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Wednesday March 15 2017
 8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM ••• 21 AND OVER
$8
CINDY
www.facebook.com/Cindytheband/
 sadrock
The Lamps
www.facebook.com/thelampsbandsf/
 bluesy garage rock
The Campbell Apartment
www.barnyardhammer.com/
 britpop punk rock

CINDY
KC Gill vocals/guitar, Sunglasses bass, Simon Phillips drums
-from  San Francisco, CA

-CINDY is a three piece from San Francisco, CA, formed in August, 2015. KC Gill on lead vocals and guitar. Simon Phillips on drums. Sunglasses on bass. CINDY is sad rock/soft punk.


The Lamps
Joe, Jake, and Harrison
-from San Francisco, CA

-We are The Lamps, an Indie/blues band from San Francisco. 3 guys playing Indie/Blues/Jazz/Surf/Garage tunes


The Campbell Apartment
singer guitarist Ari Vais,
bassist Kevin Frank 
drummer Steve Mathews
-from NYC/San Francisco, CA

-Shaggy, raucous, heartbreaking pop punkers The Campbell Apartment (aka TCA) have been based in San Francisco since 2009, prior to which the band hailed from NYC.  They are singer guitarist Ari Vais, bassist Kevin Frank and drummer Steve Mathews.  They were named after a cocktail lounge in the bowels of Grand Central Station but, now that the tony bar has shut its doors, they are the only The Campbell Apartment in the world!
"At once chaotic, melodic and literate...one of my favorite songwriters"
- Chris Collingwood, Fountains Of Wayne

"Reminds me of Ween"
- Badly Drawn Boy (Damon Gough)

"Very Pavement-y"
- Joe Levy, Rolling Stone Magazine