A daily rundown of live entertainment in and around San Marcos tonight, compiled by Mercury Scene Editor Hap Mansfield and our content partners at San Marcos Tonight.
We always like a chance to tell folks to see one man tornado Scott H. Biram, appearing tonight at the Triple Crown at 10 p.m. But, in addition to his mesh-hat wearing, casual demeanor he is also a very accomplished musician who has played at the Lincoln Center and whose songs have been featured in films, commercials and television. His unassuming persona may fool you into thinking this local native son (went to SMHS and degreed at Texas State) is a lonely howlin’ blues man (nothin’ wrong with that) but remember that a prophet is rarely recognized in his own country and Jay Leno likes him. Go see him and you’ll sing his praises, too.
Cemetery Walk: Early Settlers of San Marcos at Hays County Cemeteries 3-5 p.m. @Hays County Cemeteries, 1001 Old Ranch Road 12 Drama students from San Marcos High School will share stories about the early history of our town during the second annual Cemetery Walk from 3-5 p.m. Nov. 2 at the San Marcos Cemetery (1001 Old Ranch Road 12). The event, sponsored by the Heritage Association of San Marcos and the Friends of the San Marcos Cemetery, is open to…
Seven Means Seven, SlowLikeFire, Maeta and Indigenat @ 8 p.ml. @Wake the Dead Coffeehouse, 1432 RR 12
Soul Track Mind @10:45 p.m. Special guest TBA Cheatham Street Warehouse, 119 Cheatham Street
Devil’s Hollow@ 9 p.m. @Riley’s Tavern, 8894 FM 1102
Scott H. Biram @ 10 p.m. @ Triple Crown, 206 North Edward Gary Street
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