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On the third Day (for Night) the Jesus Lizard rose again

The turn of the 21st century signaled immense change, to the point that the modern world would be barely recognizable to someone transported directly from 1999. Though fears of the world ending from the Y2K bug proved unfounded, for a small group of music fanatics the world may as well have ended, for in 1999 The Jesus Lizard split up.

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Margaret Moser has died

Unconventional.

     Unapologetic.  

          Trend-setter.

               Trend-breaker.

                    Feminist.

                         Certifiable badass.

                              Door-opener.

You can do a simple google search of her name and find the first hit is NPR’s article, “Margaret Moser, Queen Of Austin, Is Dancing In The Light”.

She was the Dancing Queen of Austin and everything else listed above.

Margaret Moser, 63, gracefully passed away in her San Antonio home after a four-year dance with colon cancer. She will undoubtedly carry the legacy of being one of the most famed, female journalists in Texas history.

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With Live Nation’s new festival passport, you can attend almost every music festival in the world for $799

Cost of admission:

ACL: $255

Bonnaroo: $349.50

EDC: $355

Lollapalooza: $335

Before taxes and fees, a music lover would spend almost $1,300 to attend just four of the world’s biggest music festivals. Now, this same journeyman could experience all these and dozens more for almost half that price.

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Local band Fancy Pants changes name to NOISECHOIR

A band’s name is not merely a title for a group– it’s an identity that tells a story before the music even begins, a personal brand that resonates with the musical style and reflects the personalities of all the band members.

That being said, choosing a name is an extremely important process that can make or break a band’s success.