5 Shows To See This Week

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Monday, June 22
The Georges


South Texas stalwarts The Georges inject rockabilly with the pop stylings of the Fab Four. Tonight, they provde the rockabilly soundtrack to Sam's weekly swing night. $10, 7pm, Sam's Burger Joint,330 E. Grayson, 
210-223-2830
 


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Tuesday, June 23
Prime Time Jazz Orchestra

Prime Time saxophonist John Magaldi riffs through straight ahead standards with his big breathy tone. He's a worthy bandleader and first chair, having performed with Johnny Mathis, Boots Randolph, Tony Bennett and Marvin Gaye. Free, 8pm, Blue Stare Brewing Company, 1414 S. Alamo, (210) 212-5506



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Tuesday, June 22
Whitesnake


Free parking on Downtown Tuesdays plus White Snake at the Majestic makes for a perfect storm of recreating Tawny Kitaen's car hood dance in the video for "Here I Go Again." $50-$75, 8pm, The Majestic Theatre, 224 E. Houston, (210) 226-5700


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Wednesday, June 24
Brother Dege


Describing his tunes as “Psyouthern Delta World Punk Rock,” Louisiana’s Brother Dege broke out his bayou microgenre with a spot on the soundtrack of Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained in 2012. Called “Too Old to Die Young,” the tune is a stomping slide guitar anthem, perfect for the violence and audacity of Tarantino. $5, 9:30pm, 502 Bar, 502 Embassy Oaks, (210) 257-8125


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Wednesday, June 24
Wild Party, Deer Vibes


Through 12 songs of brightly lit guitar pop, Wild Party’s debut Phantom Pop throws a bash of hi-fi six-string, toe-tapping keyboards and counter-melodic bass, all with heavy emphasis on a 16th beat hi-hat shuffle. Each ditty is surprisingly elastic, changing attitudes, styles or decades between parts. Take “When I Get Older,” the opening cut from Wild Party’s first album Phantom Pop. Introduced by a guitar that sounds like a worthy update to Hall and Oates’ “You Make My Dreams Come True,” singer and Boerne native Lincoln Kreifels approaches a verse with precise weighting of syllables. As Deer Vibes leader Michael Carrillo picks up steam with his side project Michael J and the Foxes, don’t expect the indie rock big band to get dropped anytime soon. With Swimming With Bears. $13, 7pm, Paper Tiger, 2410 N. St. Mary's




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