The Daily Texan made a map of some of the city's most historic music venues. From Stevie Ray Vaughn’s spontaneous 3 a.m. performances to Hank William’s last song, Austin’s music scene has heard it all. Although a few venues have closed down, Austinites can still experience music history at several sites throughout the city.
From classical compositions to indie-rock songs, sounds of cellos, violins and drums echo throughout the city as world-class musicians take the stage at this year’s 19th Annual Austin Chamber Music Festival.
It’s not uncommon for a famous musician to name a song after his or her latest muse or write lyrics with double meanings, but it's rare for listeners to understand a song’s full context — that's the beauty of a memoir.
With the launch of Apple Music on July 30, listeners worldwide will have another option to consider when choosing their music-streaming service. Listeners must decide between established industry leaders or new competitors looking to claim the title “King of the Stream.”