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Tuesday August 30 2022
 8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
$12  [includes free tacos]
Asher Belsky
Stratejacket   ----- Jones Carwash off the bill
 punk rock

-from San Francisco, CA
-cheeky aussie band in San Francisco.

Asher Belsky
-from San Francisco, CA
-Asher plays with a sense of soul that belies his age.” – Guitar Player Magazine

“Asher is a fabulous player, well beyond his years.  He plays from the heart, has a great command over his instrument, and the best part is, he’s just getting started!” – Dan “Lebo” Lebowitz of ALO

Hailing from San Francisco, California, 17-year-old guitar phenom and singer-songwriter Asher Belsky is endorsed by Gibson Guitars and was an inaugural member of the Gibson Generation Group (G3), a select group of young guitar players from around the world. Asher is also an endorsed artist for Ernie Ball, Mono Creators, and Blue Microphones.

Asher leads a trio featuring fellow San Francisco high schooler Porter Bliquez (drums) and DownBeat Magazine award-winning bass player Matthew Jazwinski, a student at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. In September 2021, the band headlined the first post-COVID live show at the Sebastiani Theatre.  They have played a number of other Bay Area venues including the Black Cat, Great American Music Hall, Terrapin Crossroads, and HopMonk Tavern Sonoma.

In fall 2021, Asher released an EP produced by Jorgen Carlsson of Gov’t Mule. The release features Jorgen on bass, Toss Panos on drums (Robben Ford) and Jeff Young on keys (Jackson Browne and Steely Dan), and includes Asher’s latest single, “Reason.”

Asher has played The Fillmore (SF) and The Beacon Theater (NYC) as a featured artist at the Allman Family Revival, played The Warfield (SF) with ALO, played at San Francisco’s Black Cat jazz club with Maurice “Mobetta” Brown and Mike “Blaque Dynamite” Mitchell, and opened for Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Festival playing a set with Marcus King. Asher has also played the National Anthem for the Golden State Warriors at the Chase Center.

-from San Francisco, CA
-There was always a small amount of people that would gather outside of the pool office in Redwood City that Stratejacket had called their practice space. Parents with their kids would dance, or the local bakery would deliver banana bread to the band after hearing them shake the walls next door.

Born admist a global pandemic, Jackson, Nate, and Fabian of Stratejacket decided that staying together, bringing life into music, and having as much fun as possible was not only a good decision, but a necessary one.

Drawing inspiration from the 90s and na
ughties rock, Stratejacket writes songs for the world and welcomes anyone in on the joke.-