All the San Antonio Current's best music photography from 2021

After COVID-19 put live music on hiatus for more than a year, 2021 marked the resurgence of touring acts and the chance…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Jinjer at Aztec Theatre, Dec. 8
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The most famous celebrities who were born in San Antonio

A bevy of celebrities are repping the 2-1-0 in Hollywood and beyond. Whether they were born in the Alamo City and quickly…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Robert Rodriguez
Robert Rodriguez has been repping SA since being born here in 1968. The director, who went ot St. Anthony High School, is known for everything from Machete to Spy Kids, and directed an episode of the second season of the hit Disney+ series The Mandalorian.
Photo via Twitter /  Rodriguez
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All the performers and fans we saw at Austin's ACL Festival on Friday, Oct. 8

The second weekend of Austin's mega-sized ACL Festival got underway Friday, Oct. 8 with performances by Erykah Badu, Megan Thee Stallion, Machine…

By San Antonio Current Staff

All the performers and fans we saw at Austin's ACL Festival on Friday, Oct. 8
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32 celebrities that were born in San Antonio, including some that may surprise you

Whether they stayed in San Antonio for the long haul or grew up elsewhere, these celebrities were all born in the Alamo…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Jared Padalecki
Jared Padalecki's breakout role may have been playing Dean Forester on Gilmore Girls, but he'll likely always be remembered for his 15-season run as Sam Winchester on Supernatural. The actor was born in the Alamo City in 1982 and graduated from Madison HS and now calls Austin home.
Photo via The CW / Supernatural
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25 Famous Musicians With San Antonio Roots

While San Antonio's music scene has often been eclipsed by that of a certain city north of us on Interstate 35, it's…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Girl in a Coma
San Antonio's all-female indie-rock trio Girl in a Coma made waves in the 2000s after being taken under the wing of rock legend Joan Jett. The group scored critical praise for a series of releases that mixed punk energy with melancholy vocals and a distinctively South Texas feel. After the band's breakup, the rhythm section went on to form the similarly feted Fea, while singer Nina Diaz pursued a solo career that took her to LA and then back to the Alamo City.
Photo by Daniela Riojas
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