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The Hipster Olympics, that's the phrase that pays here in SXSW, that's the expression that defines the SXSW experience as Karen shared with me. I challenge any athlete to run this gauntlet of drinking, binge eating, sleeplessness, standing, running, jumping, clapping, screaming, lying and fronting to finish this course in as fine a shape as they started. And with that said we found ourselves at the corner of 4th and Trinity next to the Austin Convention Center hungry and exhausted at 1PM in the afternoon wilting after 5 hours of sleep and no food from 5PM the previous day. An epiphany of sorts took place in my clouded brain. There was a badge only meet and greet called Music City The Hague behind us serving food, that is Brisket and the fixin's for Barbeque or more precisely called "Texas BBQ". As we filled our plates and our belly's with BBQ and beer we started noticing more and more the talent behind playing us. It was a melodious female vocal that reminded me of Karin Bergquist from Over The Rhine, but a little softer and more folkish. The spot light was on Annie and the Bee Keepers, providing a romantically influenced country folk sound with beautiful other worldly vocals while we dined and reflected on our adventures and solidified our plans for the day.
We hooked up with Karen at the Convention Center and plotted. Even with the best laid plans there are misses and we missed many times. Because of the thunder storm and rain the night before amplified by the general coolness and wind made the covered venues a huge demand, creating exceptionally long lines for many events. Conversely, open air venues were essentially empty. We missed some great up and comers because of this situation. While we were disappointed by our efforts, we moved on until we settled on Antone's for Alex Chilton's Big Star tribute and memorial. Early in the week we were all stunned to hear of the death of legendary Pop star Alex Chilton at age 59. As the lead singer of the Box Tops he was a hit maker with The Letter in the sixties and writer for such fun romps as "In the Street" that was the theme song that opened That 70's Show and noted producer of the Cramps.
More and more as the evening progressed, the crowd grew to pay their last respect and various bands preformed until the official memorial happened. This was an excellent chance for young artist to pay tribute and expose their talents to a crowd that loved this musician's musician. The bands performances I found of note were Saint Deluxe. The band put on an energetic and noisy set. Dwight Twilley's ,own brand of Country blasting off from Buck Owens' left off, with his own hard driving frolicking kind of Rockabilly was an accent for this night. This Okie, Dwight Twilley, was a natural born performer with all the musical chops and he had a panache for style and presence that few could rival. The night wouldn't have been complete without peers and loved one's tribute to the musical genius that was Alex Chilton. There was set side at the end of the evening an opportunity for various artists to come up and perform a song or two to honor Chilton.
A sampling of the tributes came from M. Ward, Cut Kirkwood, and John Doe to name a few that left their mark on this occasion. It was all touching and beautiful as the paid homage to their hero. Karen took the reins and we sprinted over to The Galaxy to catch Black Angels close out SXSW. Their sound has some space guitars and trippy vocal in cased as in a swirl of psychedelia. Though this is the end of my trip I'm still poised to cross the finish line for next year SXSW's extravaganza ready and willing to take this grand adventure on again. Austin, Texas, see you in 2011!
I feel like a "Rounder" that's gotten around and around. Bob and I filled up on Pho at Mekon River, because we needed real nourishment after the body killing street fare we've downed over the last few days. Karen hooked us up with the Spin party badges. Then we dropped by the Austin Convention Center for Elvis Presley's 75th panel on our way to the Spin party Stubbs. From this point on everything wound tighter and tighter as the day progressed We hammered to make the Spin party and the much anticipated appearance of Hole. When we arrived Fucked Up, were in high gear and the photogs were loving every moment of Damian's off stage antics with him rolling around in the dirt and in his underwear! I joined in because who can resist such a photo opt with the wherring drive a buzzsaw guitars and ramming drum beats. Fucked up finished their set with the Sex Pistols cover of "Bodies."
This was followed by Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings. Theypulled of a stunning and "soulicious" set. Soul in the truest sense of the term, like Sam and Dave or James Brown. Girlfriend delivered! Then tension and electricity was in the air for Courtney Love's, newest version of Hole. At 5:13, a "Witchy" time to arrive, she entered the stage and the filled the audience with glee. She opened the set with "Skinny Little Bitch" and gave it the touch of an angrier Hole we know and loved. She mixed it up with the new and the old alike. From my perspective, we were all very receptive as the crowd was pressed to the front to hang on Courtney's every nuance and phrase.
Immediately after Courtney's set, we powered walked to Elvis Presley's 75th talking panel which Karen had put together. Some guests were legendary Rockabilly singer Wanda Jackson, and James Burton, Elvis' guitarist. There were some great stories being exchanged including the one were Bruce Springsteen jumped the fence of Graceland to try to meet Elvis or the one where Elvis' father asked Elvis why he had bought 50 El Camino's in one year. All great and entertaining fare. James Burton took aside while we were eating Elvis' peanut butter and banana 75th birthday cake and shared a story where Elvis stopped Colonel Parker from Blue Suede shoes so Carl Perkin's had a chance at charting his single first before Elvis would dominate and obliterate Carl's chances. James was the ultimate Elvis insider and you could feel the closeness of the relationship developed over many years.
We then moved on to the Rolling Stone showcase that featured none other than a fav of mine, John Doe of X , doing a solo show with his electric and acoustic guitars. Hecas accompanied by Cindy Wasserman and on occasion they preformed as a duet. John covered Golden State and encored with "Suppose To Be The New World" a part of the X catalog. The word Awesome come to mind. He was intimate and real while making eye contact with the crowd as it swelled to be in on the action.
After this we moved on to the Dollyrot, and enjoyed their brand new type of Pop Punk. They were lively and playful while delivering the goods to all the appreciative devotees reveling the rocus lighthearted jams. They closed their set with Joan Jet's Bad Reputation and then Kelly Ogden and Luis Cabezas tumbled into Chris Black's drum kit finishing the show and our night of shenanigans and Austin rounding. SXSW and Austin keep getting better and better!
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But I passed because I was famished and needed to feed my face. That being said, I was back at Emo's, after a manic feed to check it out. There were only 5 people in front of me and I was excited. This is where the term "Emo" came from to describe a musical sound and genre. Now I am inside The Full Metal Texas showcase and I'm ready to have my panties rocked off. There was a healthy crowd in the courtyard, but I drifted back to find Emo's Jr. This is where I foundHowl. They were barking and growling through, grinding on with a shier metallic precision driving and brutal guitar riffs and a throbbing double bass. It was much like a "Breakfast Beer" it seemed so wrong but felt so right. They hammered through a set of 5 songs, to nearly a full house at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. This is not the time of day you'd expect a vampire crowd to be out in numbers rocking the house. I found myself head banging to the hits! They closeed their set and I thought it was time to reunite with Bob and lock in on the Gilbert Shelton interview for the Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers.
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Upstairs, the electro beat had the twenty-something getting jiggy who were "Cocktailed" and randy. The energy was off the hook and the view of downtown Austin as stunning as any I've seen. I ran into Kelly the music artist agent again and performance/music artist Kym Priess, AKA, Tammy Tomahawk , much to my pleasure and surprise. She'll would be performing SXSW as well. We drifted downstairs to the more lounge inspired part of the Speakeasy.
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