Listings are in the opposite order of appearance: headliner is listed at the top, next is the support band(s), and the last band listed is the opener.
Saturday July 6 2019
9:00PM doors -- music at 9:30PM
••• ALL AGES
$12 at the door
B.A.D. Poetry, Billion Coast, Nathan Coast,
Catalyst, MC Wordplay, Esque Coast
-from the Bay Area, CA
-Peach Street is a Bay Area Hip Hop crew currently based out of San Rafael CA. Crew members consist of brothers/MC's from Cincinnati, Ohio Nathan Coast & Esque Coast, as well as San Rafael, CA Native MC's: Wordplay, Catalyst Bars, B.A.D. Poetry, and producers Billion Coast & Getm Jaf. Peach Street's name originated from the name of the street where they all lived together as roommates in Novato CA. Because they all lived together, created, rehearsed, and recorded all their music at home, Peach Street has become well known for their family like chemistry, which makes for a fresh energetic show. Their powerful, upbeat songs portray a variety of unique styles. Peach Street captures Hip-Hop's new school's vibe by combining ill lyricism with musical composition which is easily received and relatable. Peach Street not only creates dope music, but is in the process of launching a fresh new clothing Line called "Peach Street Live." Their singles "My City" & "Lit" are quickly spreading on youtube, and their popularity is growing rapidly everyday.
-from OAKLAND, CA
-AJ Leone remembers the first time he heard Afro-Peruvian music. Chilean-born Osvaldo Vergara, who formed the band Kombucheros in 2003 in Santa Cruz, showed it to him.
“It’s just a different addictive rhythm that I got stuck on. I can’t explain it,” Leone says.
From 2008 through 2015, Leone joined Osvaldo’s band. He also made several trips down to Peru to dig a little deeper into the music and the culture. He particularly enjoyed touring in Latin America as a solo artist.
“It’s a more laid-back, casual formula down there. It’s easy to get around and travel as a musician. It’ll be fun to see what this little project can do down there,” he says.
“I grew up in America with a mash of different cultures, I just kind of wanted to mash it all together with a little modern twist and all that stuff. We want to reach the most people possible,” Leone says.
-from Marin City CA