Sunday music picks: Bad Religion, Riverboat Gamblers

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Riverboat Gamblers. Photo by Tammy Perez/For American-Statesman.
Riverboat Gamblers. Photo by Tammy Perez/For American-Statesman.

Riverboat Gamblers. Photo by Tammy Perez/For American-Statesman.

Bad Religion, Off!, Riverboat Gamblers at Emo’s. Expect the hardcore punks to be out in full force for this triple bill featuring two bands full of longtime Los Angeles veterans plus a Texas mainstay. Bad Religion started playing in 1979 and has been through a lot of phases since then, including the departure and return of singer Brett Gurewitz. Off! formed more recently but includes singer Keith Morris of L.A. legends Black Flag and Circle Jerks. Local openers the Riverboat Gamblers formed in Denton in the late-’90s but eventually found their way to Austin, releasing several albums with Volcom Entertainment. $27.75. 7 p.m. doors. 2015 E. Riverside Drive. emosaustin.com.

Also: Metamodern country sensation Sturgill Simpson plays the second of his two sold-out shows on the outdoor stage at Stubb’s. Catch local alt-country band Harvest Thieves afterward on the indoor stage. The spring KUTX Music Series begins two months of Sundays from 2 to 6 p.m. at Uncle Billy’s with local group the Digital Wild. … Jessica Riddle and Utley3 play dual record-release in-stores at Antone’s Record Shop at 3 p.m.


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