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Saturday June 20 2015
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:30PM ••• ALL AGES
$10 in advance / $12 at the door
City Of Women
 Rock NN Roll, Punk, Soul, Art Rock
The Greening
 psychedelic powerpop, progressive pop, rock

City Of Women
M.Nero Nava-mouth & rhythm guitar, Charlie King-drums & percussion, Jovino Bunny-bass, Alwyn Quebido-lead guitars
from San Francisco, CA

rock nn roll for your body and mind. rock nn roll for adults.

Stephen Loase (Low-c): Lead vox, Keys, Jordan Meyer: Guitarist, Background vox, Mark Colwell: Drummer, 
Andy Francis: Guitarist, Keys, Background vox, Paul Chalker: Bassist, Hunter Dreidame: Viola
from San Francisco, CA

The mixture of indie rock songwriting, dreamy lyrics, and heavy elements of rock and pop rhythms has long been a staple in the indie-rock world, and Sunrunners delivers on all counts. A California-based quintet led by singer and primary songwriter Stephen Loase (Low-C), Sunrunners have largely managed to avoid the usual rock clichés, injecting a uniquely rock-influenced sound and laid back San Francisco style. Having rotated through the Bay Area's finest rock venues (Great American Music Hall, Slim's, Bottom of the Hill, etc), being featured on Bay Area’s Live 105 radio station and launching their first full length album earlier this year the Sunrunners train is full speed ahead.

The Greening
Will Loving: lead and backing vocals, guitars, Karl Meischen: lead and backing vocals, keyboards, Adam Pallin: bass,
Nick Tatro: drums
from San Francisco, CA

The Greening’s mission statement is to push pop music to new frontiers through their blend of accessible experimentation.
Combining memorable hooks, strong melodies and cascading vocal harmonies, the band craft instantly memorable songs. However, the radio friendly nature of the songwriting disguises its underlying complexity. Surprise bridges, unexpected arrangements/time signatures, and well thought out productions all unite to enhance the compositions in an integrated fashion. The ideology behind their sound evolves from an appreciation of the psychedelic movement, forgotten 70s art rock, classic 60s pop, and the ultimate desire to combine elements of all of these with a psychotic injection of punk energy. At shows, people are often up and dancing within a few numbers – thriving off the band’s raw enthusiasm for the music they love.