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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 20, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 THE HIGH NOTE  I ylfl I nvitt play5 at Gruene Hall tonight. Tickets are on sale at gruenetiall.com or by ptione at (830)629-5077::  Fastball playing at Phoenix  File Hriiuntex TliiMtor vvill !)(' ((>li'i)rating its gftind re-()[U‘ning S.ilurd.n with s|)(‘( i.vl f)('rt()rm.)n( (* liv tfi(' ( Kissic oldirs groijj), Tho Diamonds.  I hpy arc on(' ot the top touring at Is in th(' Ivusint'ss and will l)(* fx'rtornimg all th(>ir higgt>st hits trom tht* and 'fiOs like "Win Do Fools Fall in Love," "Th(‘ Stroll" and "I ittle Dar-lin."  The n('v\ seats .ir(> in, the siag(> has been expanded ,ind the new pitc h has Ikmmi (omplet('d tor th(> Itoor, uhi( h makes the stage miH h more visit)le. ( all i8 U)> ()27-()808 or get your tu kets at Hrauntex.org. You will not believe how great this hrstoru theat(*r looks alter all the renovations. We .»re so tortunate that v\t* sLK h a world-( I,iss venue  • • • • •  I ast month, 1 <itt('nded a  DALE MARTIN  Columnist Dale Martin covers musir for thè Herald Zeitung E mai! tiim al dale@martinsrnusic com  ( arolyn Wondedand (on-cert at Safii's Hurger joint and was pU'asantIv sur )rised by thè opening )and, Th(' Might\ ( )rfj.  The tead singer goes b\ "Orq," a nickn.ime he pi{ ked up uh(‘n he was IH M(' started ()laying guitar at 10 and l)\ 14, h(‘ was .i nìemher ot thè Tonv Vc'g.i Band. Ore] loved music and took an int('rest at an ead\ age with th(' full sup[)ort ot his tamiK. l le gr('w u|) lis  tening to ( lassie ro( k and country music , rnostly from his parent's rc'cord collection.  W4i('n hc’ d(‘cidc‘d to start his owri band, he simply pic ked his c hildhood nic k-namc' and the» Mighty ()rc| was l)orn. When I saw him at S.vm's, he ( amc‘ out with a dobro and o|X'ned with a killc'r version of the Dcvp Pur[)le classic “Woman From Tokyo;" anctc'ndc'd it with the themc’ song trom the old TV sctus "B.vtnian."  It \()u like good Solid Texas blues and rock, chcH k outTlic' Might\ ()r(|'s show' on I riday night at Cheatham StrecM Ware house' in San Marc os.  • • • • •  t\le Lovett returns to (iruene Fiill tonight, this time bringing his ,housti( grouf) rather than his 1 arg(> Hand. Tic kc'ts are tjn s.ile at gruenehall.tom or bv f)hone at iB iO) h2')-''v077,  Fastball has always bec>n rec ()gniz(‘d .is one ol the premier roc k bands in Tc'xas. The group broke into the music scene in I‘104 with iounding members Joc'y Shuffield, Milc's Zuniga and Tony Sc a I/o and calk'd themsc'lves Magneto USA.  The' band signed w'ith Hollywood Records in lOT) and changed their nanie to fastb.vIL Tl’ic* group doesn't )ertorm many live shows, )ut you sec* them on S<)turda\ night at the I’hoc-nix Saloon. Thieves and Vc'ils plus Tht' Kintolk will < )|)en the' show  Tonight at the l’hoc*nix, stO|) l)v at S [),m, and c atc h CiratK Drugg, .in c'Xtrc>mely talc'nted loc .il singer song-writc'r. I ricl.iy night is a trcH' show tc'aturing the joel t lottni.in Hand and the gritty ro( k and c ountrv grouf). The Hc'.iumonts,  Clay festival this weekend in Gruene  ONLINE  Scan this QR code to visit the Texas Clay Festival or go to texasctav festival.com  By Betty Taylor  ¡ìiH Herald'Zeitung  Ihe 1 'ith Tex.IS ( lay Ics-tiv.il rc'turns to ('/ruenc* this wc’ekend as more than hi .irtists rc'pri'sc'nting various tc“( irnic|U('s exhibit their unKjuc' t.ik'nts in p( »ttc'rx such as traditional works and |)iet es in s( ulpture. The two-(Ln c'vent also will inc lude several (k'tnonstra-tions in I h r o u pots, colored c l.iv, h,in dies, l.ipanese  tools, g 1 <1 / e s ,  h.indmaik* til(‘s, coiling tec h-n I f| u (‘ s, ( .1 r V i n g and more'.  The Tex.IS C'lav Fc'stival will take placc' trom 10 a.m. to () p.m, S.iturdav, and trom 10 a.m to 5 p.m. Sunday, on the grounds ot Buck Pottery in historic ( jruenc'. Admission is trc-e.  The show otters the tuli g.imut ol ( rc'ativc- ideas in the* W'OfId ot idc'.is. Cj(*r\ Hc*ndc»rson of Austin oftc'rs up ever\ thing frirm a pair ol KV's to a robot. Todd Van Duren brings an intc'rc'st-ing aspect with his birds on a wire sc'ric's.  Sevc'r.il nc'w artists |)ring tresh pc'rspc'ttivc's to tlic' show.  "We h.ne Kathic* and Fd Alon/o, who usc'd to bc“ in 700 managc'ment and animal rnedu ine coming to the show," said Dee Buck, one* ot the organizers.  ■ ■ ■ • ■  Visitors to the show W'ill nolle e the use ot ow ls and pc'.u ocks .is some* of the' subjC'Cts in the Alon/o |)ol-ter\.  Br.indon Phillips also will l)e> nc'w this year. FTe is ck'votc'd to the wood-firing proc c'ss and the use' of loc <il m.iterials tor glazes.  "For some' years now, we* also have inc luded anout-ot-state guc'st," Buck said. "Susy Siegle and Mike* H.iley of Arkansas h.id thc'ir colorc'd porcelain show-c asc'd in the* White House' ( olle'c tion ot Americ an  Cratts in the' 1990s."  Visitors to the festival c an take' [)art in a sile-nt auction both cla\'s of the' c'vent and l)id on .irtwork donated by [lartit ipating exhibitors. Procec'ds are used to he'lp pottc'rs in nc'ed, award scholarships and lund te-stival c'vc'nts.  "This yc'.ir, we will be helping a pottCT who kist everything in the Bastrop firc's," Buck said. "And another onc' in Smithvillc' who k)st (|uite a bit."  Buck acldc'd that pc'ople from all ovc'r the state anx-  Downtown Antique Mail  209 W. San Antonio St. • thedowntownantiqueniall.com • H3()-62()-7223  It's one of Sew Hraunfels' Hest Kept Secrets! I'ourists visit from near and afar.  V stroll down the aisles is sure to take yon down memory lane and yon 7/ he amazed at the finds and the prices. Visit during onr Annual Wurstfest SAI.E, Saturday Octoher 22 - November 6  Spruce up your house tins lioliclay season with a new rug, lamp t)i artwork. What about a nev\ ¡liece ol lurniture in dark or light woodThe lurniture scattered througtioul the 12.()()() square feet of s|oace brings decorating ideas tor the no\ice or prolessiona! alike. Tliere arc unique and vvondeiTuT toys lor any age. .American (jlassware. potter\ and luiropean porcelain line iiiany a shell'w ith various collections trom the past, rhe embroidery work, tjuilts. vintage tahleck)ths, crochet and vintage Christmas collections are  superb.  (ireat "guy things” like t>eer collectihles, coins and acivertising items w ill satisly that '‘hard to buy" lor guys. Cowboy items and much, much more will give you many ideas to check olí your ('liristmas list. I hc  greatest selection of vinyl records.  »    ^ i    GREAT shop in Downtown Mew  Braunfels with the most unusual antiques and collectibles around. Everyone agrees on thing too.. .great prices abound....and more so this week; AT THE ANNUAL WURSTFEST SALE OCTOBER 22 - NOVEMBER 6  Hours : Daily 10-6, Sun 11-6  Don’t Miss an Opportunity For Even Cireater Prices !  ConGert Calendar  Sponsored by:  "wrm  . .■... m m  830) 627-8294  Submitted photo  Participating artist Mary Fischer of Dripping Springs draws on her experience as a toriner mapmaker for environmental consulting firms in Austin to create her pieces. This year, more than 65 artists who work with clay will spend the weekend in Gruene at the 19th Texas Clay Festival.  ioLisly .iwaitc'd the .irrival of the' Texas C lay Ic'stival e*ac h year.  'AVe* are unie|ue tor two reasons: The fc'stival involves all people that work in cl.i\, .md there's the (‘ducational side to it. The>re‘'s a big draw trom all ove'r the' st.itc' to come see the’ ek'monstrations."  For information, call Bu( k Potter\ at (a.iO) ()29-797") or Bric'gc'r Pottc>ry at (H50) aM-28()0. Or visit the' lexas ( kiy Festival Web site' at  www.texasc  l.ivtesti-val.c om.  Adobe Verde  (1724 Hunter Rd 830-629-0777)  Tonight — Garrett Heinrichs  Fri — Jeremy Richards Band  Sat Ross Brunner Band Sun — Allan Goodman Billy's Ice  (1193 Loop 337 830-629-8169)  Tonight —- Faith and Bobby Fri - Court Nance/Allan Goodman / Austin Gilliam / Brandon Jenkins Sun Dead Rock Stars Tue — Austin Gilliam / Corb Lund  Wed Allan Goodman/ Wes ISIickson Cheatham Street Warehouse  (119 Cheatham Street, San Marcos 512-353-3777) Tonight — Jamie Wilson / Halleyanna and Tennessee Volunteers/Turnpike Troubadours Fri Mighty Orq Sat — Lucky Tomblin Band Tue John Evans Wed Kent Finlay Songwriter's Circle NB Farm to Market (Castell @ Friesenhaus 830 629-2223)  Sat — Junior Nash (9 a m. to noon)  Roores Country Store  (14492 Old Bandera Rd 210-695*8827)  Fri Curtis Grimes / Roger Creager  Sat— Cedarsqueezers Sun Lost Trailers/Randy Travis Gruene Hall  (1281 Gruene Rd 830-606-1281)  Tonight — Lyle Lovett and his Acoustic Group Fn Jamie Wilson and Jason Eady / Raul Mato Sat Bo Phillips Band / Jamie Wilson and Jason Eady / Raul Malo Sun Slim Bawb / Guy Forsyth  Mon - Bret Graham Tue Adam Carroll, Bnan Keane, Owen Temple Wed Matt Skinner Harmony Sweet (2405 Lifebaus Drive 830-387-5100)  Fri — Club Mayhem Sat October Apocalypse Lone Star Music (1243 Gruene Rd 830.627.1992)  Tue Damn Quails (6 p.m.)  Oma's Secret Garden  (1263 Gruene Rd 830-625-1045)  Tonight—-The Kinfolk  Fri - Jon Hogan and Maria  Moss  Sat — Melissa Ludwig Band  Sun Adam Johnson and  the Pay Mes  Wed — Blues Buzzards  Fredericksbii(j¡  Fo,d &Wm  F E S T  Octo0er 22  Celehnitkm of Texas food M'ine!  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TEXAS  FbgFoodandWineFest.com  830-997-8515  Phoenix Saloon  (193 W San Antonio, 830-643-1400)  Tonight Grady Drugg Fri — Daniel Thomas Phipps / Joel Hoffman Band / The Beaumonts Sat — Thieves and Veils / The Kinfolk / Fastball Sun Al Barlow (2pm) / Clay Jeffrey Band and Guests  Tue — Sarah and the Tali Boys  Riley's Tavern  (8894 FM 1102 512-392-3132) Tonight — Ken Atkins Fri — Lucas Huggins and the First Cousins Sat — Andrea Mane and the Magnolia Band Mon- Sarah and the Tall Boys  Tue —Beverly Hensley Wed Bobbie Doyen River Road Ice House (1791 Hueco Springs Loop 830-626-1335)  Fri — Seth Candan Band Sat —William Clark Green / John David Kent Sam's Burger Joint (330 E Grayson St 210-223-2830)  Tonight — Bob Bass Band Fn — Mingo Fishtrap Sat - Bnson Bursey Band / Cody Canada and the Departed  Mon Billy Morgan and the Barnburners Wed JJ Grey and Mofro Tavern in the Gruene (830 Gruene Rd 830-608-0438)  Tonight Allan Goodman / Jeremy Steding Fn “Tejas Brothers Sat- BusterJiggs Sun - Empty Handed Vagabonds  Mon - Tony Taylor and Friends  Tue - - Zack Walther and Friends  Wed — Jordan Minor Texas Music Theater (120 E San Antonio, San Marcos 512-878-2459)  Fri — XV / Chip Tha Ripper  Sat -- Two-Steppin'  Saturday w/ DJ-Z  Sun —- R/D / Beats Antique  Tue — Matt Begley and  Bitter Whiskey  Wed Nick Alvotto/  Shane Mauss  Uptown Piano Bar  (295 E. San Antonio Street  830-708-5411)  Tue. - Brett Cline Wed. Barry Adams Thu. — Luvine Elias Jr.  Fri. — Barry Adams Sat. — Brett Cline Watering Hole (1390 McQueeney Road 830-625-0045)  Tue —Emp^ Handed Vagabonds  Send uijcoming live music info to dale@martinsmu-sic.coni  100% DIGITAL  ALL STADIUM SEATING!  CREekside  .CINEMAS AU. 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