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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 3, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 Thursday, November 3, 2011 | herald-zeitung.com  Alex Meixner playing at Wurstfest  f 1f»'s oítí'H («ilk'fl the limi I h'fidrix ot thi' •!( ( ordion Ili.it's ri^hl, I'fii f.ilking alioiit Alf'N M(M\n(>r. And siti( (• \\ iirsfics! starts tt)tiiorr(»u, vou v\ill have iiiat)\ I hatK ('s to see this atiia/ifig pcrlormcr in a< tion,  \s a tad ot his musK tor \cars, I've harl th(' opportu nit\ to speak \\ itfi a\I('X i hi rii.tnv o( ( asions. Ihrougli out our (otiv('rsations, \ou rcah/(' |iisl hov\ passion atf h(' is al)out his musK Ah dad was th(‘ ItMdcr ot the b.tnd and I st.irti'd around I **'»<» rf-( alU'd \!('x, "I! uas n^ht atti'r ! ^taduafed. \tv d.id plaxed in Ins trithcr’s hand and I pla\od in ni\ d.id's hand s( I It has ( ( mtinucd tor tour S4t'ncrations. It's iiiK'rostini;  DALE MARTIN  Columnist Date Martin covers music for f(ip Herakl Zpitunq F mail him at fla!e@martinsmusic com  to s(>e how thè nnisu { h,Hig(’s ^\ith (*ach gen(‘ra tion we all have to [)ut our o\\ n spiri on it.  I his happ('ns in all iTiusK tormats, troni ( oun tr\ to ro( k to ja//, VVe knou th.it we have .1 dui'rse audienc (', esjH'( ial K ,)t Wursttest, so wc' tr\  (0 int luHe all ty[>es ot musK in our set. When I am on stage, I l(K>k out into the (rowd and ask rnvseil, 'wh.tl do I think th<>y ar(' going to read to at that rnotnenti’' With niy liand, we don't ri'ally use a set list, It's an adventurt* that could ht'( onie a train wr('( k, hut that's what I love about playing liv(' niusit, espe( tally tor our Wursttt'st t.ins. Th('\ are th(' best!'  You will have many chan( es to see Alex, starling at the opening (ere-moni(‘s at 4 p.m. on Fri-fla\, then .igain at 7:^0 ).m, and 10:20 f).m. in th(* )ig tent. ()n Saturd.n he'll pla\ two shows, <1:10 and I I: U) [).m., and Sunday at 4: ?0 and ~ p.m. I le'll be  performing Monday through Thursday as well. So th(H k out Wursttesf.com tor a complete sthe'dule for Alex and all the oth(>r fantastic entertainers.  • • • • •  Stewart Mann, now a resident of our c ity, will be bringing his ace band, The Statesboro Rc'vuc, to the Phoenix Saloon on Saturday night. Taking their name from "Statesboro Blues," a tune by their favorite band The Allman Brothers, Stewart has com-pik'd a sufx’r-tight grou[) of extremely talentc'd musi-c ians. They c an and will Ik* rcMclv to r(K k, according to Stewart, who talk'd to bring me Uf) to date on what thc*y have* [)lanni>d for the fans.  Benefit for Conlin family slated Saturday  By F«llcla Frazar  GERONIMO  \ tew months ago, th(' ( ( inlin lainiK sutteri'd a ter ribie loss  Hie lather, S.tm ( onlin v\as kille<l in an a( c ideni • it the intersec tion ot larm InWarkel 1101 and I \1 !i H) in \e\\ Brauntels, on late night ( )!i Sepi, J.  Ihe taniiiv was returning tionie trom watc hing /ane ( onlin, a \a\arro I ligh S( hool tootball pla\er, and his t(‘.imm.it(*s take on s.in Antonio ( hrisiian, said lamnn I larboitli, owner oi llie (irain Hin ( aie  \tom (I,id .111(1 little  br()ih('r w(*re coming home trom wat( hing the g.ime, she said,  ( )tti( ('rs said .1 I "’-ycMr old \<*w Rr,iunt(‘ls girl m,i\  h.ne    ran the stop sign  ( r.ishmg into the Yukon drivfti b\ ( onltn.  The a( ( ick'nt is t.iking its toll on the tamiK, H.irliorth said.  Me W.ÌS s(>lt-emplo\ed and his wit(\ Kathrvn, is a substitute t<>acher .it ¡Navar ro and the\ ri*alK nec'ded some hc'lp,' she saifl, "He w.is the major bri'ad win nei .md now she has to  i.iise    the* two bo\s b\ her sell, I hc‘\ <ire a gr(Mt tami K We just w.int to hc'lp  support this tamily, like the communitv always doc*s.''  Ih.it IS wlier(' (leronimo IS stepping in, Harborth said.  "(icrommo is ,1 small communits that comes together and supports one anothiT," sIk' said. "Wc' arc* tamiK. The' (ommunity is c oming togethc'r .ind W(‘ arc- h('ading up a benc'fit tor his tamiK on Saturday."  ()n Saturd.iy, .it (irain Bin ( .lie iK Store, iht're will be .1 tundraiser to benetit th(' tamiK ol Sam ( onlin.  "A lot ot the mont'y is going to go into a trust fund tor the' bovs /.inc‘, H), and Robc'rt 10 - tor col  WTG Fuels Inc  is proud to announce it has acquired the assets of  Texas Propane Energy  ^TG Fuels has been in the proj^ne. and fuels business for over 35 ye^B^L and is a family owned company^tiPaff has locations throughout West Texas and the Panhandle, San Antonio, j Corpus Christi and Houston^ I We are proud to now be part of ^e | Seguin community. jP^Mfeiase allow us the opportunity to :i»demonstrate our dedication to f sji^rior service, consistent supply and fair pricing. I J  SPECIALS  and servicinife.V ParkS*^ï  ^ ^ Call iis%itirany ^1.?  4uestioniS} concerns, ^ or just to say welcome ‘j to^eguin at jg  1-800-242-2062 ■  leg(‘ and some of it is going to be used to hc‘lp Kathryn pay bills," she said,  the c'vent will start at 4 p.m. with a bad^ecue dinner, f-iarborth said.  "W(' are selling barbe-{ ue plates with brisket, sausage*, rice and be.ins for $7 a()iece," she said. "We will serve for a cou )le of hours or until we sel out."  Dinner tic kc'ts are available .it the C'lrain Bin prior to the c'vent or the night of, Hadxirth said.  There will be a washer pitc hing tournament. Kc‘gis-tration, $40 a tc>am, st.irts at 4: U) [).m., with the conifx*-tition beginning at 5 ().m., t-lad)orth said.  There will be a live and silent auction with a lot of items to bid on, Had)orth said.  "W'e have* a lot of great and wonck'rtui things," she said. "Some of the auc tion items are a picnic tal)le donatc'd by the* FTA, a firc' ring, a fishing trip, tickets for the Cowboys versus the Dolphins game on Thanksgiving Day and a football signc'd by thc' entire N.ivar-ro Panther football team."  Fntertaining the audience will be the Brushy ( reek Boys, Harborth said.  "They play country western music, some classic and some modern," she said.  The band will start playing around 7 p.m.  The Grain Bin ( afe & Store is located at 121 Dennis Dr. Call (8.30) 379-2233.  From New Braunfels, take Airport Road (FM 758) to Flwy. 123.  Take a right. The cafe is located 1/4 mile up on the right.  THE HIGH NOTE  Local band Stewart Mann and the Statestwro Review  will play around 10 pm Saturday at Ihe Phoenix Saloon,  Concert Calendar  Sponsored by:  "3m  w m  830) 627-8294  Adobe Verde  (1724 Hunter Rd, 830-629 0777)  Tonight Garrett Heinrichs Fri Jeremy Richards Band Sat - Sunset Sun T & C Miller  Billy's Ice  (1193 loop 337 830-629-8169) Fri - Kyle Wayne Kutsctier Band  Sat - LC Rocks Sun Dead Rock Stars  Brauntex Theater  ( 290 W San Antonio 830 627-0808)  Nov 19 Tony Pace  Cheatham Street Warehouse  (119 Cheatham Street, San Marcos 512-353-3777)  Tonight Court Nance / Forrest Wayne Allen Band Fri - Adam Carroll & Owen Temple  Sat Corb Lund  NB Farm to Market  (Castell <ö) Friesenhaus 830-629-2223)  Sat Ron Brietzke (9-Noon)  Roores Country Store  (14492 Old Bandera Rd 210-695-8827)  Fri Mike Stinson / Dwight Yoakam  Sat Bridgette Tatum / Heidi Newfield  Gruene Hal!  (1281 Gruene Rd 830 606 1281)  Tonight Ed Jurdi & Gordi Quist  Fn Rodney Hayden Sat Mark Jüngers/ Honeybrowne Sun Susan Gibson Tue Tom Gillam & Guests Wed The Georges  Harmony Sweet  (2405 Lifehaus Drive 830 387-5100)  Fri All Killer No Filler Sat Sam's Birthday Show  Oma's Secret Garden  (1263 Gruene Rd 830-625-1045)  Sat Charlie Cruz & the Cool Cats  Mon Empty Handed Vagabonds  Phoenix Saloon  (193 W San Antonio, 830-  643-1400)  Tonight Adam Johnson Fri Rory Grametbaur / Sour Bridges  Sat Stewart Mann & Statesboro Revue Sun - Al Barlow (2pm) / Clay Jeffrey Band & Guests  Riley's Tavern  (8894 FM 1102 512-392-3132) Fri The Georges Sat Strech Oawrson Tue Steven Roloff Wed Mike Ethan Messick  River Road Ice House  (1791 Hueco Spnngs Loop 830 626-1335)  Fn AC S the Bad Billy's Sat Matt Wayne/Jon Wolfe  Sam's Burger Joint  (330 E Grayson St 210-223-2830)  Tonight Tommy Castro Fn - Ryan Montbleau Band / Band of Heathens Sat The Infidels / Patricia Vonne  Sun Michael Morales  Tavern in the Gruene  (830 Gruene Rd 830-608-0438)  Tonight Allan Goodman Fn 3 Man Front Sat Jesse Dayton Sun - Empty Handed Vagabonds  Mon Tony Taylor & Friends  Texas Music Theater  (120 E San Antonio, San M-ircos 512-878-2459)  Fn DJ-Z & Barnstorm Sat Milkdrive / Terri Hendrix / The Georges Mon New Braunfels Blues Society Show Wed - The Equals / Dignan  Uptown Piano Bar  (295 E. San Antonio Street 830-708-5411)  Tue. - Brett Cline Wed. Barry Adams Thu. - Luvine Elias, Jr.  Fn, Barry Adams Sat. - Brett Cline  Watering Hole  (1390 McQueeney Road 830.6250045)  Tue Chris Vetter  Please send upcoming live music info to: dale@martins-musiccom  Put)l icily ptioto  Kyle Wayne Kulscher Band will play Billy’s Ice Saturday,  Visit New Braunfels Conservation Society's German Settlement Village  with a taste of German Fare at  ^affp flails!  1300 Church l-iill Drive (Behind Churcti Hill Middle Sctiool)  Enjoy our famous German Potato Soup, Authentic German Wurst and Cheese Sandwiches, Chicken & Ham Salad Sandwiches, Homemade Cookies, Cakes, Pies and more!  For information:  nbcs@axs4u.net   Serving November 7^^ -11th from 10:30 am to 2:00 pm  Call in orders to go at:  832-9699  Benefiting New Braunfels Conservation Society  100% DIGITAL  ALL STADIUM .SEATING!  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