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Bus parking near Square studied

Downtown Parking Commission members met Friday and toured streets around the Square with city officials to examine where the best place to park band tour buses would be. (January 21, 2013, Page 1)

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    Ali Holder, Daniel Thomas Phipps launch new music at Proud Larry’s August 9

    OXFORD TOWN – Based out of Austin, Texas, Ali Holder and Daniel Thomas Phipps will be coming through Oxford as a stop on their southeast tour. They’re set for Proud Larry’s next Thursday (Aug. 9) at 9:45 p.m. Both musicians are established in their own right, with their own bands, but they come together on this tour as a singer-songwriter collaborative duo and the results are guaranteed to please any folk/rock/blues/Americana fan. Page 7 in Oxford Town No. 990 has more information about the Texas duo who will be jammin’ and recording in Oxford next week. (August 2, 2012, Page 7)

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      Joseph Arthur rocks Proud Larry’s Saturday, June 2

      The Akron, Ohio, native, Joseph Arthur (pictured), has dug deeply into the lyrical world and is bringing his vast catalog of songs to Oxford for a show at Proud Larry’s on Saturday (June 2). Doors open at 8 p.m and Arthur is scheduled to take the stage at 9:45. Tickets for the show are $12 and are being sold online at proudlarrys.com. For more information, turn to Page 7 in this week’s issue of Oxford Town (No. 981). (May 31, 2012, Page 7)

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        Meagan Tubb & Shady People return to Proud Larry’s

        OXFORD TOWN – Without a doubt, it’ll be a grand and raucous reunion tonight (May 3) at Proud Larry’s as Megan Tubb (pictured here) & Shady People return to town after a five month absence. Turn to Page 9 in this week’s issue of Oxford Town (No. 977) to learn more about the Austin, Texas, band that’s rolling into Oxford tonight, vowing to “keep it simple.” (May 3, 2012, Page 9)

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          Whole lotta Alabama Shakes going on

          OXFORD TOWN – There was so much to say about the Alabama Shakes that there was no way that we were going to fit it all in Oxford Town this week (No. 972) — from the instant downloads of live tracks available when you pre-order the “Boys & Girls” CD to the bonus 7” album that includes the tracks “Heavy Chevy” and “Pocket Change/Mama” when you pre-order your vinyl copy to the band’s television debut on “Conan.”

          (more…) (March 29, 2012)

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            Denver’s Chimney Choir blazes into town for multiple events

            OXFORD TOWN – Former Oxonian and multi-instrumentalist Kevin Larkin left Taylor approximately two years ago but he’s back this weekend with a brand new project in tow. Larkin’s lastest effort is a three-piece “world music” outfit, Chimney Choir, and they’ll be playing all over the L-O-U community and Tupelo this weekend and next week. Page 7 in this week’s issue of Oxford Town – No. 970 – has complete details about the band and Saturday night’s party. (March 15, 2012, Page 6)

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              Kinky Friedman set for TMR and Proud Larry’s tonight (Thursday, Feb. 23)

              OXFORD TOWN – In the 2006 race for Texas governor, Kinky Friedman, best-selling mystery novelist and musician, came in a close fourth on the ticket. Luckily for us (these days), Kinky is free. Free to tour and sip tequila and write books (a new mystery with Billy Bob Thornton) and record songs, including an upcoming album with Willie Nelson. Friedman is in town today (Thursday, Feb. 23) and is scheduled to appear on Thacker Mountain Radio at 6 p.m. at Off Square Books and later tonight at Proud Larry’s. Turn to Page 6 in this week’s issue of Oxford Town (No. 967) to read Jim Dees’ breakdown of Friedman and what to expect from the “gonzo troubadour” tonight on the Square. (February 23, 2012, Page 6)

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                Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors return to Proud Larry’s

                OXFORD TOWN – Turn to Page 7 in this week’s issue of Oxford Town (No. 966) to see what Drew and the gang have been up to since their last visit to Oxford in April of last year. Hint: Even if you already possess the band’s latest album, “Chasing Someday,” you’ll definitely want to revisit the new version. The Nashville quintet returns to Proud Larry’s tomorrow night (Feb. 17) with folk musician Jillian Edwards set to open the show. Pictured here are Drew and his wife, Ellie, Holcomb. (February 16, 2012, Page 7)

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                  Oxford Music Fest 2012 spotlight continues

                  OXFORD TOWN – The photo shown here caught one of Oxford’s favorite musicians, Tate Moore, jamming at a 2011 Thacker Mountain Radio Broadcast  and we’re glad we have it in our archives because Moore takes the spotlight on Page 9 in this week’s issue of Oxford Town as we  conclude our sneak peek at the Oxford Music Festival set to reload Feb. 9. This week’s spotlight includes bands and acts for Feb. 11 and 12 at Proud Larry’s, the Lyric Theater and Malco Studio Cinema. Check it out on Pages 9 and 10 in this week’s OT and go ahead and mark your calendars. (January 26, 2012, Page 9, 10)

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                    Oxford ‘crawls’ to art

                    OXFORD TOWN – The Oxford Art Crawl begins its 2012 season this Tuesday (Jan. 24). The ongoing event will be held the fourth Tuesday of each month from January through October, lasting from 7-9 p.m. The “crawl” events are free and offer tours of the rotating exhibits at Oxford’s art spaces with small receptions held at each stop. Turn to Page 9 in this week’s issue of Oxford Town has information about the rotating art event set to return next Tuesday. (January 19, 2012, Page 9)

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