Holy crap -- can't believe I didn't hear about this sooner, but ah, well, that's how it goes... One of the coolest, rawest, beer-drinkin-est country-rock bands currently out there today, Lucero, will reportedly be playing tonight (Fri., May 18) over at the Last Concert Cafe on the bleak northern edge of Downtown. Houston Calling/Envy scribe/editor David Cobb got me interested in these Memphis-dwelling folks, and having heard quite a bit of their music, I'm always blown away. "I Can Get Us Out of Here Tonight," in particular, is badass, as are "The War" and "Nobody's Darlings". Think Uncle Tupelo, Whiskeytown, that sorta thing. Check out the tracks they've got up online, either on their main Website (above) or their MySpace page.
Big, big, big caveat: okay, so the Last Concert calendar lists these guys as playing, but neither of their Websites have any shows listed 'til 5/20, when they're apparently in Orlando. Hrm. If they're there, I'd highly recommend going, but you'd be safest calling ahead to the LCC to check...
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