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Saturday March 31 2018
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
•••  21 AND OVER
$12 in advance / $15 at the door
J.D. Wilkes
  with  Legendary Shack Shakers Unplugged
  old-time music of Appalachia + Cajun, jazz and island music of the Creole
  dark folk ddream metal
David And Joanna
folk country pop

J.D. Wilkes
  with  Legendary Shack Shakers Unplugged
-from Paducah, KY
-Imagine a sideshow blowing in on a Caribbean gale, only to land smack dab in a Kentucky junkyard. Then, and only then, might a listener begin to picture a suitable setting for Fire Dream, the latest solo album by musician/novelist J.D. Wilkes. Backed by an all-star cast of the South's most eclectic musicians (including members of both The Squirrel Nut Zippers and the Drive-By Truckers!), Wilkes crafts a soundscape of his homeland's varied voices. From the old-time music of Appalachia to the Cajun, jazz and island music of the Creole nether-glades, Fire Dream charters the listener on a journey... a journey, as it turns out, that has led only deeper into J.D.'s storied psyche.

Red Moses // vocals, guitar
Sami Knowles // keys, drums, vocals
-from San Francisco, CA

-Based in the SF Bay, CALLOW is a dream/doom duo whose sound is dark, cathartic, and straight from the gut.
"Lamenting music that raises spirits" - Poise
"A splendid avant-garde magic" - SF Gate

David And Joanna
David Enos and Joanna Lioce
-from San Francisco, CA

-David and Joanna met in Pico Karaoke on Valentine's day, 2004. Joanna sang "Forever in Blue Jeans." David liked what he heard and asked her to sing on a soundtrack for an animation. She did. Someone saw the movie and liked the music. She asked David and Joanna to play at her birthday party. Joanna had to read the lyrics from sheets of paper. It was very last minute. They were nervous. People liked it.
"David and Joanna... possesses just traces of that Lee Hazelwood-and-Nancy Sinatra magic."
-SF Bay Guardian