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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 11, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 Publicity ¡(hoto  Ausiliari sr oßird Kasey Chambers wit! play Friday night Texas Music Theater in San Marcos  Chambers at Texas Music Theater  K,im'\ ( lumber-, burst ont< > the* mi,imi m cik* I 1 .»<4** with ht*r ground brc.iktnj» <illnim. The Cap tain, anH imnuriuitek !><■( .line a I(ik c to iit 1  (»•< k i Hit m I with  Hit 1  Irish \ustr,ilian h.id <i \i m.. tkt ■ «in ang(‘l aru! the m in.;Anting skills that had her Ih*io*4 ( amp.»red ti> l nim\ It >u i l.irris and Onllv Piirti hi. With halt ,i dozen uifit ,il , at ( I. timed album" under her!x-It "lie is one ot tin not tem.ile artists in the business  Mie II b< i > I a \ i n <4 I e \ ,i s \Uisit Theater in San Mart os on 1 rida\ Warren f4< m *i will <t-|>< r■ the show at ’• p.m.. with ( hambers s*.I»<“(lu!(■“<I to take th( stai><' at I 0: >1 t p.m. Tit kefs are ,r ulable onlint' at tmtsm.< t>m.  • • • • •  >tm mi^ht know Stewart Mann as the leader ot Statis-l)ort i Ke\ ue, but ht■ also has a s<*< ond band Sons ot Magnolia, that w ill make its pulilit debut f nda\ night at the Phoenix Saloon.  DALE MARTIN  Coiu r nnist Dale Martin over:- music tor tht- Herald-M mg { -m- him at :]aie@maftmsmusK: c om  Tins pn )|et t reallv lets me sing ' Stewart said It s not the loud southern rot k that we dt i in Stattslxiro this one brings i »Lit all m\ other inilu ences like Van Morrison \eil Noung even ( rosin Stills \ Nash plus some old classic countr\.  "We were in Mississippi on our wa\ home trom a gig in Georgia and stopjX'd to eat. There was this huge Magnolia tree and sine e nn brother Garrett is w ith me. I came up with the Sons ot  Magnolia name. Frida\ will lxM)ur New Braunfels debut  and it s a tun' show.'  • •tit  Onvi (.ruene s Stx ret (iar-den will host its annual (iee/er!est. starting t(wla\ ,»t h p.m. with performances b\ Mu I),tel YV.nd, Steve |us-ti( e and Slim Bawb The i »ftit lal ku k< »ft is I ri dav at 2 p.m. when Katherine I >awn and I.aura Viirie get the musu started and the testival continues through Sunday. Admission is tret 1  but tip |ars will b<> passed around during each peril >rmance Visit t »rn.il« i\es\ou.t om t< >r a lull list ot artists that are s( heduled tt i pertt irm that list mi ludes Red I horak (iee/ader'os ( hubb\  Kmu kle ( hoir. IX Bit mm, •\l Barit >w, Snake ( harmers and the Tevas Sapphires to name just a tew  • •til  After I 5 vears ot provirling excclient (ountry music for oui area, the ( omal < ountry Musk Show is still going strong but is making a few chunut ‘s.  Iield every third Tuesday of the month the next show is |ul\ I'* at the Knights of ( olumbus I lal I. The lot a I Knights ot ( olumbus are the offu lal sfxinsor and the pro! its from eac h performance go to the Meals t >n \\ he<‘ls !»rt »gram.  In an effort to make the show s more affordable, especially tor the 1  retired ¡HHiple who attend the < < »v er ( harge has lx*en lowered trom to S’>  • • • • •  KIV er Ri »at I It e 1 Ioum' has two big shows t m tap t< >r the weekend. t >n I rida\ night, Sam Riggs will open tor Mark McKinnev, and \elo 11pens tor Pat (.reen on Sat urda\ nit it. Tic kets tor the I rida\ night show are $10 at the door; get your Pat Green tickets online at mem >adi< e h< »use c om.  Mark McKinnev will be doing a "meet and greet” tor his fans at 7 p.m. Friday at the I )emented ( vc les shop on San Antonio Street in New Braunfels.  Adob« Verde  ( 1724 Hunter Rt>ad 830 629 0777) Tonight Garrett Heinrichs Fn — Jim Halfpenny Sat — Sam $liva and Thè Good Sun — T and C Miller Billy's Ice  (1193 Loop 337 830 629 8169)  Tonight Shawn Fussell Fn - Midnight River Choir Sat Bnson Bursey Band Mon - Wes Niickson Tues™ Melissa Ludwig Band Wed Wes Nickson Band Cheatham Street Warehouse (119 Cheatham St, San Marcos 512 353 3777):  Tonight Jason Bednort / Cody Riley Band  Fri — Aaron Einhouse  Sat - Texas Renegade / Kimberly  Kelly  Mon Gran! Ewing Band Tue - Midnight River Choir Wed- Songwriter Circle NB Farm to Market ICastetl ® Fnewnhaus 830 629 2223)  Sat Dan Mr Coy 19 a m to noon) Floores Country Store  (14492 Old Bandera Road 210 bS5 8827)  Fri Jav! Garcia Thieving B 'th Sat Rankin Twins Cory Morrow Gruene Hall  (1281 Gftiene Road 830-606 17.811 Tonight The Will Callers Fn Charlie Shatter Band < Ray Wylie Hubbard  Sa‘ Robyn Luriw * Mike K»>.- v  Emory Guinn  Sun Roby Jane Rob Roy I met!  Mon Busier Jiggs Tue Tv,.! Tons of Steel Wed Roger Creager Birthday Show  Lone Star Float House  17430 River Road 830 907-3866' Sunday Six Market Blvd Band lone Star Music  11243 Gruene Road 830-627 19921 Tue Back Porch Mary Oma's Secret Garden  11263 Gruene Road 830 625 1045) Tonight Michael Waid,  Justice fri Slim Bawi!  Fn - Gee/eriest  Sat Gee/erfest  Sun - Gee/ertest  Wed Charlie and the Cool Cats  Phoenix Saloon  1193 W Sa” Antonio, 830 643 1400! Tonight Adam Johnson  Fn Darnel Thomas Phipps /  Sons of Magnolia Sat Pride and Joy Sun At Barlow 12 p m I Tue Rodney Hayden presents "A Night of Cowboy Sonqs"  Wed Adam: Johnson and the Pay Mes Riley’s Tavern  (8894 FM 1102 512 392 3132)  Tonight Mashed Potato Johnson  Fri Lucas Huggins and the first  Cousins  Sat JWW & the Prospectors Sun Open Mic w/ Glenn Allan Mon Mark Monaco River Road Ice House  (1791 Hueco Springs Loop 830 626 1335)  Tonight ■ Drew Kennedy  Fr. Sam Riggs Mark McKinney  Sat Nelo Pat Green  Wed Michael New  Sam's Burger Joint  (330 f Grayson St 210 223 2830)  Tot ugh! Hadden Sayers  Fn Willie Smith/Hubert Sumlm  Sat Mingo Fishtrap  Texas Music Theater  (120 f San Antonio, San Marcos  512 878 24591  Fn Warren Hood  !  Kasey  Chambers  Sat JR Castro Mic key and the  Motorcars  Uptown Piano Bar  (295 f San Anton» St 830 708  5411)  Tue • B'et; C’. e  Weil Barry Adams  Tt• <¡- tuvme Ftjas Jr  Fr. 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Sun Empty Handed . luabomis Mon Tony faylor am: fnends Wed David Fenley Whitewater Amphitheater  • I ’860 FM 31)6 830 964 2.80(11 To got Max Stalling I' day (V  1  me Ohs”' .ator, Sat Ghu ' ¡' ' ObSfcr. itury J;i'y 21 H>i- >'yhrov.' •  Juty 22 Drt^ght Yoakar July 24 Leon Russe: 1  Bob Dylan  July 28 Brandon Je- kifs Mike McClure  ■  Concert Calendar  Sponsored by:  TODAY  FRIDAY  New Braunfels Five-Day Forecast  SATURDAY SUNDAY    MONDAY  Mostly sunny skies  99 I 75  Hot and dry conditions  100 I 76  A few clouds providing heat relief 101 /76  Plenty of sunshine Partial sunshine  Temperature  Yesterday's High Low 97 74 N . ffT.al High Law 95 73' Recorc High 105 m 1951  Record Low    65 n 1897  Precipitation  Yesterdays    0 00"  Month to Date    0 00  Avg Month to Date    1 ir  /ear to Da    6 89  Avg Year to Date    19 92'  Departure trorr Avg    -13.03“  Levels/Flows  Edwards Aguifer (tt)  Comal Springs (cfs)  100 /73  Almanac  7 13 Change 643 6 + • 0 0 1710    -6  99 / 75  Updated forecasts www srh noaa.gov Type "city, state or zip code into space provided and click go button  7 13    Change  1    t - 0  57     4   903 9    -0 06  Canyon Dam  Inflow  Outflow* Guad •• at Sat?  Lake Level  NBU Pumping Report  Millons    Millons  7 13 ot gallons 7 13 of gallon Surface water C 206 Ground water 7.920  Today  Friday  Saturday  Full July 15 •  New July 30  Sun and Moon  Sunrise    Sunset Moonrise Moon set  6 42 AM 8:35 PM 8 13 PM 6 03 AM 6 42 AM 8 35 PM 8 55 PM 7 04 AM 6 43 AM 8 34 PM 9 32 PM 8 04 AM  Pollen Counts  Grass    rva  Mold    n a  Tree    rva  Weeds    n a  Pollen counts Courtesy of Central Texas Allergy and Asthma  Last July 23  First Aug 6  Forecast Map  Coastal Forecast and Tides  Port Aransas    Galveston  Today Tomorrow Saturday     !  ..jay ' morrow -b.iturdav  87 81 86 82 86 82 Today s Wind SSE at 15 to 25  Today s Tides 1st High 1st Low 2nd High 2nd Low  Port Aransas : ’ AM 8 50 PM    -.<? r-jne  Gd.vt:' •    .1 V am T’ t(.i AM r¿ '-rt MM 8 -, ;  r ”.i  92 83 91 82 Today s Wind Sat5to  Map* i ntl Fon :   m2 / 83  >'■¡0 lì-  www dayweather com Cheyenne Wyomnui         Today    Tomorrow          City    Hi    Lo '    W    Hi    Lo    W    City      Albany    81    53    su    85    58    Sü    Las Vegas      Atouqueijue    %    66    Ih    %            Little H      Anctioraye    63    44    sh    6:3    45    pe    Los Ai Kieles      Atlanta    . i    74    tt)    87    74    ti:    Louisville      Atlantic City    ft?    64    su    83    69    pe  IX    Madison      Baltimore    ri‘>    64        84    67    Mem.|.ii,h      Baton Rouge    94    78    til    93    78    ih    Miai". 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