Scarecrow People, Somethin’ Silky and Ink Slingers Ball

The Scarecrow People acoustic duo continues to keep the dinner hour grooving at House of Rock on Wednesday nights. Beginning as a reggae band in 1991, Scarecrow People became a rock band specializing in a potent blend of “B” sides, soundtracks, 1980s, retro and more. On Somethin' SilkyWednesday, the group begins playing around 7 p.m. It’s also beer Wednesday with $2.50 craft beers and half-price appetizers from 4 p.m. until close.

Somethin’ Silky delivers music as smooth as its name. Check out the Corpus Christi trio Thursday at House of Rock. Doors are at 10 p.m. The group proclaims it is just three guys on a mission to “silkify” your soul with funky R&B that’ll rock you to the end.

South Texas artists are the focus of this year’s sixth annual Ink Slingers Ball on Friday at House of Rock. The affordable art fair and printmaking review begins at 7 p.m. and runs through 2 a.m. This year will showcase top-ink slingers ballnotch South Texas printmakers from The Valley to the Coastal Bend and will include artists from the Hill Country and beyond. Featured artists will reselling original, handmade prints, posters and goods. The Corpus
Cutters will offer live-on-the-spot printed T-shirts of various designs. This year’s entertainment will include Shayna Sands (Corpus Christi folkadelic, blues rock), The Arcade Hustlers (psychedelic jazz/soul experiment from South Texas) and other special guests to be announced.