10 Shows to See This Weekend


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Thursday, February 11
PRCA Rodeo with Hunter Hayes

If it's true that baby-face pop country crooner Hunter Hayes can play 30 instruments, it's a shame he's wasting all that talent on making the aspartame pop country that's making him a 24-year-old millionaire ... Oh, I see. $15-$200, 7pm, AT&T Center, 1 AT&T Center Parkway, (210) 444-5000

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Thursday, February 11
Nicho Hinojosa

The sensitive, Spanish-language ballads by Nicho Hinojosa will make even the staunchest tough guy weep. $20, 9:15pm, Club Rio, 13307 San Pedro Ave, (210) 403-2582

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Friday, February 12
The Bellamy Brothers

Best known for soft rock special "Let Your Love Flow," the Bellamy Brothers' discography goes way deeper than the saccharine crossover hit. $20 - $25, 7pm, John T. Floore’s Country Store, 14492 Old Bandera Road, (210) 695-8827

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Friday, February 12
Collective Dreams

The collective space dream of five of the city's ethereal math-poppers. With Animal Spirit and Peach Fish. 10pm, Bottom Bracket Social Club, 1609 N. Colorado St., (210) 267-9160
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Friday, February 12
El Gran Cumbiasazo!! *Edicion Acuario

Cumbia beneath the deep in this underwater-themed dance party. Suggested donation of $3, 10pm, The Phantom Room, 2106 N. St. Mary's St.

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Friday, February 12
Ellis Redon

In regards to Ellis Redon, some brilliant music critic once wrote, "His music is vast and metallic, like dusk in a scrapyard—pixies playing in the kindled underbrush of a slashed and burned rainforest. I want to make out and cry, cry and make out." With Crocodile and Old Soul. $3, 9pm, Concrete Jungle, 1628 S. Presa. St., (210) 884-6455
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Friday, February 12
The Red Legs

The Bolos' Osita Anusi, The Hares' Harvey McLaughlin and Lonely Horse's Nick Long and Travis Hild have formed a band of varsity level rock 'n' rollers. We'll see if the whole can live up to the sum of its parts. $5, 8pm, Paper Tiger, 2410 N. St. Mary's St.

Saturday, February 13
Communist Daughter

Props for the incredible Neutral Milk Hotel-inspired band name to this quartet of Minnesota indie rockers. $10 donation, 7pm,  Riff House Concerts, 14614 Mountain Wood

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Saturday, February 13
The Grasshopper Lies Heavy

Stand in a room full of blowdryers for 40 minutes; hot, sticky waves of vibrating heat cascading across your bod. Their white noise humming like a million grasshoppers, changing frequency in unison. 'Tis the Grasshopper, my friends. 'Tis the Grasshopper. With Ghost Police and Extent. Free, 9pm, Faust Tavern, 517 E. Woodlawn Ave, (210) 257-0628

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Saturday, February 13
The Punknecks

You'll fall in love with the pixiesh frontwoman of this guttural hillbilly punk duo from Tennessee. 'Til you realize the face-tattooed, gravel-throated guitar player is her husband. Then you'll love her from afar. Real respectful like. Free, 1pm, The Cove, 606 W. Cypress St., (210) 227-2683

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