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.
7:30PM doors -- music at 8:00PM
••• 21 AND OVER
$12 in advance / $15 at the door
The Scribe Project
latin world fusion pop
The Scribe Project
-from the Bay Area, CA
-The Scribe Project embodies a global musical experience with an eclectic blend of original music.
-from San Francisco, CA
-The world you live in is not what you think it is. There is another world hidden between the cracks of that which you know. In this world, there is a man that you will not find in any history books or credit reports. He cannot be seen with the human eye at “the mall” or “the club”. He is known only as Richie Cunning and there are very few people that even know of his existence. Countless believers have reported first-hand sightings, claiming to have seen him drinking from a flask on a bus station bench in the middle of the night or even fast asleep on a bus station bench in the middle of the night. However, gentlemen and scholars both maintain that he is nothing more than a myth. A drunken ghost in the collective subconscious of modern society. Many have tried to understand him, but there is only one way to truly understand that which is Richie Cunning. You must leave your world behind and step into his realm….a place thought to exist only in fairy tales and ugly areas of downtown San Francisco. Your journey begins now.
Here there are many people just like you, except that they don’t wear those fashionable little pants you have on or those “hot” sneakers that you picked up on sale at an urban boutique. In your pockets are nothing but a pint of E & J and an expired bus pass. The cracked pavement on which you stand is littered with hand-rolled cigarette butts, losing lottery scratchers, and murky puddles of city juice that faintly reflect the half-illuminated neon lights of forgotten bars and liquor stores that you are not welcome in. The dark sky above you is blanketed in an ominous fog so suffocatingly thick that God himself knows not what happens here. Hollow gusts of wind echo through the streets with a voice so human that they seem to whisper in your ear, “give me your shoes….or I will open you up with this piece of broken glass”. The cold night air is ripe with the aromatically intoxicating scent of long-neglected plumbing problems, bus exhaust, and the most luxurious of transvestite perfume. What is this place? You ask. How did I get here and why should I care who this guy is or where he comes from? It’s a mystery. And that’s why so is Richie Cunning.
-from Bolivia/San Francisco, CA
-Born into a musical family, Gabriel Navia is one of Bolivias most internationally renowned emerging latino artist. Producer, guitarist, multi-instrumentalist and composer, he has collaborated in 3 albums nominated for the Latin Grammys. Gabriel is one of the most foremost exponents of latin music in the Bay Area.
Combining Latin music with flamenco, jazz, and contemporary sounds.
He started his professional music career as a charango player, touring and recording with the Andean music band Sukay at the age of 11. Led by his father Eddy Navia.
Gabriel has performed on many stages around the world including Asia, Europe, North and South America.
Working on stage and in the recording studio with artist such as Chuchito Valdes, Eddy Navia, Fito Reinoso, Georges Lammam (Hola Yallah a Latin Arabia duo), Daniel Fries (Gabo & Daniel) Wayne Wallace, Jack Douglas, Richard Howell, Charlie Musselwhite, Orestes Vilato, Karl Perazzo, John Santos, Calixto Oviedo, Marc Van Wageningen, Alfredo Coca, Joe Craven, Jeff Massanari, Colin Douglas, Edgardo Cambon, Sandy Perez, Fogo Na roupa, Los Kjarkas, Willy Claure, Grillo Villegas, Savia Andina, Melecio Magdaluyo, Fernando Jimenez, Carlos Caro, John Calloway, Greg Sudmier, Sukay, Diablo Ballet and the San Francisco Symphony among others.
A post-graduate from Conservatori Del Liceu de Barcelona. He has also studied with great masters from Bolivia, Cuba, Spain and the U.S. After attending the Instituto Eduardo Laredo in Cochabamba, Bolivia and the School of the Arts of San Francisco, California, he went on to attend the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, the Jazz School of Berkley CA and in 2002 he received Outstanding Musician Awards at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. In 2007 he also received a scholarship from Fundación Carolina to do a music postgraduate with flamenco great Manuel Granados at the Conservatori Del Liceu de Barcelona.