    Rich Crishock: Guitar, Vocals (Texas Mod Crushers, Johnny Rioux and The 713)

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    Solo Rites: Seven Breaths
    Asia Society Texas CenterSeptember 26, 2014 7:30 PM
    1370 Southmore Boulevard
    Houston, TX 77004
    Experimental jazz vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, dancer -- Jen Shyu puts all of her talents on stage in her solo performance, directed by award-winning Indonesian film director Garin Nugroho. "The Wall Street Journal" raves, "Shyu is among New York's most invigorating vocal presences. And perhaps the most enigmatic." In "Solo Rites: Seven Breaths", she takes us on a journey through Taiwan, East Timor, Indonesia, Vietnam and South Korea, revealing her personal struggles living simultaneously in multiple cultures and exploring some of the losses that plague our modern world: the loss of tradition, habitat and public spaces. Meet Shyu before the show, and stay after for a brief Q&A.
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    F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Save The World!
    Midtown Art CenterSeptember 26, 2014 7:00 PM
    3414 La Branch Street
    Houston, TX 77004
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