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Coffee Sergeants' Spencer Berry Dies
Bassist for the indie rock favorites passes away
DAILY Music  November 23, 2011, by Margaret Moser
"...Spencer Berry, longtime bassist for Nineties indie rock favorites the Coffee Sergeants, has passed away. Berry was married to Renee Roe-Berry of the Nancy Fly Agency, and the father of two children, Katy and Alec..."

Coffee Sergeants The Blessing House
Texas Platters
Music Review  February 4, 2000, by Jay Trachtenberg
"...Coffee SergeantsThe Blessing House Those of us who are refugees from the Sixties will feel a certain affinity for the Coffee Sergeants if for no other reason than the longtime local band's dead-on re-creation of the dreamy soundscapes that characterized much of that decade's "underground" musical ambiance. Known to take long periods of hiatus between cycles of recordings and live performances, the group's new project, their second CD, retains the Coffee Sergeants' penchant for gentle, trance-like psychedelia with billowy layers of guitars and keyboards..."

The Coffee Sergeants
Texas Platters
Music Review  October 11, 2002, by Ken Lieck
"...The Coffee SergeantsConsolation Has No Phone... (Monkey's Paw) There's few surprises on this disc, but one doesn't turn to the Coffee Sergeants for surprises..."

Austin Top 10
Music Story  January 4, 2013, by Greg Beets, Jim Caligiuri, Thomas Fawcett, Doug Freeman, Chase Hoffberger, Abby Johnston, Margaret Moser, Michael Toland and Jay Trachtenberg
"...10) Coffee Sergeants, Purple Martin Sanctuary Jim Caligiuri..."

Wednesday Picks & Sleepers
Music Story  March 9, 2001
"...THE COFFEE SERGEANTS: Cary Bowman & Co. have been making understated, tuneful music locally as the Coffee Sergeants for better than a decade, and it continues to roast up well..."

SXSW Music Festival
Picks & Sleepers
Music Story  March 17, 2000
"...COFFEE SERGEANTS: How many times have you been told that you haven't really heard a band until you've heard them live? The reverse is true when it comes to Austin's Coffee Sergeants. Make no mistake, their catchy brand of floaty pop rock is hardly a burden to sit through in concert, but it's on disc that they truly shine, with perfect, haunting, evocative songs that melt in your ears..."

Postmarks
Quote of the week: "You, my hyphenated friend, are an ambassador of evil."
Columns  March 17, 2000
"...25]. In last week's issue, I noticed that the Chronicle ran an advertisement for the Red Eyed Fly's ...Trail of Dead show on the night of February 25 while also advertising the Coffee Sergeants at the Hole in the Wall and Handful at Gaby & Mo's..."

Postmarks
We are wrong, wrong, wrong. So is golf.
Columns  March 10, 2000
"...25]. In last week's issue, I noticed that the Chronicle ran an advertisement for the Red Eyed Fly's ...Trail of Dead show on the night of February 25 while also advertising the Coffee Sergeants at the Hole in the Wall and Handful at Gaby & Mo's..."

Postmarks
Our readers talk back.
Columns  March 3, 2000
"...25]. In last week's issue, I noticed that the Chronicle ran an advertisement for the Red Eyed Fly's --Trail of Dead show on the night of February 25 while also advertising the Coffee Sergeants at the Hole in the Wall and Handful at Gaby & Mo's..."

Coffee Sergeants
Music Review  August 17, 2012, by Greg Beets
"...Coffee SergeantsPurple Martin Sanctuary..."

Letters to the Editor: Classic Cuts
35 years of "keeping it weird"
Features Story  September 1, 2016, by Danielle White
"...In last week's issue, I noticed that the Chronicle ran an advertisement for the Red Eyed Fly's ...Trail of Dead show on the night of Feb. 25 while also advertising the Coffee Sergeants at the Hole in the Wall and Handful at Gaby & Mo's..."

Public Notice
Hale-Bopp, She-Bop, We Bop
Columns  March 21, 1997, by Kate X Messer
"...454-5766, ext. 111 or 103. Wild & Free Hill Country Wild invites you to come out (tonight) Thu, Mar 20, 8pm, to Ruta Maya Coffee House for a free night with the Coffee Sergeants..."

Dancing About Architecture
Music Column  May 12, 1995, by Ken Lieck
"...Squid's annual MS benefit at the Hole in the Wall is this Monday, starting at 7pm. Horse Wreck, Poontwang, Sleestacks, Terraplanes (that's Carey Bowman from the Coffee Sergeants' new group), Michael Fracasso, Javelin Boot, Wannabes, and Buick MacKane will play...."

Top 10s
Music Story  January 4, 2013, by Raoul Hernandez
"...5) The Coffee Sergeants, Purple Martin Sanctuary (Monkey's Paw)..."

Crimson and Clover: A Tribute to Tommy James & the Shondells
Texas platters
Music Review  November 19, 2004, by Greg Beets
"...It's easy to mistake Tommy James & the Shondells as tasty but less-than-venerable oldies fodder, but once you add up their singles (plus subsequent cover versions), the sum total is prodigious indeed. Crimson and Clover opens with a faithful, if slightly-warped, version of the title track by Austin's veteran psychedelic rangers the Coffee Sergeants..."

Bonus Tracks
Bonus tracks
Music Review  June 11, 2004, by Christopher Gray
"...HipPOP pulls into France, Africa, the Middle East, and Louisiana, but its smooth, laid-back groove is all South Austin, USA... Shrouded in mystery and garnished with delicate melodies, long-running foursome the Coffee Sergeants' El-Ariesh is a road map for people who have trouble settling down..."

Dancing About Architecture
Rave debacle leaves one dead.
Music Column  August 23, 2002, by Ken Lieck
"...The CD's will collect a $3 "gift" fee per disc for Roky, and you can contact cageorgiadis@yahoo.com to submit tracks. Meanwhile, the final lineup for Roky's birthday benefit this Sunday at the Mercury is ST 37, Knife in the Water, Lee Ann Cameron, Coffee Sergeants, Primordial Undermind, Golden Dawn, Shawn Sahm & Dave Derrick, Jad Fair & Adult Rodeo, Winslow, and Spoon...Scott McKenzie of Happy Guitars is anything but jolly, as landlord trouble continues for the business..."

Let Him Eat Cake
Music Column  August 16, 2002, by Ken Lieck
"...25 at the Mercury. The rest: Knife in the Water, LeeAnn Cameron, Coffee Sergeants, Primordial Undermind, 13th Floor Elevators contemporaries the Golden Dawn, Shawn Sahm & Dave Derrick, Jad Fair & Adult Rodeo, Winslow, and Spoon..."

Postmarks
Readers take us (and each other) to task over mistaken identites and misguided ideas.
Columns  February 18, 2000
"...While I am pleased to see a review of the new Silver Thistle bagpipe band record in the same column (February 4) as such luminaries as the Coffee Sergeants (hi, Mike, Carey; miss you guys), I must ask Margaret Moser to be more careful with her nomenclature. My last name is Hendryx, not "Kendryx," which is of some importance if you're trying to earn a few bob as a professional musician, especially on something as arcane as the Great Highland Bagpipe..."

Also Playing
Music Story  October 10, 1997
"...Saturday: Fastball, cling, Speed Cab, Electric Lounge; Coffee Sergeants, Cactus Cafe..."

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