Puro Texas Showcase With Beaumonts, Hickoids Y Mucho Mas

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Puro Texas Showcase With Beaumonts, Hickoids Y Mucho Mas

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Jeff Smith and The White Horse present one rowdy-assed night of Texas Punk, Country, Tex Mex and Rock'n'Roll. Out of towners will be left slack jawed by this one-night-only exhibition in how roots music is done Texas Style with verve and a healthy amount of disrespect. 1 am - THE BEAUMONTS The Beaumonts are the world's premier porno honky tonk band. Stars of the SiriusXM Outlaw Country Channel, the pride of Central Lubbock will have you stomping your feet and singing along to audience faves including "If You Don't Love The Lord", "The Boots Stay On (And So Does The Hat)", "Toby Keith" and many more...just don't leave your goats alone with these flatlanders! Midnight - Hickoids The Hickoids have had a long and checkered career with a few peaks and a lot of deep valleys. Places like The White Horse are where they shine best, playing low to the floor in front of a well-lubricated, fun loving audience. 11 pm - Jumpolin's Revenge From straight outta' San Quilmas, it will be interesting to see what this mysterious bunch of NorteƱo Punks unleash on the Wednesday night crowd. Word has it they bring a furious, accordion fronted assault that leaves audiences with melted raspas and faces. 10 pm - The Hares "The Pride of The Southside" (of San Antonio, that is) reinvigorate New Orleans style R & B with a youthful, psychotic infusion. This seven-piece's keyboard and horn driven sound keeps the ladies moving and the men can only follow. 9 pm - Mitch Webb and the Swindles Another San Anto entry on this evening, The Swindles have honed their Tex-Mex switchblade to a fine edge. They manage to channel the greats of the genre ( Doug Sahm , Freddy Fender, Sunny Ozuna,etc.) without making it feel like an oldies show. A must-see for the uninitiated. 8 pm - El Pathos Combining a rhythm section comprised of original members of Texas hardcore punk legends The Dicks and The Offenders with the bluesy, punk wailing of well-loved and travelled frontman David Duet, formerly of West Coast outfits Girl Trouble, CATBUTT and Hot For Chocolate, El Pathos show that these guys have plenty of piss and vinegar left in them.
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