San Antonio has forever been rich in music and culture, and our big little town has been quite the muse for many a songwriter. In this series of San Antonio songs, we’ll discuss popular Alamo City ditties and musicians that have a San Antonio connection—for better or worse. In this post, we’re looking at The […]
The driver of this SA Songs series was this one Alejandro Escovedo concert that I experienced at Casbeers on Blanco—one of the best shows I’ve ever seen.
Believe it or not, some of the best rock ‘n’ roll San Antonio’s ever witnessed took place right in the middle of Wonderland Mall during the mid-60s.
While a great deal of songs present our illustrious city as warm and embracing, San Antonio, TX by Frank Black and the Catholics is more of a lament.
What I like about (Hey Baby) Que Paso is that it’s such a puro San Antonio song. It’s four massively talented musicians who are jamming in such a relaxed way.
In this edition of San Antonio Songs we’re highlighting Buttercup, a San Antonio born-and-bred art rock band, who pays homage to Henry B. González.
From San Antonio Rose to San Antonio Girl, there are plenty of San Antonio songs. This new series on SA Flavor explores the SA centric songs and artists.