MU­SIC

Austin American-Statesman - - MOVIES & LIFE - — Pa­trick Cald­well

The Flat­landers at the Para­mount The­atre. The 1998 re­union of brightly burn­ing Lub­bock lights Joe Ely, Jim­mie Dale Gilmore and Butch Han­cock is one of the best re­union sto­ries in a mu­sic scene that’s full of them. De­fy­ing all odds, ev­ery­thing the Flat­landers have put out since reteam­ing not only matches but ex­ceeds the band’s early ’70s hey­day — with last year’s ‘Hills and Val­leys’ stand­ing as yet an­other in­stant coun­try clas­sic. With the Green­cards. 8 p.m. $33.50$84.50. 713 Congress Ave. www. austinthe­atre.org.

Also rec­om­mended: Foot Pa­trol at the Beauty Bar; the Sol­dier Thread and Quiet Com­pany at the Parish; Built by Snow and Fo­cus Group at the United States Art Author­ity; the White Ho­tel, the Dis­tance Run­ner and Candi and the Strangers at the Ghost Room; English Teeth and the Hi-Tones at the Con­ti­nen­tal Club; El­liott Smith trib­ute night at Dominican Joe’s; Dar­den Smith at the Cac­tus Cafe; Reck­less Kelly at An­tone’s; Tele­graph Canyon and Mon­a­hans at Club De Ville.

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