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Wednesday May 15 2019
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
•••  21 AND OVER
The Turnouts
 Alternative Rock
The Campbell Apartment
 indie rock pop punk

-from San Francisco, CA
-Interro is a rock band fresh out of San Francisco, CA. While influenced by the likes of Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and The Doors, they maintain their own original spin on the rock n roll sound. Consisting of frontman Sako Agopian, lead guitarist Max Swerdlow, bassist Ryan Martinez, and Arman “Armani B” Sedgwick-Billamoria, they put on a fun, high energy show full of great tunes and good vibes.

The Turnouts  
Mason Mejia - Vocals/Guitar
Aaron Borunda - Guitar
Michael Dallara - Drums
Weston Pollock - Bass
Clayton Silva - Guitar
-from San Francisco, CA

-The Turnouts are an alternative/indie rock band from San Francisco, California. Meeting in the dorms of San Francisco State University, the boys began to write and record original music in the basement of a church in the Castro district. The Turnouts released their debut EP titled “Not a Chance” in March of 2018 and are in the works of creating their first full album.

The Campbell Apartment  
Ari Vais, Kevin Frank and Steve Mathews
-from San Francisco, CA

-The Campbell Apartment, named after a bar hidden inside New York's Grand Central Station, is the brain-child of Russian born singer-songwriter and oil painter Ari Vais. "...sounds like the Clash fronted by Jonathan Richman - the power of the music leavened by the wryness of the lyrics. Underlying that tension, however, is an emotional richness that repeated listenings - and you will listen repeatedly - reveal.
They walk an ever-shifting line between knowing detachment and painful vulnerability. The instant you ease into one mode, the tone or the tempo changes and you're whipsawed into the other. The album is like life in that way - unsettling turns and touching surprises, each when you least expect them."
-Anthony DeCurtis Rolling Stone