Essential Sounds & Best Bets
Waco Live Music (3/10–3/15/23) Painting Fences, Rad Dragon & Bedtime Stories | Brotherwell Brewing | 6 pm, Friday, March 10 Local punk rockers Rad Dragon…
Tony Berotte’s Guide to Waco’s Best Barbeque
“If you’re feelin’ puny, And you don’t know what to do, Treat yourself to some meat, Eat some barbecue.” —Robert Earl Keen Take it from…
Essential Sounds & Best Bets (3/15–3/19/23)
Waco Live Music
Pirscription | Backyard Bar Stage & Grill | 8:30 pm, Wednesday, March 15
Nappy Roots may be the headliner at the Backyard on Wednesday night, but for our money, the act you really need to see is Waco’s own Pirscription, who’s opening the show. The Backyard has always been good at using local bands and musicians ahead of touring acts, but when you see Pirscription, you’re seeing a full-blown music impresario in the making. Born in Clifton and raised in West, he’s not just a rapper but also a promoter, record producer, guerilla marketing expert, and all-around nice guy. While this may be his Backyard debut, catch him there while you can before he moves on up the musical food chain.
Tickets are $25 and are available online.
1 Million Cups WacoHustle Co-Working 605 Austin Ave, Waco, TX
Each Wednesday at 1 Million Cups Waco, local startups present their companies to a diverse audience of their peers, mentors, educators, and advisors. The culture surrounding 1 Million Cups is that of a supportive, neutral space welcoming entrepreneurs to be open and honest about their businesses and the challenges they face.
Fabled Story-TimeFabled Bookshop & Cafe 217 S 4th St, Waco, TX
Join Fabled for a sweet story-time where your littles will sing songs, use their creativity, and enjoy some truly lovely stories. The beautiful books chosen are perfect for your 2- to 8-year-old children, inspiring them with unique illustrations, lyrical language, and joy-filled stories. No need to RSVP for these story-times, just show up and enjoy...
Lyceum Series: Peter BurkholderGlennis McCrary Music Building 110 Baylor Ave, Waco, TX
As part of the Lyceum Series, Musicologist J. Peter Burkholder presents the lecture "Rewriting the History of Music, and Rethinking How to Listen." This event is free and open to the public at Meadows Recital Hall in the Glennis McCrary Music Building.
Lyceum Series: Jacqueline WilsonGlennis McCrary Music Building 110 Baylor Ave, Waco, TX
As part of the Lyceum Series, Dr. Jacqueline Wilson, assistant professor of bassoon at Washington State University, will outline how developing a personal praxis enabled her to use performance as a tool of connection to serve and engage her audiences. Attendees will be empowered to fuse their art with meaning by incorporating their own stories...