Sam's Burger Joint Presents:


Jeff Glatz

Fri, September 21, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

$25.00 - $200.00

This event is 18 and over

NO Seating GUARANTEED. Any Seating Available is on a First Come, First Served Basis. NO REFUNDS all sales final. 

All Minors Will Be Charged an Additional $5 At the Door. 17 & Under Admitted with Parent or Guardian Only. - $25 Advance/ $35 Day of Show/ $100 Reserved Booth

Jack O’Neill and Cary Pierce, the “Jack O” and “Pierce” who make up the seminal duo Jackopierce, celebrate 25 years of making music that has amassed a loyal following of millions of fans across the country with the release of Live 25 on April 29th on Be Music & Entertainment. The 17-track album, which was recorded during their 25th anniversary show for a crowd of 2,100 people at the Winspear Opera House in Dallas, Texas, is a culmination of a dream come true for the duo. Returning to where it all began to play at one of the most beautiful venues the state has to offer. Live 25 includes fan favorites like “Vineyard,” “Three Of Us In A Boat,” “I Gotta Know,” and “Promise of Summer.”

To toast the duo’s roots, reconciliation, and reinvigoration, Jackopierce closes Live 25 with a brand new song entitled “This Is Our Time” that tells the story verbatim. The song showcases the band’s signature elegant modern pop-rock sound with a great hook and crisp production.

“We wrote this song together on one of our many trips to Nashville where our management, record label and publisher are all located. We're older and dare I say "wiser." We have a new sense of gratitude for each other, the gift of music, and especially our fans that have stuck with us all these year,” said Pierce. “The tag at the end of the chorus says "the stars aligned, this is our time, and we're gonna take it." That's how we feel. We've been given more than second or third chances. We have an incredible fan base that supports what we do, a new record deal and an incredible team of folks behind us in Nashville.”

Jackopierce formed in 1988 playing shows around their hometown of Dallas. The duo steadily made a name for themselves, in particular with the track “Vineyard,” which became a signature track for the band. They released ten studio albums (two for major label A&M), toured three continents, nine countries, and 44 states (often for sold-out crowds), and along the way accumulated millions of loyal fans. Over the years they have shared the stage with artists such as Dave Matthews Band, Counting Crows, The Wallflowers, Sheryl Crow, Jewel, Alanis Morissette, among others. After a five-year breakup in 1997 the duo reconvened in 2002 as Jackopierce for a sold-out run of shows in TX. Today Jack O'Neill and Cary Pierce have a renewed creative vigor, mutual respect, and deep gratitude for their Jackopierce heritage and continue to make music that fans love and newcomers continue to discover. These good vibes shine through on their 25th anniversary live album Live 25.
Jeff Glatz
Jeff Glatz
The songs of San Antonio recording artist Jeff Glatz's solo debut evoke a dreamy reverie, inspiring the album title, "Multiverse" is a "hypothetical set of infinite possible universes."

Three original love songs juxtapose straightforward and uncomplicated lyrics with a wistful, multilayered production, ending with a slowed-down, ethereal cover of A.A. Bondy's "Lover's Waltz."

The four-track EP was mixed by Duane Lundy of Shangri-La, in Lexington, KY, whose work with Jim James, Ben Sollee and These United States drew Glatz to him. Lundy's knack for delicate, atmospheric touches was right in line with Glatz's production ideas for these deeply personal songs, making it a perfect creative fit.

"Multiverse" showcases Glatz's warm, reverb-laden vocals and lush, almost melancholic textures of acoustic and electric instruments.

Glatz made a name for himself playing alongside his brother in Peacefield, a rock band with a grounded, organic sound, originally based in Pittsburgh, PA, and relocating to Texas. During the band's recent hiatus, Glatz began work on his solo EP. Following a number of cozy performances in his living room from notable artists such as Will Johnson of Centromatic and Monsters of Folk, as well as Sarah Jaffe and David Bazan, he was inspired to take his music in a more intimate direction. The result is "Multiverse," his most personal album to date.
Venue Information:
Sam's Burger Joint
330 East Grayson Street
San Antonio, TX, 78215