Musical Mondays with Love Coma
Sam's Burger Joint
San Antonio, TX
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Doors at 7:00pm Show at 7:30pm
Jayme Ivison opens the show
TICKETS: Advance GA $12.00/ Day Of Show GA $15.00 / Reserved Booths $40.00 (admission not included)
LIMITED SEATED SHOW - Expect to Stand - NO Seating GUARANTEED. Any Seating Available is on a First Come, First Served Basis. NO REFUNDS all sales final.
PURCHASE OF BOOTH DOES NOT INCLUDE ADMITTANCE TO SHOW - ONLY RESERVES THE BOOTH (Booths seat 4-6 people) You and your party will all still need a General Admission ticket to get in to the show.
Ages 18 and up - All Minors Will Be Charged an Additional $5 At the Door. 17 & Under Admitted with Parent or Guardian Only.
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Defiant Artist Agency Group has teamed up with Sams Burger Joint for a series of Monday events.These will take place during the months of April-June. Start out your week on a great musical note seeing some new and up and coming talent and maybe some familiar names as well here in South Texas. For more info check out www.defiantartistagencygroup.com
Love Coma -
Love Coma is an independent band formed in the early 1990s based in San Antonio, Texas. The group disbanded in 1997 following the bankruptcy of its record label but reformed in 2018 with a new album out now.
Critics have compared the band's sound to that of Simple Minds and The Mission UK, and band members cite other influences such as The Waterboys and Hothouse Flowers.
The Illinois Entertainer says: "There are occasional hallmarks and reminders, but the old Love Coma was a cult band even at its apex. This doesn’t sound like a band crassly trading on former glories. This sounds like a band rekindling its brotherhood and musical chemistry without considering the trappings of the past. Old friends should celebrate Love Coma’s return even as the hungry band connects with a new audience. With riffs and grooves to move the body and words to move the heart and mind, consider Love Coma to be a statement of renewed purpose and second debut, 24 years in the making."
The Dallas Morning News, wrote that the music is "smart and subtle, seductive even."