Music industry professionals and enthusiasts met Wednesday for a public workshop, part of San Antonio’s Music Friendly Community certification efforts.
Strait and his friends – Lyle Lovett, Robert Earl Keen, Miranda Lambert, and Chris Stapleton – contributed more than $5 million through ticket sales.
The United States Bartender’s Guild (USBG) of San Antonio and 75 bars came together in less than 72 hours, raising more than $30,000 in one evening.
“Military City, USA” is losing a treasured piece of pomp and pageantry supplied for more than a century by Fort Sam Houston’s Army band.
For the Thursday night patrons at the McNay’s Monet to Matisse: A Century of French Moderns exhibition, the synergy between the art and the music, by Nathan Felix’s choir From Those Who Follow The Echoes (FTWFTE), provided a true sensory overload.
Composer Nathan Felix has rolled out a 30-person volunteer “street choir,” bringing an unorthodox musical experience to San Antonio.
In his stead, fellow musicians will take the stage to share the spirit of the musician they know and love through story and song.
Longtime San Antonio favorite Buttercup is debuting its new album, Battle of Flowers, with a live concert Friday, April 14, at the Empire Theater.
The beauty of the festival is its ability to create intimacy in presenting Grammy-nominated artists while also making local talent seem larger than life.
Maverick Music Festival has put together a high-caliber lineup of local and national musical acts that will take the stage this Friday and Saturday in downtown San Antonio.