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The Geezer Gig

w/ Bob Woods Trio

Bob Woods Trio hosts this monthly dance tradition and community pow wow. Friends old and new gather to dance and mingle to a captivating soundtrack of oldies rock, blues, country and swing.

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No Simple Highway

If you’ve seen bands pay tribute to the Grateful Dead here, and chances are you have, you know we hold things to a high standard. Every band offers a different take on the sacred repertoire. No Simple Highway weaves tapestries of rhythm and melody on the wings of a guitar trio. They also do glorious […]

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San Geronimo

This Marin County band has made a name for itself with many acclaimed performances at Terrapin Crossroads. They have shared the stage with Phil Lesh so you know they have some aces up their sleeves when it comes to jamming. After their performance here back in August, we’ve coined them the ultimate “cosmic bar band.” […]

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Elevation

Led by vocal powerhouse Jamal “J Silk” Walker, this local outfit reverberates soul and funk from head to toe. Formerly known for his eponymous blues band, this singer has stage presence to spare. He and drummer Scott Wilson have also been making dance floors bounce for many years with their reggae band – MYSTAFYA. Last […]

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Grease, Grit & Grime

GGGreaser Get Down!

This new early bird event got off to a roaring start last year and in 2018 it’s going to become the talk of the town. Grease, Grit & Grime has become a local institution for anyone who loves the blues. They like to call it “Dirty Blues” but it goes down smooth like a spoonful […]

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Hunter & The Dirty Jacks

Hunter & The Dirty Jacks are California-Crafted Rock & Roll – like smoky whiskey with phosphorescent ice cubes in a blues-tinted glass. Led by frontman Hunter Ackerman and flanked by guitar players Carmelo Bonaventura and Jon Siembieda, with Aaron Barnes grooving the bottom end on bass and Brian Lara keeping the rootsy tribal beats, this […]

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Eight Dollar Mountain

Emerging from Ashland, Oregon, Eight Dollar Mountain serves up high-energy, traditionally inspired bluegrass inspired by some of the all-time greats like Bill Monroe, Flat & Scruggs, Ralph Stanley and Tony Rice. Their hard-driving rhythm pulls audiences onto the dance floor with a sound reflecting the roots of mountain music, blues and old time country. They […]

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The Humidors

This horn-driven octet from San Francisco is back for a night of hard-hitting funk, vintage R&B, slow-burn soul and rock. Those 2017 dance moves are ready for a tune up and these are just the cats to make us take things to the next level.

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The Geezer Gig

w/ Bob Woods’ Swampbilly

Bob Woods’s Swampbilly hosts this monthly dance tradition and community pow wow. Friends old and new gather to dance and mingle to a captivating soundtrack of blues, zydeco and rockabilly.

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Kehoe International

Do you remember Black Cat Grave? They are a trio who played here a couple times featuring guitarist/vocalist Bryan Kehoe (Les Claypool’s Duo de Twang, M.I.R.V.) and drummer Tim Soya (Victims Family). They blew people away with their shocking mix of hillbilly polka, rockabilly, spooky surf noir, opera (yes, opera) and country. The duo is […]

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