Five of This Week's Top Show Announcements: Grupo Fantasma, H20, John Denver's Rocky Mountain High Concert Celebration and More
Friday, February 1, at Live Oak Music Hall & Lounge, $10
It's impossible to stand still around the beats and horns of Austin's 10-piece Latin funk band, Grupo Fantasma, who racked up a Grammy for their latest release, El Existential.
H2O, Terror, Backtrack, Code Orange Kids
Saturday, February 9, at TBA, $13/$15
Although the location is still TBA, '90s punk veterans H20 will head up a loud and rambunctious bill with fellow Los Angelenos Terror, and East Coast hardcore bands Backtrack and Code Orange Kids.
Sunday, February 10, at The Kessler Theater, $20-$32.50
J.D. Souther, made legend by his hand in writing several Eagles songs, was a very busy man this past year. He released a new album, Midnight in Tokyo, and is a recurring actor on ABC's new drama Nashville. He's kicking off 2013 with a tour that will bring him to Dallas.
John Denver's Rocky Mountain High Concert Celebration
Wednesday, February 20, at Dallas City Performance Hall, $20-$40
This one's for the fans. This winter you can re-experience all of your favorite John Denver songs as you watch vintage video of him, backed by a live performance from former members of his band and an accompanying string section.
As I Lay Dying, The Devil Wears Prada
Thursday, March 7, at House of Blues, $22.50
Hey metalheads, here's one for ya. As I Lay Dying turns 13 this year, believe it or not, and is hitting the road with Christian hardcore band The Devil Wears Prada, after their September release, Awakened.