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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

San Antonio bands at SXSW-ish (an incomplete list)

Posted on Tue, Mar 17, 2009 at 1:02 PM

We'll begin our SXSW coverage in earnest beginning tomorrow with blogging and photos galore, but today we'll begin listing the SA acts playing non-SXSW-sanctioned showcases and day parties in Austin. (All the SA acts with official SXSW showcases are profiled here.) We realize his list is probably incomplete, and we'd love to add any other bands appearing. Send info to jmartin@sacurrent.com or add it in the comments section below.

Unlike the SXSW showcases, these shows are all free, but they're all still in Austin, in case that wasn't made clear. As more bands get added, I may have to take this back, but I've seen all the bands listed below perform live, and they're all highly recommended.

Wednesday, March 18

The Hawks (of Holy Rosary)

1pm

Music for Listeners day party

Red House Pizzeria

1917 Manor Rd.

The Heroine

11pm

Club 311

311 E. 6th St.

Ledaswan

9pm

Music Gorilla Fest

Spill on Sixth

212 E 6th St

Thursday, March 19

Ledaswan

8pm

Texas Rock Fest

Treasure Island Pirate Bar

413 E 6th St

The Heroine

4:30pm

Bayou Lounge

500 E 6th St

Sarah & Octopus

10pm

Custom Tattoos From the Soul

516 E. 6th St

We the Granada

9pm

Custom Tattoos From the Soul

516 E. 6th St

Friday, March 20

Isaac Benavidez from The Heroine (acoustic show)

Texas Rock Fest

Mugshots

407 E 7th St

Ledaswan (acoustic show)

5:30pm

Texas Rock Fest

Pure Night Club

419 E 6th St

Saturday, March 21

Buttercup

4pm

Music for Listeners day party

Red House Pizzeria

1917 Manor Rd.

The Heroine

1:15am

Texas Rock Fest

Malaia

300 E 6th St.

Marcus Rubio and the Gospel Choir of Pillows

1:45pm

Music for Listeners day party

Red House Pizzeria

1917 Manor Rd.

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