Listings are in the opposite order of appearance: headliner is listed at the top, next is the support band(s), and the last band listed is the opener.
June 19 2015
8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM ••• 21 AND OVER
Ride The Blinds
Blues, Rock n' Roll
Rock n' Roll
Parker Griggs - Guitar/Vocals/Drums, Anthony Meier - Bass, Paul Marrone - Drums
from The Land of 1000 Dances-
Trends come and go, but the idea of a bunch of guys getting together in a garage and playing the kind of music that makes the neighbors call the cops — that’s forever. And it’s that idea that’s crystallized in the form of Radio Moscow. The power trio led by the Stratocaster genius Parker Griggs have found THE formula : powerful, crunching Sabbathstyle chords and fiery solos that earn the right to be called Hendrixian and plants its flag firmly in the territory where psychedelic rock and cranked-up blues meet. Parker’s demo caught the ear of The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach, who produced the 2007 self-titled debut. With « Brain Cycles », their second album Radio Moscow proves that they’re not a cheap time machine but a direct descendant from the golden age of Rock’n’Roll. In 2011, Griggs continued his psychedelic trip with « The Great Escape of Leslie Magnafuzz » realesed by Alive Records. Just this year the band recorded their first album as a full trio untitled “Magical Dirt”. The band is on the road now supporting the new album, check the tour section to see if they are coming near you!
Ride The Blinds
Chris Guthridge, Billy Cramer, Nick Cramer -from SF
-San Francisco-based blues-rock outfit Ride the Blinds have released two albums on the Klepto label. Both 2004's eponymous debut and 2006's Start Running have earned the group critical acclaim, as well as favorable comparisons to legendary acts like the Faces, the Rolling Stones, and Led Zeppelin, as well as contemporary classic rock bands like the Black Crowes.
Eric " don cheeto" kang
Brandon " nug" Chester
“The once fruitful rock ‘n’ roll city of San Francisco is now a barren womb, fraught with the lasting effects of technological herpes. Thankfully a polyp known as Banquet has formed and is screeching for freedom from the womb’s clutches. With dual ripping lead guitars, howling vocals and a rhythm section that can make a pregnant woman’s water break, Banquet are raising the flag for San Francisco Rock n’ Roll. Their debut 7″is available on Who Can You Trust? Records alongside local rippers Hot Lunch, Glitter Wizard, Wild Eyes, Lecherous Gaze and Planes of Satori. Keep your ears peeled for that violent scramble ripping through your airwaves known as Banquet and don’t miss out when they shred in a town near you.”
Including members of Buffalo Tooth and Poor Sons.
-Banquet is a new sf based band playing late 60s early 70s influenced rock n roll.
Eric played in Poor Sons which released their Dyunes EP on Burger Records a couple years ago but have since disbanded. In 2014, he formed Banquet, a new band with ex-Poor Sons drummer, Damon Lockaby, and guitarists Brandon Chester and Doug Stuckie.