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Lemonheads, Emos, Feb. 9, 2007-Taking a time machine back to 1992, the Lemonheads, who are really Evan Dando and whoever is backing him, made a stop in Austin. Dando played all the favorites... Confetti, Rudderless, Outdoor Type, Bit Part, It's A Shame About Ray...and pleased this crowd of obviously longtime fans, who knew every lyric. Missing from the set, however, was the biggest hit, Into Your Arms and his popular cover of Simon and Garfunkel's Mrs. Robinson. Dando hadn't aged a day and seemed as baked as ever, but his voice is strong and the 2 minute pop songs still work.

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Spoon, Waterloo Park, Dec. 1, 2006-Due to a booked weekend, the fine folks at Emo's decided to host an indie/punk festival in Waterloo Park, featuring such acts as Peaches, Circle Jerks, and Austin's Lower Class Brats. The indie stage culminated with Spoon, another Austin original. Spoon has been enjoying a good deal of success recently, what with the Jaguar commercial and being prominently featured on the Stranger Than Fiction soundtrack. This talented band, headed by Britt Daniel, has a unique way with arrangements and lyrics, yet is still accessible as pop. They put on a strong live show, despite the cold and the low attendance. It was obvious that they were just enjoying the hometown crowd. A must-see when they come to your town.

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1st-Telray, Darin - Hole in the Wall
10th - Guster, Stubbs

11th - Superego, Hole in the Wall
14-18th - South By Southwest
23rd - Old 97s, Antone's

20th - Halloway, Speakeasy


22nd - The Conrads, Black Cat

14th - Tragically Hip, Stubbs
27th - The Scabs, Stubbs
28th - Fastball, Stubbs
29th - The Playthings, Hole in the Wall


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