Five Shows To See This Week


San Antonio pop-rock quintet Tera Ferna - COURTESY
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  • San Antonio pop-rock quintet Tera Ferna

Monday, July 27
Tera Ferna

Tonight, San Antonio pop-rockers Tera Ferna release the video for “Sundown Shadows” on the Alamo Drafthouse big screen. Free, 6pm, Alamo Drafthouse Park North, 618 NW Loop 410, (210) 677-8500

Joe Reyes feat. scruff - BUTTERCULT.COM
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Tuesday, July 28

Joe Reyes

Whether he’s performing solo, with Buttercup, Mitch Web or Demitasse, guitarist Joe Reyes is one of the most captivating musicians active in the city. Free, 7:30pm Liberty Bar, 1111 S. Alamo, (210) 227-1187

Florida's Have Gun Will Travel - SUBURBAN HOME RECORDS
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  • Florida's Have Gun Will Travel

Wednesday, July 29
Have Gun Will Travel, Garrett Klahn

Named after the ’50s Western series, Florida folk-rockers Have Gun Will Travel compose rich narratives worthy of their television namesake. Frontman of post-hardcore outfit Texas Is the Reason (named after the Misfits’ “Bullet”), Garrett Klahn leads a solo tour of his own material. $5, 9pm, 502 Bar, 502 Embassy Oaks, (210) 257-8125

Wednesday, July 29
George Chambers and the Country Gentlemen

The Pearl continues its summer concert series in the stable with Texas country legend George Chambers. His band the Country Gentleman is something of a proving ground for Lone Star musicians, with alums including members of the bands of Charley Pride, Daryl McCall, Terry Yarborough and Willie Nelson. To further prove his status as a great dude, Willie even wrote the liner notes to a Chambers record thanking him for his contributions. Free, 5:30pm, Pearl Stable,  307 Pearl Pkwy, (210) 212-7260

Teenage Cavegirl lookin pretty, pretty rad onstage - VIA FACEBOOK
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  • Teenage Cavegirl lookin pretty, pretty rad onstage

Wednesday, July 29
Teenage Cavegirl, The Beers

Austin’s Teenage Cavegirl worships the Nuggets stuff with enough conviction to make Joel Osteen look like Richard Dawkins. The Beers’ six-pack sloppy Drafts demos are but a taste of the live and inebriated shine of the SA trio. $5, 9pm, Paper Tiger, 2410 N. St. Mary's

Teenage Cavegirl - "Wig Song" (from the movie Mondo Fuzz) from Youth Racket on Vimeo.

camera - jeremy van doren
edit - lou diamond trillupz


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