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Sunday, Oct. 23, 8 p.m., $35 GA to $600 VIP booth
Barnato, 225 N 170th St #100, Omaha
barnato.bar/events

Austin supergroup Shinyribs is self-described as “a sonic melting pot of Texas blues, New Orleans R&B funk, horn-driven Memphis soul, country twang, border music, big band swing, and roots-rock.” The band is led by vocalist-songwriter-guitarist Kevin Russell, commanding the stage with his sharp-dressed, charismatic persona. Shinyribs has racked up a number of the Austin Chronicle’s Austin Music Awards including Best Austin Band (2017, 2018), Album of the Year for “I Got Your Medicine” (2017), and Best 2020-Themed Song for “Stay Home” (2020).  They are making a short Midwest run on the way to acclaimed Chicago blues-Americana venue Fitzgerald’s and Omaha is on the schedule See shinyribs.org for more about the band.

Shinyribs
Austin supergroup Shinyribs brings their fusion of soul, blues, R&B and American roots music to Barnato Sunday, Oct. 23, 8 p.m. Credit: Wyatt McSpadden

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