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 26 2015
8:30PM doors -- music at 9:30PM ••• ALL AGES
$17 in advance / $20 at the door
Some Fear None
Rock /Hard Rock
Thomas Flowers - vocals, Doug Eldridge - bass guitar, Ric Ivanisevich - guitar, Steve Brown - drums, Rich Mouser - guitar
from Sacramento, California-
rofound statement about his band's new album Something Beautiful, their first effort since embarking on a self-imposed hiatus (but not a break up) that began somewhere around 2005. "We did this for ourselves and to have fun, since we love it," Eldridge said. "If this [record] is huge, great. If not, we had fun and we loved doing it. What happens now is out of our hands."
That's a refreshing and honest attitude to have, and it's also indicative of the organic nature of the album, all factors that should help Something Beautiful find its audience.
Some Fear None
Nathan Giguiere - Vocals/Guitar
Chuck Carrasco - Guitar
Jason Weisker - Drums
Gina Salatino - Bass/Guitar
-Some Fear None is a "Rock/Hard Rock" Band from Sacramento, Ca. After joining up in 2010, Chuck, Jason, Nathan & Gina have come together with all original material and an inspiration to create a sound that is most described as unique yet familiar.
Some Fear None truly has a rock sound of their own, mixing Grunge with Metal and Alternative with Hard Rock, they are a must see!
A 2015 Sammie Award Winner for 'Most Outstanding Hard Rock band'.
Named 'Most liked Rock band' for 2013 by Sacramento's Rock station KRXQ 98 Rock.
Kris Nova - Vocals, Jimmy Tomahawk - Guitars, Cole Andrew - Drums, Tai Hake - Bass
from Oakland, CA-
STIMULI is an Oakland, California rock band formed by vocalist Kris Nova, guitarist Jimmy Tomahawk, drummer Cole Andrew and bassist Tai Hake. After forming in 2013, STIMULI entered the legendary Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, California to begin tracking their debut EP.
Released on May 13th 2014, the 6 track debut effort of all original material exemplifies the breadth and depth of each member's affinity for the hard rock of Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath, the seething grunge of Soundgarden and Alice in Chains as well as the complex progressive rock of King Crimson and Rush. The sum of these influences often results in comparisons of STIMULI to contemporary prog-rock torch bearers such as Porcupine Tree, Tool and Karnivool.
STIMULI's music is ambitious enough to push musical boundaries in the spirit of the "Progressive", unusual enough to be an "Alternative" and dense and edgy enough to be "Hard Rock".