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Mon 9/15

Jim Cullum Jazz Band

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Some consider the legendary jazz cornetist and band leader Jim Cullum, a landmark figure in the Riverwalk Jazz scene, to be the star attraction of his son’s joint, Tucker’s Kozy Kornereven bigger than gospel brunch. Playing the music of King Oliver, Louis Armstrong, Sidney Bechet and Bix Beiderbecke, the Jim Cullum Jazz Band is a San Antonio classic you have to experience at least once. No cover, but dinner or appetizers required, 7-10pm, Mondays, Tucker’s Kozy Korner, 1338 E. Houston St., (210) 320-2192,

Tue 9/16

National Theatre Live: A Streetcar Named Desire

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Photo by Johan Persson.

Fathom Events screens a broadcast of the Young Vic's production of the Tennessee Williams classic starring Gillian Anderson as Blanche DuBois, Ben Foster as Stanley Kowalski and Vanessa Kirby as Stella. $6.50-$14, 7pm Tuesday, Cinemark McCreeless Market (4224 S. New Braunfels), Santikos Rialto Cinema Bistro, (2938 NE Loop 410),

Tue 9/16

Queer Queens of Qomedy

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Comedian Poppy Champlin is touring the country with some of the funniest and most talented comedians in her tour, “Queer Queens of Qomedy,” now in its 8th year. Champlin artfully selects the best of the best lesbian comedians and has them join her at each comedy venue the tour stops on. Onstage, Champlin and her fellow queens Vickie Shaw (hearing this Houston grandma drawl “Texan by birth, lesbian by grace,” should be medically prescribed to homophobes) and Sandra Valls (a Laredo native named hottest/most bad-ass lesbian Latina comic by anyone keeping score) talk about sexuality, aging, addiction and other things hushed in “polite society.” $22.50, 8pm, Tuesday 9/16, River Center Comedy Club, 849 E. Commerce, (210) 229-1420,

Wed 9/17

The Charlie Daniels Band

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Charlie Daniels, from his Dove Award winning gospel albums to his genre-defining Southern rock anthems to his CMA Award and Grammy Award winning country hits, has left a permanent mark on America’s musical landscape. Special guest Mallary Hope. $34.50-$59.50, Wednesday 9/17, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, 115 Auditorium Circle, (210) 223-3333,

Thu 9/18

Lone Star Live Free Concert Series: Daedelus

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The San Antonio Current, in collaboration with the Maverick Music Festival presents the Lone Star Live Summer Music series, featuring free, all-ages-welcome monthly concerts at the Arneson River Theater in La Villita.  California EDM producer Daedelus headlines the September show that also features musicfrom The Empireal Formula and producers Ernest Gonzales & Ohh Yeah. All ages are welcome at this free concert, and food and drink are available for purchase. Gates open at 6 pm. Free, 7-10pm, Arneson River Theater, 418 Villita, (210) 207-8610, Lone Star Live on Facebook

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