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Planner, Feb. 13: Doobie Brothers, Steely Dan, more tickets on sale

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The Doobie Brothers return to the ACL Live stage on April 27, and tickets for the show go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday. The Doobies have been making music and touring the world since 1970, selling more than 30 million albums in their five decades. Their newest record, “Southbound,” released in November, reimagined their biggest hits with vocal collaborations with some of today’s biggest country music stars. April’s show will feature original Doobie Brothers members Tom Johnston and Patrick Simmons, as well as special guest Don Felder, the lead guitarist for the Eagles.

Indie-rock singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens’ May 12 show at Bass Concert Hall sold out quickly, so a second show has been added for May 13. Tickets, $35-40, also go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday at texasperformingarts.org. Stevens will be touring behind his new album “Carrie & Lowell,” due out March 31 on Asthmatic Kitty Records.

More tickets on sale Friday:

• Passafire at Stubb’s BBQ (March 29)

• Jungle at Emo’s (April 9)

• Nothing More at Red 7 (April 15)

• Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally at the Paramount Theatre (April 17)

• PHOX at the Parish (April 22)

• Vance Joy at Stubb’s BBQ (April 27)

• Lord Huron at Stubb’s BBQ (May 11)

• Dave Matthews Band at Austin360 Amphitheater at Circuit of the Americas (May 13)

• Strung Out at Red 7 (May 20)

• Tech N9ne Special Effects Tour at Emo’s (May 31)

• Hello Kitty’s Supercute Friendship Festival at Cedar Park Center (Sep. 25-27)

— Rachel Corbelli

On sale Saturday: Jazz rock juggernaut Steely Dan announced that they are extending a tour that started with a string of April dates into the summer. The “Rockabye Gollie Angel Tour” which includes an opening appearance by brainy pop fave Elvis Costello, will make an Austin stop at the Austin360 Amphitheater on July 17. While this dashes our hopes of a possible ACL Festival appearance by the band, who are scheduled to play Coachella, plenty of Austin fans will be able to see the classic rockers.

Tickets, which run $35-$125, go on sale Saturday at 10 a.m. at austin360amphitheater.com, ticketmaster.com and all Ticketmaster locations.

— Deborah Sengupta Stith

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