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Make Plans to See These Shows this Weekend 

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The Rotten Mangos
Headed by guitarist Ramiro Verdooren and drummer Cristian Sigler, the Rotten Mangos are a two-- sometimes three--piece psychedelic rock band from Austin, Texas very much immersed in channeling sixties revivalism into totally new dimensions with a sugar sweet garage sound distinctively Texan and yet a whole animal altogether.

Friday, Aug. 26
With the Bolos and Shrines $5, 8pm, at K23, 702 Fredericksburg Rd., (210) 776-5635 Photo via Facebook, The Rotten Mangos
Volcán
Crafting entire sets of original numbers, Volcán rallies around their passion to explore, put their own stamp, and expanding upon traditional Latin music into entirely new directions featuring an 11-piece band armed with a full brass section, extensive percussion unit, accordions, dazzling guitar-licks, and a lot of passion.

Friday, Aug. 26
With Islands & Tigers, 16 Psyche. $5, 8pm, at Imagine Books and Records, 8373 Culebra Rd., (210) 494-2309
Photo via Facebook, Imagine Books and Records
Lyle Lovett and His Large Band Legendary Houston Singer Song-writer
Since 1980, Lovett has proven his excellence as a Texas-based singer-songwriter, broadening the scope of American music. The four time Grammy winner fuses a gift for storytelling with his band's talents in Americana, swing, jazz, folk, gospel and blues music in a style completely unique. Touring as a "Duo" an "Acoustic Group" or "The Large Band," the artist proves his incredible range of talent over and over again, emphasizing his role as one of the most riveting performers in music.

Friday, Aug. 26
$40-$75, 8pm, Majestic Theatre, 224 E. Houston Street., (210) 226-5700
Photo via Wikipedia Commons, Forrest L. Smith, III
Lonely Horse Fundraiser
Travis Hild and Nick Long of Lonely Horse have their band’s EP release and tour kickoff coming up right around the corner, and they’ll be warming things up with their psychedelic desert blues rock this Friday with a diverse lineup of excellent local support. With Milli Mars, Chris Conde, Booty Feet, and Cat the Manapult.

Friday, Aug. 26
$5-$10, 8pm, at Ventura, 1011 Ave. B, (210) 802-6940
Photo via Facebook,Brian De La Garza
White Rabbit 20th Anniversary
The White Rabbit may no longer throwing shows having officially become the Paper Tiger in spring of 2015; however, it’s spirit will be roaring strong this weekend as a multitude of bands stand ready to give the good ol’ Rabbit a proper birthday salute.

Friday, Aug. 26-Sunday, Aug. 28
$10-$25, 6pm, Paper Tiger, 2410 N St. Mary’s St, papertigersa.com
Photo via Facebook, The White Rabbit
Tear Dungeon
Brash, ballsy, loud, and perhaps a little crazy, Tear Dungeon of Austin, Texas probably doesn’t care what you think of them. In fact, they definitely don’t. But like it or not, they’ll be playing heavy and loud rock numbers under the appropriately dark-red of Hi-Tones this weekend alongside San Antonian bands, Cannibal Bitch and the Bolos.

Saturday, Aug. 27
With Cannibal Bitch and the Bolos $5, 9pm, at Hi-Tones 621 E. Dewey Pl., (210) 785-8777

Photo via Facebook, Tear Dungeon
Honey Bucket
Honey Bucket is a three-piece band from Portland, Oregon with a penchant for embracing a fun, quirky, and lo-fi aesthetic largely inspired by similarly stripped down minimalist production and writing styles like that of the Clean and Beat Happening.
Saturday, Aug. 27
With Topo Chica, Jesika, and Berlin Dream $5, at the Korova (basement), 107 E. Martin St.
Photo via Facebook, Honey Bucket
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The Rotten Mangos
Headed by guitarist Ramiro Verdooren and drummer Cristian Sigler, the Rotten Mangos are a two-- sometimes three--piece psychedelic rock band from Austin, Texas very much immersed in channeling sixties revivalism into totally new dimensions with a sugar sweet garage sound distinctively Texan and yet a whole animal altogether.

Friday, Aug. 26
With the Bolos and Shrines $5, 8pm, at K23, 702 Fredericksburg Rd., (210) 776-5635 Photo via Facebook, The Rotten Mangos

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