Archive for the ‘band’ Category


The Robert Johnson show with the SA Blue Cats and friends looks particularly interesting…but all live acts are essentially magic.  Let’s list them, shall we?

Wednesday 10/5/2016: The Americans with Marcy Grace

Friday 10/28/2016: The Taking with Down Generation & Remanon

Saturday 11/12/2016: Mickey and the Motorcars with Saints Anlogue

Wednesday 11/16/2016: Rhett Miller (of the The Old 97’s) Acoustic Show.  (That was the band Jennifer Aniston’s character wanted Vince Vaugn’s character to go see when she tried to patch things up in that movie The Break Up.)

Saturday 11/19/2016: The Robert Johnson SA Sessions with Texas Johnny Boy, The Mighty Orq and the SA Blue Cats.

Friday 12/2/2016: The Juantanamos EP Release & Big Labowski Tribute

Friday 12/23/2016: Carolyn Wonderland and Guy Forsyth – A Holiday Roast

Go to Sam’s Burger Joint Online for ticket purchases and more info.

“San Antonio’s only six piece trio”-Jake Castillo.

With their highly progressive jazz fusion sound, Jake Castillo and his merry melody makers are creating something a little different. “I think it’s important that people know that we are a blend of multiple genres. When people come to see us, they should expect an aural assault of many colors as our palette is wide open.”

Mr. Castillo says his band is the reason he continues.  “Hendrix is a main inspiration.”  

Thursday night in Say Town. You never know what you’re going to get.

The eighth year anniversary for the Main Street jam is in a week.

Gonna jam myself in a minute.  Click here to watch the recorded live feed by Randy Caballero Photography.


Need a Tuesday night release?  Picks…round two.  

 jazz and Poetry With  A Purpose at Carmens  De Calle 

Click the pic to get your tix

Thirteen hot poets & a live jazz band, mix with a world class vibe and delicious food. This all happens at Jazz and Poetry with a Purpose where we spread the message with an overall theme and consciousness. The theme for January 2016 “Keeping the dream alive in a new season.”

As we reflect on resolutions how do we revitalize the plans we’ve made for ourselves? Also some of you may want to pay tribute to Dr. MLK JR. Put it in a poem people, and let the dreams flow.

Doors open at 7pm. $10 Cash cover for all nonperforming patrons. Free for performance poets. Live music begins at 8p and poetry starts at 8:15p. Ages 16 and up welcome. Be mindful there are alcoholic beverages served on the premises and amazing food cooked up by Chef Zag. 

Carmen and Vocab are waiting to see you!!

Felix Truvere

2-Stepping, Mechanical Bullriding, Bud & Sissy and Pam & Wes look-alike contest.  Felix Truvere and the Open Road band providing the tunes, Rudy’s BBQ from 8 – 10…oh yes. Lookin’ for love in ALL the wrong places!

The San Antonio Wind Symphony, under the direction of Robert Rustowicz, will make its first appearance in the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts on May 25th, 2016. The program reflects a wide variety of musical styles and genres, from orchestral transcriptions to original works for winds, from melodious and expressive to textural, from conventional to contemporary. The program also draws from a variety of nationalities – France, England, Hungary, Armenia, Mexico and the United States. 
Click here to visit the Tobin Center online

18086 Pleasanton Rd. SayTown, 78221
210-628-6200

Click here to visit the festival website.


121 Alamo Plz. San Antonio Texas 78205

Live on the patio. Cover starts at $5.

West Kings Highway 
Fridays from 7 – 9 PM

Sancho’s Cantina 
628 Jackson St
SATX

Join West Kings Highway every Friday at Sancho’s Cantina for an evening of great music! With frequent musical guests, the line-up is always a delight featuring local legends with the band. Sometimes rocking, sometimes mellow, all-times excellent…more

Noah Peterson & Friends 

Wednesdays at J&O’s Cantina 
8-11pm
1014 S. Presa St.
SATX

Wednesday night is about music, technology, and touring groups!
Noah Peterson hosts a weekly residency with varying local and touring artists.

Click here to visit Noah Peterson’s website.