Sam's Burger Joint Presents:
The 11th Annual "We Will Never Forget" - 9/11 Tribute Show with Texas Chili Peppers, The Tex-Tones, Local Silver, The Greensleeves
Sun, September 9, 2018
Doors: 12:00 pm / Show: 12:30 pm
This event is 18 and over
With proceeds going to the SAFD Benevolent Fund.
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. - $8 Advance/ $10 Day of Show/ $40 Reserved Booth
Texas Chili Peppers
The Texas Chili Peppers is a versatile blend of talent and experience. Having a family foundation, the Texas Chili Peppers feature brothers Oscar and Alan teaming up with family Al Gonzalez and Alex Mann. Juan Gonzalez is an original member who adds years of professional music experience. This combination enables the band to play a wide variety of musical styles ranging from Country to Tejano and plenty of Rock and Pop in between. Together, the band is a unique journey that always strives to please the audience first…
Hailing from South Texas, the four piece Tex-Tone’s ignite their audiences with a unique blend of Tex-Mex groove and Cosmic Cowboy’s sonancy. Their sound is reminiscent of a Willie’s 4th of July picnic juxtaposed to a Poteet Tejano Strawberry Festival. While their influences are far-reaching, their aim is simple South Texas sazon!
Local Silver is a musical band based in San Antonio, Tx. The band draws influences from the musical styles of 60's Soul with a side helping of R & B and Modern Garage Rock.
Local Silver features musical offerings written by Carlos Meza, and features the talents of Alex Decker (Drums), David Herrera (Bass), Oscar Gonzalez (Guitar and Vox), Tona Cantu (Keys) and Carlos Meza (Guitar and Vox).
The Greensleeves are an indie songwriter outfit hailing from San Antonio. The members have spent more than twenty years on the SA music scene playing all original music to large crowds and empty chairs alike and show no signs of slowing anytime soon......