After over 125 submissions in 7 categories in the new Heller Awards for Young Artists' Student Competition, here are your 2021 nominees.
This week's Mid-Week Intermission comes from Andy Beaudoin, drummer for Montopolis (also tonight's Austin artist featured on Good Vibes Only). Between teaching classes online and helping his nieces navigate online school, Andy hasn't let Covid slow him down.
This week's Mid-Week Intermission comes to us from Laura Colwell of Sun June, tonight's featured band on Good Vibes Only. Read on to see how the band made the best of 2020, the latest on their new album 'Somewhere,' and her special connection to the Long Center (she might even have served you a drink at a show!).
Our selfie photo frame is back on the H-E-B Terrace February 8 - 14, with special complimentary photo sessions for Austin's frontline & healthcare workers.
This week's Mid-Week Intermission comes from Emilie Basez of Ley Line, tonight's featured band on Good Vibes Only (catch their set streaming free at 8pm, sharp). Emilie chats with us about completing the groups second album, We Saw Blue, during quarantine downtime, tackling those big projects, and having a little fun with Patreon.
This week's Mid-Week Intermission features The Deer's own Grace Rowland. Read along and find out how Grace has gotten back to art, back to writing, and back to amplified sound. Catch The Deer's mix of folk, psych, and dream-pop on tonight's Good Vibes Only, streaming at 7pm.
Rounding out our year is A.J. Bingham, closing out Mid-Week Intermission with more about his work with the Long Center, what we see for the new year, and love & support for Austin's creative community.
Gracing Mid-Week Intermission with his smooth presence this week is Ephraim Owens, trumpet player, band leader, and our next guest on Good Vibes Only TONIGHT. See what joys he's found during his time at home, and be sure to tune in to the show tonight (it's free!) for some mid-week relaxation.
The City of Austin Extends Relief Grants for Austin Live Music Venues Impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic
The City of Austin Economic Development Department announces the launch of the Austin Live Music Venue Preservation Fund, in partnership with the Long Center providing application assistance, processing, and administration of critical relief funds.