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Wednesday June 20 2018
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
•••  21 AND OVER
Hella Gay Pride Show....
A Showcase of Local LGBQTA Members and Allies!
Marisa Kay & The Lunar Angels
 folk rock/alt-country
@ Little Spiral @
 piano-pop singer-songwriter

Marisa Kay & The Lunar Angels
-from San Francisco, CA
- Marissa Kay and the Lunar Angels is an folk rock/alt-country band hailing from San Francisco, CA. Lead by frontwoman Marissa Kay, the band combines the classic folk, rock and country she grew up on as a child with the unique experience of living as an openly transgender woman. Her debut album, Trans Is Love, was released in November 2017. It was featured in publications such as The Bay Bridged and No Depression.

Jake Wichman- Lead Vocals, Guitar
Noa Laniakea- Bass
Will Lineberry- Drums/Percussion
-from San Jose, CA

-JWB is an Acoustic-Pop band from San Jose, California, comprised of three Bay-Area-based musicians that all hail from very different musical backgrounds: the lead singer, Jake Wichman, is a self-taught singer-songwriter and guitarist with a soft spot for 90s pop; Drummer and backup vocalist William Lineberry is an inventive cajon player and percussionist that comes from a rock background; and double bassist Noa Laniakea is classically trained, composes, and works heavily in folk music of all kinds. Despite the potential difficulty in blending these styles, the trio has found a way to seamlessly merge elements from all these genres into one uniquely their own, combining electric-guitar-like double bass playing with funky grooves, catchy melodies, and lyrics anyone can relate to.

The three of them are also heavily invested in support of the LGBTQA+ community, as Noa is a nonbinary trans* individual (they/them or she/her) who wants to use their music to connect to a wider audience and provide visibility for trans* people, while Jake and Will are staunch allies. Together, they write music that is meant to be universal, singing stories of love and loss meant to bring people together over our shared experiences. Their message is that we are all just people doing the best we can, no matter our backgrounds, so why not make music about it?

@ Little Spiral @
Suzanne Yada
-from Concord, CA

-@ Little Spiral @, a.k.a. Suzanne Yada, is a piano-pop singer-songwriter who writes at the intersection of technology and heart. She mixes her indie pop, classical, blues and electronic influences with her background in poetry, media and the internet to create clever little piano pop songs for the digital age. Fans of Tori Amos, Amanda Palmer, Mary Lambert and Regina Spektor will feel right at home in the @ Little Spiral @ galaxy.