10 Shows to See This Weekend


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Thursday, January 21
Matthew Logan Vasquez (of Delta Spirit)

On the 2015 EP Austin, Delta Spirit’s Matthew Logan Vasquez follows the smoke signals of contemplative firestarters Radiohead and Mazzy Star. Check out the Delta Spirit frontman as he completes the second, and last, night of his January residency. $10, 8pm, Paper Tiger, 2410 N. St. Mary's St. 

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Thursday, January 21
Liverpool Legends - The Complete Beatles Experience!

Hand-picked by Louise Harrison – sister of the late George Harrison of The Beatles – this Liverpudlian quartet is the only band in the world with a close, direct biological link to the original Fab Four! Now say "Liverpudlian" to your heart's content. $25 - $50, 8pm, Sam’s Burger Joint, 330 E. Grayson St., (210) 223-2830
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Thursday, January 21
Badfish: A Tribute to Sublime

What's more enjoyable than a Jimmy Buffett cover band? A Sublime cover band, of course. Relive the days of the SoCal group with Badfish, playing ska punk straight outta New England. $15, 7pm, Aztec Theatre, 104 N. St. Mary's St., (210) 812-4355 
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Thursday, January 21
Tera Ferna Sundown Shadows LP Release

Kicking off their national tour to support their first full-length album, San Antonio natives Tera Ferna will bring their emotional rock to the west coast. With Lowly Servants and Doral Club. $5, 8pm, Jack's Bar, 3030 Thousand Oaks, (210) 494-2309

Thursday, January 21
Mötley 2: Tribute to Mötley Crüe

Now that Mötley Crüe is no longer, playing their final show December 31 of last year, the very cleverly named Mötley 2 will fill the gaping hole in your heart with all the spandex, spikes, leather and hairspray you could ever ask for. $8-$10, 8pm, Amp Room, 2407 N. St. Mary's St.
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Friday, January 22
Billy Joe Shaver

Long in the tooth and short in fingers, Shaver has crafted impeccable tales of good ol' boy debauchery, heartache and humility. He is one of Texas' most brilliant songwriters and the last beacons of a bygone era of foolhardy, headstrong swagger and confidence. The old five and dimer born in Corsicana has, by now, surely become the diamond that lived inside that old lump a' coal. $17.50 - $22, 8:30pm, John T. Floore’s Country Store, 14492 Old Bandera Rd., (210) 695-8827
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Friday, January 22
Christian Death

Although formed in the late '70s, goth rockers Christian Death never reached the success of gloom and doomers Bauhaus. Probably because their album cover depicted Jesus shooting up heroin, so it's pretty obvious there's a special place in Hell for them - if Hell exists, that is. With The Maension with Annex, Hearts Fail and Encrypted. $10-$15, 8pm, Korova, 107 E. Martin St., (210) 226-5070
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Saturday, January 23
Levees EP Release Show 

If A&R guys still existed and they were to catch Levees on the day that the competition signed the next Alabama Shakes, the group might be rocketing up the charts faster than you can say "But I don't even like the Alabama Shakes." With Crown, Femina-X and Fair Coyote. $5, 9pm, Limelight, 2718 N. St. Mary's St., (210) 735-7775

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Saturday, January 23
City and Colour

Sounding like the kind of music you'd encounter over the speaker at mall chain Urban Outfitters, City and Colour is about as hip as alternative country can get - total hipster fodder. With Greyhounds. $30-$47, 7pm, Aztec Theatre, 104 N. St Mary's St., (210) 812-4355 
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Sunday, January 24
Farolito Music Presents Tribute to Los Panchos

Witness the majesty and romance of Mexico's most famous guitar-vocal trio. $20, 3pm, Carver Community Cultural Center, 226 N. Hackberry St., (210) 207-7211

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