5 Shows to See This Week

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The honeys of Moon Honey. - FACEBOOK
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  • The honeys of Moon Honey.

Monday, March 7
Moon Honey



Utilizing a vocalist with a rich vibrato and interstellar rock compositions, Moon Honey accomplish out-of-this-world space-folk. With Levees, Bright Like the Sun and Octahedron. $10, 7pm, Paper Tiger, 2410 N. St. Mary's St.




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Monday, March 7
Greedy 
Mouth

Corpus' powerviolence punks with a Seitan-ic sense of humor 
show why they have a steady-growing fanbase of likeminded souls. With Six Brew Brantha and Time Termination. 10pm, Hi-Tones, 621 E. Dewey Pl., (210) 573-6220 



134 years of rock 'n' roll between the two of 'em. - FACEBOOK
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Tuesday, March 8
Fred & Toody (of Dead Moon, Pierced Arrows)


Playing raw rock 'n' roll on their own terms for over 40 years, see the garage legends play a stripped down duo set. $8, 6pm, Paper Tiger, 2410 N. St. Mary's St.



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Tuesday, March 8
Mavis Staples and Nick Lowe

Perhaps the most brilliant musical idea any mind has ever thought up was to put a backbeat to The Staple Singers gospel songs. Not only did it plant one of the funkiest grooves behind some of the sweetest sounds, but it allowed for the hallmark principles of equality and respect to have a place in the often vapid realm of popular song. With British pub poet and songwriter of note Nick Lowe. $32.50-$60, 7:30pm, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, 100 Auditorium Circle, (210) 223-8624



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Wednesday, March 9
New Music Festival

A free concert series featuring the new compositions of UTSA music faculty James Scott Balentine, Ethan Wickman, James Syler and Andrew Bergmann. Free, 7:30pm, UTSA Recital Hall, 1 UTSA Circle, (210) 458-4354



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