Posts Tagged ‘SF’

Jack White has added new August tour dates in support of his recently released solo debut Blunderbuss, and the run includes a stop in San Francisco at the Outside Lands Music Festival! Check out all the new tour dates below, along with his video for “Sixteen Saltines” off of Bluderbuss:

08/05/12 – Lollapalooza in Chicago, IL
08/06/12 – Omaha Music Hall in Omaha, NE
08/08/12 – Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO
08/10/12 – Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA
08/11/12 – Outside Lands Music Festival in San Francisco, CA
08/12/12 – Outside Lands Music Festival in San Francisco, CA
08/14/12 – WaMu Theatre in Seattle, WA
08/15/12 – Theater of the Clouds – Rose Quarter in Portland, OR

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The Trespassers finish up their set with “Swamp Gas” while at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco for their CD release party for “Road Time: Live In California.” Tarantula dedicates the song to his mom, and every one gets down and boogies! It was a great night.

Lagwagon wrapping up their set with “Alien 8” and “May 16” at the Fillmore in San Francisco on Saturday January 21, 2012.

The Trespassers

The Trespassers
Sarah Cupery Ottley (violin/fiddle, vocals), Benny Lee Friedrich (upright bass, vocals), Andy “Tarantula” Roberts (banjo, guitar, vocals), and “Bronco” Ben Goger (guitar, mandolin, vocals)

So, what are you up to this coming Cinco de Mayo? Well, if you are in San Francisco and want to have some fun I highly recommend going and seeing The Trespassers at the Great American Music Hall in support of their CD release party for Road Time: Live In California! The Trespassers have been described in the following ways:

“Homesteaders, activists, educators, workers, philosophers, travelers; The Trespassers strive to live in harmony with this world. Their songs often times include critiques and solutions pertinent to life in the twenty-first century.”

“The Trespassers sing stories that make you feel at peace but also dare to remind you that we are not always alright in this complex, modern world. Strength, protest, anger, hope and, above all, love are the emotions that resound off canyon and concrete walls as this band drifts across the west.”

“This young band is coming into their prime, after eight years of playing in the underground. Honing their skills in taverns, barns, campfires, at grassroots music festivals and environmental rallies. They are ready to bring their music and message to a wider audience.”

I have been lucky enough to work with The Trespassers a few times in the past and I can easily say that they are a group of the nicest people you could ever meet. They are truely just down to Earth, good people trying to make it by in this world. They are always looking to have a good time and it comes across in their music. They always get the crowd moving with their infectious energy.

The Trespassers have been touring around the West for quite a while now, so you may have already caught their Sierra Foothill Folk music at places like the Strawberry Music Festival, Joshua Tree Music Festival, Fillmore Poster Room, Carter Ranch Music Festival, Café Du Nord, and the San Francisco Bluegrass and Old-Time Music Festival.

To put together Road Time: Live In California, The Trespassers recorded all their live shows from their 2011 Summer and Fall tours. They then had the recordings mixed at Jerseydale – Ain’t No Studios by Peter Bogle. The album features 19 songs recorded live at 6 venues in 2011 and can be purchased now at CD Baby.

Tickets are now available for The Trespassers’ official CD release in San Francisco at The Great American Music Hall. Go to http://tickets.gamh.com/events/196440 to buy tickets. Opening for them will be Windy Hill, Faux Renwah, and Melody Walker. If you know you’re going to the show, or you think you’re going to the show, please buy your tickets in advance! It’ll also be an awesome opportunity to get a great discount on their new album. I have heard from the band, and they are very excited about this show and hope to share the evening with you! Hope to see you there!!

In the meantime, here are some videos of The Trespassers performing at a gig I got them in the KPIG studios years ago:

 

 

 

 

Lagwagon playing “Coffee & Cigarettes” at the Fillmore in San Francisco on Saturday January 21, 2012.
This is probably one of my favorite Lagwagon songs. I’ve always loved playing this tune on the guitar.

Lagwagon performing “Mr. Coffee” at the Fillmore in San Francisco on Saturday January 21, 2012. Tried to get a little bit of the pit and got Joey doing some jump rope with the mic cable. Good times!

Lagwagon getting started at the Fillmore in San Francisco on Saturday January 21, 2012 with “Island of Shame” and “Lazy.”

NOFX had some difficulty getting started at the Fillmore SF on Friday January 20, 2012 due to a malfunctioning guitar. Poor Eric Melvin. They recovered pretty well though with “Straight Edge,” “60%,” and “We Call It America.” It was a great night.

Lagwagon finish off their show with “Bye For Now.” It was a great night filled with lots of energy due to it was their CD release party for their new box set. Towards the end, Joey lets the crowd sing some of the lyrics and they finish the show by stating that they will be at Oki-Dog. Too bad we weren’t in LA!

Lagwagon finishing up their set at Slim’s SF with “May 16” on 12/17/11. They were really on point with this tune, getting the crowd moving in true Lagwagon style. An awesome night for their CD release party for their box set. Good times!