Tonight, everyone should make their way out to Duling Hall for Todd Snider's show. It will be a feast for media types as he reads from his book, shows us film and even plays music. There's something for everybody.
Tomorrow, vinyl enthusiasts will celebrate Record Store Day. With the closing of MorningBell, most of the die hards will have to go out of town to try to grab exclusive vinyl releases. Be safe and happy hunting.For a complete list of participating stores and releases, go here.
If you're out of town this Easter weekend, here are few things going on north and south of us:
4/19 - Rob Thomas - Horseshoe Casino - Tunica
4/18 - 4/27 - Biloxi Crawfish Festival feat. Three Days Grace, Charlie Daniels Band, etc. - MS Coast Coliseum - Biloxi
4/20 - Rick Ross - Lakefront Arena - New Orleans
4/21 - Aziz Ansari - Mahalia Jackson Theater for the Performing Arts - New Orleans
Also, here's this week's new releases:
The Afghan Whigs - Do to the Beast
The Both - The Both
Nas - Illmatic XX [20th Anniversary Edition]
Slint - Spiderland [LP]
Ray Bonneville - Easy Gone
Rodney Crowell - Tarpaper Sky
Thee Oh Sees - Drop
Woods - With Light and With Love
Duck Sauce - Quack
Chet Faker - Built on Glass
Ziggy Marley - Fly Rasta
Ingrid Michaelson - Lights Out
Dan Wilson - Love Without Fear
Nels Cline/Medeski, Martin & Wood - Woodstock Sessions, Vol. 2
Stanton Moore - Conversations
The Secret Sisters - Put Your Needle Down
Sonic Avenues - Mistakes
Bobby Bare, Jr. - Bobby Bare, Jr.'s Young Criminals' Starvation League
Chuck E. Weiss - Red Beans and Weiss
Amps for Christ - Canyons Cars and Crows
Dylan Shearer - Garagearray
Ryley Walker - All Kinds of You
If you wander around Duling Hall this weekend, you're bound to stumble upon some great music.
Tonight, there's Jimbo Mathus and the Tri-State Coalition rocking the house.
Tomorrow is St. Paul and Broken Bones, who will bring the funky soul to Jacktown.
Also, tomorrow is the last day for Morningbell. You should totally grab that Linda Rondstadt LP you've been eyeing for the past 8 months.