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Toad The Wet Sprocket

The 1990s nostalgia boom is still in full bloom, and San Antonio, of all places, sure ain’t mad at it. With that in mind, we think you’ll want to check out Toad the Wet Sprocket’s upcoming SA show. The stalwart, easy-going alternative rock crew notched a slew of hits in the 1990s, including “Walk on the Ocean,” “All I Want,” “Something’s Always Wrong,” and “Fall Down,” and has been newly active, after extended hiatus in the aughts, as recently as 2013 with the release of its sixth album New Constellation. With not much in the way of new music to offer, fans from back in the day can rest assured that they’ll be treated to all of their favorites from yesteryear at this weekend’s rare performance.

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