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<dropinitial>S<TypographyTag1>inger-songwriter Alejandro Escovedo’s Tex-Mex Americana still — like his trans-Atlantic compatriot Elvis Costello — bears traces of the artist’s garage-rocking past. The beloved Austin musician and his band, the Sensitive Boys, play Friday night at Dan’s Silverleaf, where the intimate setting and ace sound ought to make Escovedo’s songs of love and survival go down smoothly. The show begins at 9 p.m. at Dan’s, 103 Industrial St. Seats cost $25, and general admission is $15, with advance tickets available at www.danssilverleaf.com.<252,1></TypographyTag1><bylineend>— Mariel Tam-Ray</byline_end>

Singer-songwriter Alejandro Escovedo’s Tex-Mex Americana still — like his trans-Atlantic compatriot Elvis Costello — bears traces of the artist’s garage-rocking past. The beloved Austin musician and his band, the Sensitive Boys, play Friday night at Dan’s Silverleaf, where the intimate setting and ace sound ought to make Escovedo’s songs of love and survival go down smoothly. The show begins at 9 p.m. at Dan’s, 103 Industrial St. Seats cost $25, and general admission is $15, with advance tickets available at www.danssilverleaf.com.

— Mariel Tam-Ray


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