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Sunday February 19 2017
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM ••• 21 AND OVER
 Hard Rock/Punk Rock-N-Roll
Filthy Victorian
 Classy Rock
Joe Gore
 guitar virtuoso

fat Bastard - Beating Skinz
Alec Longaway - Slap a da Bass
Randy Shafer - Snake skin Six string
-from San Francisco, CA

-Emerging from a Rock N' Roll dungeon deep in the Loin of The City,
this Power Trio surfaces to bring the heavy quickness to all the ear
pairs hungry for In-Your-Face Rock. Powerful drums, grinding, thumping bass,
and the articulate blare of the guit half stack at full tilt, NECROVECK is barreling
towards you.

Filthy Victorian
-from San Franciso, CA
-Lula Applebruise  is a San Francisco based burlesque artist with  circus skills including Lyra (aerial hoop) and contortion abilities with a pleasantly incongruous voice that is both unexpected and enjoyable to listen to.
The music started with Robley Evans towards the end of 2014 and they decided to form a band. By very good luck and chance two  former band mates from Robley's past including Mike Mckevitt on guitar and Erno on drums appeared and  they went through some evolutions before stabilizing into a basic four piece Classy Rock band.  Lula Applebruise pops up here and there in the local burlesque venues including Hubba Hubba Review, Burlesque at Revival and other events.  Mike McKevitt plays in many SF Bay Area bands including Cookie Mongoloid, Los Baņos (Cyclecide bike rodeo band), The Jean Genies, Mongoloid,  Mongolounge and plenty more. Erno and Robley were founding members and the rhythm section of  Life After Life (Alternative Tentacle Records).

Joe Gore
Joe Gore
-from San Francisco, CA

-Joe Gore is a guitar polymath. An ardent character with a curriculum vitae that spans everything from guitar blogger to Editor of Guitar Player magazine, album credits with Tom Waits to touring with PJ Harvey, consultant work with Apple to unique boutique effects pedal designer, and more such stretches of experience than could comfortably be listed here.