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Wood & Wire

Punctuated by three-part vocal harmonies and banjo riffs that could hold their own next to the most technical of trash-metal guitar riffs, Austin’s Wood & Wire are arguably one of our region’s best bluegrass acts today. Formed in 2011 the four-piece are known for getting audiences riled up with their songs that often turn into full on jams that can last an upward of 9 minutes. If you resonate with the sounds that instruments like banjo, mandolin and upright bass make, this show’s for you.

Venue Details

  • Sam's Burger Joint

    330 E. Grayson St., San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 223-2830

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