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'Stupid Girl' Singers Garbage Return to San Antonio in May


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Contributing to the soundtrack for TV shows like The X-Files and Dawson’s Creek as well as blockbuster movies like Baz Luhrmann's Romeo + Juliet, it’s safe to say that Garbage really encompassed a ’90s sound.

Blending elements of dance music with pop, alt-rock and trip-hop, Garbage was definitely one of the mammoth female-led bands in the ’90s. And for good reason – they rocked then and still do now.

Even on their latest record Strange Little Birds, Shirley Manson and family continue to make alternative pop-rock interesting by adding more unexpected electronic textures.

The band returns to San Antonio on Sunday, May 12 for a show at the Aztec Theatre.

Tickets go on sale Thursday, February 7 at 10 a.m. and can be purchased here.
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