10 Shows to See This Weekend


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Thursday, March 3
Antique Sunlight

The southwestern desert trippers – Lou Reed does Townes Van Zandt– get in a couple of shows before their tour out West. With False Hemlock, Wild Fitz and Maoyenrai. $5, 8pm, Imagine Books and Records, 8373 Culebra Road, (210) 236-7668
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Thursday, March 3
Catherine Denise with Katy G and The Girls

Our very own Catherine Denise and Kansas City's Katy Guillen have been playing the blues alongside notable namesakes for years now. $10-$40, 8pm, Sam’s Burger Joint, 330 E. Grayson St., (210) 223-2830
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Thursday, March 3
Vocalosity: Aca-Perfect Tour

Created by Deke Sharon, the "mastermind" behind Pitch Perfect, Vocalosity proves beyond the cheesy name (nice try with the "aca-perfect" pun) there's some seriously talented pipes. $25 - $45, 7:30pm, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, 100 Auditorium Cir., (210) 223-8624
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Friday, March 4
Brahms' Piano Concerto No. 1

Music Director Sebastian Lang-Lessing collaborates with veteran titan of the piano, Peter Serkin, playing Brahms’s towering and notoriously challenging Piano Concerto No. 1 in D minor. $20 - $96, 8pm, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, 100 Auditorium Cir., (210) 223-8624
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Friday, March 4
Experience Hendrix Tour 2016

Formidable axe-wielders Billy Cox, Zakk Wylde, Buddy Guy, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and more team up to honor the left-handed space case with the pyromaniacal tendencies. $49.50-$99.50, 8pm, The Majestic Theatre, 224 E. Houston St., (210) 226-5700
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Friday, March 4
Ten Year Anniversary with Sweet Sensations

Arise, oh pale ones, emerge from the shadows, fill your goblets and celebrate a decade of one of SA's finest post-punk, goth clubs. $12, 9pm, Industry Nightclub, 8021 Pinebrook Drive, (210) 374-2765
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Saturday, March 5
Lost Records' Get Lost Vol. 1 Release

Lost Records, a local label founded by Jason Valdez that's devoted to SoTex ska, punk and rock 'n' roll, is throwing a release party for their 2016 Compilation Get Lost: Volume 1. The sampler features bangers from their label family: The Lost Project, Young Costello, Kill Liberal and Harvey McLaughlin & the BottomFeeders, all based in Austin and SA. $5, 9pm, The Phantom Room, 2106 N. St. Mary's St.
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Saturday, March 5
Mickey Avalon and Dirt Nasty

The fascinatingly tacky rapper, whose cocksure swagger is matched only by his coy androgyny, is set to have the whole Hill Country doing the "Jane Fonda." With Fyer and Crichy Crich. $30, 2pm, Josabi's, 17200 TX-16, (210) 372-9100
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Saturday, March 5
Southtown Vinyl Grand Opening

The newest record shop in town will be hosting their grand opening with D.T. Buffkin (our music editor's band), punks No Time For the Old In and Out, queer bassmaster Pink Leche and DJs Donnie Dee, Chacho, Adam Madrigal and Mighty Monkz. Free with RSVP, 2pm, Southtown Vinyl, 1010 S. Flores St., (210) 231-0512

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Sunday, March 6
Judy Watters Cancer Care Benefit Concert

Ruben V, Jimmy Spacek, Claude Butch Morgan, Laura Marie, Jim Beal & Miss Neesie and too many other talents to list gather together in a benefit to support another victim of the disease that just this year claimed Lemmy Kilmister, David Bowie and Jim Ed Brown. $10, 2pm, Sam’s Burger Joint, 330 E. Grayson St., (210) 223-2830

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