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Austin City Limits is Named Historic Rock and Roll Site


by Jerome Weeks 10 Aug 2009

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum has designated the public television show, Austin City Limits, as a historic rock and roll site — that is, the show’s KLRU studio-home at the University of Texas at Austin will be so designated. It’ll join nine other rock and roll landmarks throughout the country — […]

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The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum has designated the public television show, Austin City Limits, as a historic rock and roll site — that is, the show’s KLRU studio-home at the University of Texas at Austin will be so designated. It’ll join nine other rock and roll landmarks throughout the country — including the Whisky-a-G0-Go in Los Angeles and Brooklyn High School in Cleveland (where the Hall of Fame is located), the location for Elvis Presley’s first concert north of the Mason-Dixon line.

A plaque will be placed at the UT-Austin studio — ironically, the show itself will soon move to its new $40 million, 2750-seat home, the Austin City Limits Theater in Austin’s W Hotel complex.

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