• May Newsletter

    Hello out there!

    Are you ready for a busy month? Here we go; we're coming to allllll your counties, Bay Area! I've got 3 shows in May and I'll be playing in San Francisco, Napa, and Berkeley and that might be a record for me. For all 3 of these shows I'm so happy to say I'll be joined by Mr. James DePrato, who makes me sound good, keeps me laughing, and changes his guitar strings religiously.

    We'll be in the East Bay on May 16

    with Geoff Baker and Lesley Greer

    at The Monkey House

    [email protected] (email to get the address at this private residence)

    7 pm doors/7:30 show/$10-20 sliding scale donation at the door

    This is a secret little speakeasy style venue, if you'd like to come the venue requests you email the above noted address to reserve yourself a spot (you won't pay anything until you arrive, this just guarantees you get a seat since the place is tiny and allows them to keep their private residence private!)

    We'll be in San Francisco on May 19

    with Thomas Heyman, Ira Marlowe, and Jacob Aranda

    for the Sad Bastards Club at The Make Out Room

    7:30 pm/free show

    This is our 3rd time playing the Sad Bastards Club and it's pretty much my favorite club to be a part of. I'm seriously considering making up some membership cards.

    Finally, we'll be in Napa on May 23

    with Grass Child

    at Silo's

    7:30 pm/$15 general admission

    Grass Child was selected as one of the hometown bands to not only play the big Bottlerock Festival in June, but they'll be opening up the entire event on the mainstage. We're very excited for these folks and all the good stuff that is coming their way and we can't wait to share the stage with them at Silo's.

    For some extra fun, here's a video James and I made with our friend, Matt Langlois. You might know Matt from his band, The Welcome Matt. He has a bimonthly video series called Welcome Matt Wednesdays and he invited us to be his guests. We play a little music here, Matt interviews us, James tries to climb out a 2nd story window, no big deal. Much fun was had, we recommend you check it out as well as The Welcome Matt.

    And that's all she wrote! Hope to see you out there!

    Thank you for supporting live music!



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