For the measly price of just $6 you are to be entertained for hours on end and loved like the warmth of winter sun. In all likelihood you won't have to work the following day so this is the correct Sunday on which to stay out a bit. You can ease into evening enjoying friends and beers and the strange sounds that humans do sometimes make. If further incentive is required, let me state right here and now that I will indeed be using BOTH hands on the guitar this time. Be there at 8pm and don't forget to say hello.
We haven't played Hotel Utah in quite some time, so it'll be nice to bring our rockin' ways down to the SOMA once again. It'll be a full on Warren Teagarden and The Good Grief show, with Anthony on drums, Okay on bass, Becky on backing vocals and percussion, and Pete playing lead guitar. Before us is the always stupendous Clamhawk Manor. And opening the show all the way from our nation's capitol is Teething Veils. (And a special thanks to Becky for the sweet flyer!)
A big, big Thank You to Andrew Goldfard (The Slow Poisoner) for making this awesome poster for the July 27th show at 50 Mason. It looks great, don't you think?
I'm a singer/songwriter from San Francisco doing punk based indie pop type stuff. I also really like cats. (The animal not the musical.)