Al Staehely is the only person on the planet who has both played Carnegie Hall and provided legal services for Stevie Ray Vaughan. “I was in a band at the University of Texas with two law students who were older than I,” says Staehely. “We played good-paying gigs every weekend, and when it was time … Read moreSTAEHELY
I am writing to share some important updates as more virulent strains of COVID 19 spread. While not universal, a growing number of venues are expressing understandable concern about the evolving situation and taking measures to keep artists, crew, and patrons safe. Some are doing this on their own, while others are mandated by evolving … Read more#SAVEOURSTAGES(again…and until we each do our part)
Austin music patron organization Black Fret announces recipients of this year’s grants Local music patron organization Black Fret announced the winners of this year’s $18,000 major grants, along with recipients of $5,000 minor grants, on Saturday night at the organization’s annual Black Ball season finale concert at the Paramount Theatre. The 10 acts receiving $18,000 grants … Read moreRAJIWORLD CLIENTS WIN BIG AT BLACK BALL
There are a lot of great reasons to love Austin. We’ve got Barton Springs, we’ve got all the cool hang outs for every type of person, we’ve got amazing food. We’ve also got our very own EMQ – Elizabeth McQueen. EMQ is such a beautiful lady, a beautiful singer, a beautiful mother, and a beautiful … Read moreELIZABETH MCQUEEN – A TRUE AUSTINITE
As the owner of a small business and a staff member at RajiWorld, I am constantly in search of highly successful business owners with the same standards I hold true to my heart. One of my favorite aspects of interning at RajiWorld, is experiencing the ever-growing passion Roggie Baer has for her business; she believes … Read moreWHAT IS YOUR BUSINESS’ PURPOSE?
RajiWorld longtime friend, client, and author Pamela Des Barres was recently featured in this month’s issue of Guitar Player. For those who don’t know! Roggie and Pamela have been friends for so long that when Roggie met Pamela, she was just a college student booking for her school. Even more magically, day she met Pamela she also met … Read morePAMELA DES BARRES TALKS JACK WHITE
The Austin Bike Zoo will be traveling to El Paso this weekend, August 30-31, to party with all you El Paso-ians? El pastonians? Well, anyway, lets party at the Sun City Music Festival! Its hot, its summer, its a festival. So, Sit down, cool down, get down, on our bikes! If you’ve been to SCMF … Read moreAUSTIN BIKE ZOO WILL SEE YOU SATURDAY, EL PASO!
Actually, this is also NYC’s first time to see The Dream Syndicate perform this Millenia. Its okay, don’t panic, you can still get your tickets for the Nov 15th show at Rough Trade via Ticketmaster. In fact, RajiWorld has you informed so early that tickets haven’t even gone on sale yet! Be up bright and early Wednesday August … Read moreTHIS CENTURY’S FIRST DREAM SYNDICATE SHOW IN NYC!
Summer is dwindling away. Some of us may have already started school. For the lucky ones who go to UT, like me, there’s still and entire day and a half left before we must take the semester by the horns. Unfortunately, that means that soon I’ll have to say goodbye to Roggie, Stephanie, and the … Read moreEXPAND YOUR SKILLS, GROW WITH RAJIWORLD
The wonderful musician Chris Aaron has taken some time to double as a journalist in his review of Louise Goffin’s ‘Songs from the Mine,’ which he coincidentally collaborated on. Here’s a little sample of the beautiful review: “It’s a beautifully produced, ballad heavy release that kicks off with a stirring, string enhanced, piano based ballad “Everybody … Read moreCHRIS AARON’S REVIEWS SONGS FROM THE MINE