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Sat 11/29
Eva Ybarra

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La Reina del Acordeón, Eva Ybarra’s work exists on secret-spot taco-joint status: It’s so nice that we almost want to keep the word to ourselves to avoid undesired hype. From up-tempo stompers to slow, string-laced tragedies, Ybarra’s piquant conjunto appeals to newcomers and veterans of the genre. On “A Mi San Antonio,” Ybarra shares her love for the city, weaving through accordion runs. “I wouldn’t change my hometown for nothing, nada, not another beautiful town,” Ybarra told the Current earlier this year. And with brilliant shredding like hers, there’s no one we’d rather have. With D.T. Buffkin and DJ Rae D. Cabello. $5, 10pm Sat, Hi-Tones, 621 E Dewey, (210) 785-8777. —MS




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