Posted in music on April 13, 2012

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Waterloo Records, who are celebrating 30 years (!), are housing another slew of free, in-store special events this month and beyond, including obligatory Record Store Day festivities.

Rising from the ashes of his band Port O'Brien, folkster Van Pierszalowski's latest project WATERS is set to play Waterloo this evening (4/13) at 5pm before opening for Delta Spirit at Emo's East.

In addition to all the rare goodies you'll have a chance to buy on Record Store day next Saturday (4/21), Waterloo is hosting an appearance by Garbage that afternoon, where the band will be meeting with fans and signing autographs, potentially making that exclusive Record Store Day Garbage 7-inch of their new album's first single, "Blood For Poppies," extra special. The band will also play a sold out gig at La Zona Rosa later that night as part of their current tour.

Austin's own rabble-rousers Heartless Bastards will also perform a free in-store act at the record shop on Wednesday, April 25, but not before they play La Zona Rosa on April 20. Check HERE for more HB tour dates and live pics.

Check below for an entire list of currently-announced Waterloo Records events...

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Waterloo Records 2012 General Events
WATERS FREE In-Store Performance -- Fri. 04/13 | 5:00PM - Fri. 04/13

Joe Pug FREE In-Store Performance --Thu. 04/19 | 5:00PM - Thu. 04/19

Gary Primich FREE All-Star Tribute In-Store Performance -- Fri. 04/20 | 5:00PM - Fri. 04/20

Record Store Day 2012 -- Sat. 04/21 | 12:00PM
Meet And Greet With Garbage -- Sat. 04/21 | 4:00PM

Heartless Bastards FREE In-Store Performance -- Wed. 04/25 | 5:00PM - Wed. 04/25

Del Castillo FREE In-Store Performance -- Fri. 04/27 | 5:00PM - Fri. 04/27

Glenn Fukunaga,Joel Guzman, Dony Wynn, Kevin Flatt and Alex Coke FREE In-Store Performance -- Wed. 05/02 | 5:00PM - Wed. 05/02

Anders Osborne FREE In-Store Performance -- Fri. 05/11 | 5:00PM - Fri. 05/11




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