New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 23, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas
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THE HIGH NOTE
Midnight River Choir
will play Tuesday at Cheatham Street Warehouse in San Marcos. For details, call (512) 353-3777.
Sat — Catie Offerman Band / Alex Meixner Band Sun — Al Barlow (2 p.m.) / Alex Meixner Band (6 p.m.)
Tue — Drew Kennedy Wed — Clay Jeffrey Band
(8894 FM 1102 512-392-3132)
Tonight — Mashed Potato
Fri — Slim Bawb
Sat — Kimberly Kelly / Billy Joe
Sun — Open Mic w/ Glenn Allan Mon — Robbie Doyen Wed — Molly Hayes
River Road Ice House
(1791 Hueco Springs Loop 830-626-1335)
Tonight — John David Kent and
the Dumb Angels
Fri — Drew Kennedy
Sat — John Evans
Sun — Blues Buzzards
Sam's Burger Joint
(330 E Grayson St 210-223-2830) Tonight — Adam Johnson / Lee Boys
Fri — Karl Morgan / Guy Forsyth Sat — Ruben Ml Del Castillo Sun — Mitch Webb and the Swindles / Joe King Carrasco and the Crowns Reunion
Texas Music Theater
(120 E San Antonio, San Marcos 512-878-2459)
Fri — The Georges
Sat— Suite 709 and special
Uptown Piano Bar
(295 E. San Antonio St. 830-708-5411)
Tue. — Brett Cline Wed. — Barry Adams Thu. — Luvine Elias Jr.
Fri. — Barry Adams Sat. — Brett Cline
Tavern in the Gruene
(830 Gruene Road 830-608-0438)
Tonight — Allan Goodman /
Fri — Buck Wild Band
Sat — Driver
Sun — Dead Rock Stars
Mon — Tony Taylor and Friends
Tue — Tom Gillam and Zack
Wed — David Fenley and the Good Deal
(11860FM 306 830-964-3800)
June 23 — Black Matches /
June 25 — Girl Talk
July 2 — Todd Snider / Robert
July 3 — Hayes Carll July 4 — Spazmatics July 9 — Cody Canada and Departed / Reckless Kelly July 15,16 — Ghostland Observatory
July 22 — Dwight Yoakam July 24 — Leon Russell / Bob Dylan
Aug. 26,27 — The Toadies Sept. 3 — Kyle Park/ Randy Rogers Band Sept. 4 — Spazmatics
Send upcoming live music info to: [email protected]
San Antonio Botanical Garden is offering free admission on July 8.
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Billy Joe Shaver, the author of hits like “Honky Tonk Heroes" and “Georgia on a Fast Train," will be playing Riley's Tavern on Saturday.
Billy Joe Shaver to play Riley’s
Pack a picnic and enjoy sunset July 8 at San Antonio Botanical
(1724 Hunter Road 830-629-0777) Tonight — Garrett Heinrichs Fri — Ross Brunner Band Sat— Brian Winfield and Bandera
Sun — Tom Gillam
(1193 Loop 337 830-629-8169) Tonight — Carlton Pride and Zion
Fri — Pale Horses
Sat — Chad Johnson and Down
Mon — Wes Nickson Tues — Tony Taylor / Austin Gilliam
Wed — Chubby Knuckle Choir
Cheatham Street Warehouse
(119 Cheatham St., San Marcos 512-353-3777)
Tonight — Brandon Rhyder and Friends
Fri — Big Fest 2011 Sat — Big Fest 2011 Sun — Big Fest 2011 Tue — Midnight River Choir
NB Farm to Market
(Castell @ Friesenhaus 830-629-2223)
Sat — Junior Nash (9 a.m. to noon)
Roores Country Store
(14492 Old Bandera Road 210-695-8827)
Fri — Matt the Electrician / Bob Schneider
Sat — Rosehill / Scott Wiggins Band
Wed — Justin Moore
(1281 Gruene Road 830-606-1281)
Tonight — Jason Eady, Kelley Mickwee, Jamie Wilson Fri — Larry Joe Taylor Sat — Flat Top Jones/ Stone River BoysI Tejas Brothers Sun — Slim Bawb / Seth Walker Mon — Bret Graham Tue — Two Tons of Steel Wed — The Georges
(2405 Lifehaus Drive 830-387-5100)
Fri — Hardcore Splatters Sat — All Acoustic Show Tue — Scared of the Dark
Lazy LSI Hall
(11699 River Road 830-964-3455) Fri — Burgundy Sat — County Line
Lone Star Music
(1243 Gruene Road 830-627-1992)
Sun — Cody Canada and the Departed (4 p.m.)
Oma's Secret Garden
(1263 Gruene Road 830-625-1045)
Fri — The Texcentrics (6 p.m.) Sat — Allan Goodman (1 p.m.)/ Cofield Brothers (6 p.m.) ,
Accordion-playing wildman Alex Meixner has added a third show Sean McConnell will play a free show at Whitewater Amphitheater
at The Phoenix Saloon for Sunday afternoon. tonight with the Black Matches.
(193 W San Antonio, 830-643-1400)
Tonight — Adam Johnson Fri — Catie Offerman Band / Alex Meixner Band
Admission to San Antonio Botanical Garden is $8 adults; $6 students, seniors, military; $5 children age 3-13. For information, visit www.sabot.org or call (210) 207-3255.
free admission for this special evening.
"San Antonio is known for its tropical-like summers rich with tropical, heat loving plants. Come see the toughest plants in full bloom as a backdrop for your picnic," advises Bob Brackman, director of San Antonio Botanical Garden.
The garden offers 38 acres of natural beauty, including the glass Lucile Halselt Conservatory, the Texas Native Trail (where it is always
cooler) and the Texas Uprising sculpture exhibit. If you are a repeat visitor, the garden always offers seasonal surprises. You can explore the Japanese, Sensory and Sacred gardens as well as the new Bird Watch along the South Texas Trail.
The garden is debuting the new Cell Phone Tour proram. Thirty-six spots will ave an audio tour you can access with your cell phone by calling (210) 390-2995 and punching in the number listed on the signs posted. Included in the audio tour will be one to two minutes of information related to the garden area you are in plus information on unique plants like the chocolate tree and on subjects like bird watching in South Texas.
The event runs from 6 p.m. to sunset (about 8:30 p.mJ.The Botanical Garden offers many events year round.
Bertelson of Texas Renegade joined forces with Duncan to form Black Matches.
Tonight is their debut performance.
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"This is Indian Land" by Cody Canada and Departed is the highly anticipated new album by the local super group. The New Braunfels band invites its fans out to Lone Star Music at 4 p.m. Sunday for a free show.
Food will be provided by Cooper's BBQ, and there will be Ziegenbock and Graham's Texas Tea Vodka samples to help ward off the hot summer sun. For details, visit thedeparted-music.com.
The brilliant colors and evening fragrance at San Antonio Botanical Garden provide a great alternative for Friday night dining on July 8. Bring your own picnic spread and enjoy the beauty of the garden.
With the long summer days, it is the perfect time to enjoy a sunset picnic with your friends. Whether it is a family outing or a romantic dinner for two, the garden offers a perfect setting with
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Billy Joe Shaver, the author of hits like "Honky Tonk Fleroes,""Georgia on a Fast Train," and "Ola Chunk of Coal," will be playing Riley's Tavern on Saturday night, with Kimberly Kelly opening.
This is your chance to see a true Texas legend in concert. Few people can survive all the tragedy in their lives like Shaver has, and live to write about it. Tickets are just $20 and are available online at rileystavern.com.
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Both Alex Meixner concerts at the Phoenix Saloon are sold out, but he has added a 6 p.m. Sunday matinee show. So for those
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of you that waited too long to get your tickets, you now have one more chance.
Special guest Catie Offerman and her band will be the opening act for his first two shows but there is no opening act for the Sunday
afternoon show. Al Barlow will perform his usual 2-5 p.m. set, then it will be Alex Meixner time. Tickets for the Sunday show are $10.
Get your tickets at the bar or online at thephoenixsa-loon.com.
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The free concert series at Whitewater Amphitheater starts tonight and continues every Thursday night through the end of August.
Tonight features Americana artist Sean McConnell with special guests Black Matches opening the show. The Black Matches are made up of ex-members of Texas Renegade plus vocalist Bobby Duncan. Twins Eli and Tyson Carver and Andy