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The Week in Music 10/10-10/17

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Here’s what’s in store musically in SA this week, IN ADDITION TO all the stuff we highlighted in our print edition. Always check our calendar for comprehensive listings.

Whoa nellie, it's one of those weeks in music, meaning there's a lot of damned decent shows. It's highly recommended that you go and get you some.

Wed, Oct 13 The Toasters at White Rabbit $12-$14. Ska, ska, ska, third wave ska, brah.

Thur, Oct 14 Electric Six and the Constellations at White Rabbit $12-$14. Trash disco and southern party starters, respectively. Count us in.

Michelle Shocked at Casbeers $20-$25. Damn the man with this feminist folk singer icon.

Fri, Oct 15 Infidels at Main Plaza FREE. Local folk rock with a dramatic flair.

In Beds at Limelight Music+Drinks $5. Catchy South Texas surfin' indie rock.

The Hickoids at the Mix FREE. Psychobilly at its most psycho.

Sat, Oct 16 In and Outlaws at Boneshakers $5. Honky tonk at its most honky.

T-Bird and the Breaks at Sam's Burger Joint $5. Super soul shakedown featuring the Austin-based soul revivalists, JJ Lopez and Scuba Gooding Jr.

Blackbird Sing at Nightrocker Live CALL FOR DOOR PRICE. Alt-country by metalheads and a pop punk leadsinger.

Sun, Oct 17 David Krakauer and Accoustic Klezmer Madness! at Barshop Jewish Community Center $20. Eastern European klezmer music meets avant garde improv.

Darryl Worley at MacArthur Parade Field, 2010 Stanley Road, Fort Sam Houston, FREE. Country superstar gives free performance to honor the troops.

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