5 Shows To See This Week



24th Street Wailers - COURTESY
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Monday, March 30
24th Street Wailers
This week at Sam’s swing night, Toronto’s 24th Street Wailers play big old rhythm ‘n’ blues, full of call-response sections and 12 bar progressions. $10, 7pm, Sam’s Burger Joint, 330 E Grayson, (210) 223-2830

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Monday, March 30
Small World 

Led by drummer Kyle Keener and guitarist Polly Harrison, Small World places world music in the jazz setting. The band features music from the Great American Songbook and bossa nova sung in the original Portuguese. 7:30pm, Olmos Pharmacy, 3902 McCullough, (210) 822-1188

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Tuesday, March 31
Ariana Grande 

After leaving her role on Nickelodeon’s Victorious, Ariana Grande began her assault on Big Pop with the 2013 debut Yours Truly. After entering at the top of the Billboard chart, Grande has shown an impressive range, working with Zedd, The Weeknd and Big Sean. Her biggest hit yet came last Spring, with the single-life anthem “Problem.” Onstage, Grande’s vocal range is the real treat, recalling the chops of pre-Nick Cannon Mariah Carey. With Rixton, Cashmere Cat. $41.63-$84.50, 7:30pm, AT&T Center,1 AT&T Center, (210) 444-5000

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Wednesday, April 1
Devil’s Hollow 
From the hills of West Texas, Devil’s Hollow pulses with a blues heart, a honky-tonk attitude and imitations of Billy Gibbons’ guitar. $10-$40, 7pm, Sam’s Burger Joint, 330 E Grayson, (210) 223-2830

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Wednesday, April 1
Midtown Jazz Sound

Drummer John Fernandez, leader of Midtown Jazz Town, returns to Soho for his sixth year of residency at the downtown club. 10:30pm, SoHo, 214 W Crockett., (210) 444-1000

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