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Published: 3/22/2010

SESAC at SXSW 2010

SESAC showcased some of the most electrifying musical acts at THE SXSW® Music and Media Conference 2010 in Austin, TX.  With unforgettable performances by such acts as Hayes Carll, Jim Lauderdale, Elizabeth Cook, Ten Bears, MNDR and One Pin Short, among many others, SESAC once again featured the most exciting and progressive music at the annual event.

WEDNESDAY March 17th

SESAC Day Stage Cafe featuring Acrylics, MNDR and Abe Vigoda

Abe Vigoda performs

Acrylics perform

SESAC's Jamie Dominguez with Molly Shea of the Acrylics

SESAC's Trevor Gale, MNDR and SESAC's Jamie Dominguez

MNDR performs



PJ Morton captivates the audience at Klub Krucial on a Wednesday night at SXSW

Miz Metro plays Club 115 for one of her 5 SXSW performances

THURSDAY March 18th


SESAC hosted a "Green Eggs & Band" Brunch during the SXSW festivities.  The event brought together SESAC-affiliated bands with journalists and music supervisors for a fun and casual confab.

SESAC's Josh Feingold chats with Andrew Burr of Woven Bones and John Norris who interviewed artists for SESAC TV

SESAC's Dennis Lord, Jamie Dominguez (second from left) and Trevor Gale visit with songwriter/artist Kara Clark

SESAC's Josh Feingold with Princeton.

SESAC's Linda Lorence Critelli with Colin Brooks of Band Of Heathens and Ashley Rains


SESAC Official Showcase at The Velveeta Room featuring One Pin Short, Ten Bears, Love of Everything, Jail Weddings, Get Busy Committee, MNDR and Joan of Arc

Shawn Garnett of One Pin Short performs

SESAC's Trevor Gale with Shawn Garnett and Andy Roberts of One Pin Short

Jail Weddings sings it out

Joan of Arc plays for the crowd

Ten Bears performs

SESAC's Diana Akin, Josh Feingold, Jamie Dominguez and Linda Lorence Critelli with Ten Bears

The Americana Showcase at Antone's, sponsored by SESAC.  Featuring Jim Lauderdale, Elizabeth Cook and Hayes Carll

Jim Lauderdale croons

Elizabeth Cook sings out

Hayes Carll tells a story to set up his song