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A Musical Night Cap

Some do the after party after the after parties on late weekend nights. After reaching my limit from a night out, I am actually more apt to kick-up my heels and chill-out to music from the Austin City Limits Series that is aired Saturdays on PBS.
Austin City Limits (or ACL) is one of many fantastic music festivals that the city hosts each year. If you are like me, and didn’t make it out to the Lone Star State earlier this month, you can rest easy knowing that PBS has filmed performances by ACL musicians (along with artist interviews) and replays them weekly.
This year’s line-up included Chicago musician and one of my personal favorites- Andrew Bird (who tours with Minnesota musician Martin Dosh.) Also rounding out the festival was: M. Ward, Blitzen Trapper, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Bon Iver, The Virgins, Kings of Leon, Pearl Jam, The Dead Weather, The Walkmen, and Phoenix (just to name a few.) So far, the station has aired performances from ACL artists Andrew Bird and St. Vincent.
So if you are looking for a new weekend routine, settle down with your night cap of choice, and (you know I’m going to say it) check your local listings for times.
Photo: Karen O/Yeah Yeah Yeahs via Rolling Stone

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