About The Show H-E-B Performance Hall Jun 27, 8:00 pm YOSA presents OK Computer Live In a unique musical event, some of San Antonio’s most exciting bands will perform Radiohead’s classic 1997 album "OK Computer" live, from start to finish. Backed up by the YOSA Philharmonic, luminaries of the local music scene will reinvent some of the most iconic alternative rock songs of the 1990s. Proceeds from this concert will benefit YOSA’s scholarship fund, enabling YOSA to change more kids’ lives through music. Featuring Nina Diaz, Demitasse, Pop Pistol, Lonely Horse, Octahedron, Nicolette Good, Alyson Alonzo, Femina-X, Jaime Ramirez, The Lavens, and Jonathan Raveneau. http://www.yosa.org - See more at: https://www.tobincenter.org/box-office/2015-06/ok-computer-live#sthash.Jd8q9tWK.dpuf
The second half of our back-to-back 2015 debut weekend will take place this Sunday morning at McNay Art Museum following their 5k Run/Walk as part of their annual Founder's Day celebration. This event is free and open to the public, so bring out the kiddos and enjoy the festivities. We have a two-hour set that kicks off at 11:30am, so join us early and get your fill.
San Antonio, TX - Main Plaza Conservancy, PEACE Initiative, and Dreamland Collective extend an invitation to join community members at Main Plaza on Saturday, October 11th from 11AM to 5PM to lift up National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The free, family-friendly/non-alcoholic event features guest speakers, live music, kids activities, food, and information from some of SA’s grassroots community resource organizations all in the name of putting an end to domestic violence. October is recognized nationally as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. This year, The City of San Antonio's Department for Culture and Creative Development and Main Plaza Conservancy sponsors this official event. The P.E.A.C.E Initiative and Dreamland Collective will transform Main Plaza into a rally embracing men, women, and children with intentions of healing by modeling non-violence, honoring equality, magnifying the inherent power in women, respecting the prophetic role of our youth, and by offering the boys and young men of our city another way to live out their masculinity nonviolently. Local talent leads our community song, filling our senses with live music from: Pop Pistol, Maya Guirao Project,George Garza, Aliens WITH Halos, Jeannette Muniz, Blend Phonetics and more.
Sounds Like: Warpaint, The Mars Volta, SORNE, Radiohead, Lonely Horse
Label: Mitote Records, Texas is Funny Records
Bio: Where some see darkness, music mystics bring light. Somewhere within the indigenous blood that still flows through the Xicano trio Pop Pistol is a shamanistic connection to all realms of nature, space, time, animals, the divine, and magic. A combination of cosmic intuition and intentions to shape...See Full Bio
“From the haunting opening sample — the word “nightmare” mumbled in singer-guitarist Alex Scheel’s trademark soul yelp — to the meditative and swimming stillness of the closing song (new track “Nothing is Moving”), Friday’s performance showcased a band at the height of their mystical and technical power... Pop Pistol’s songs are as much for placidly contemplating the middle distance as they are for losing yourself in the rapture of spiritually driven movement.”