50-Watt Heavy, Unsteady Heights, and Danny Secretion
50-Watt Heavy is led by extreme boo boo, Joseph Kojima Gray and his sweet loving vocals. 50-Watt guys are loud, proud, and vicious rockers. Unsteady Heights is Kevin Seconds' new punk-rock band. Danny Secretion is a punk singer-songwriter from Sacramento's Ramonesy punk band, The Secretions. Meowzers! You gotta see this.
Saturday, January 6th
Kally O'Mally & the 8-Tracks and Adam Block
Kally O'Mally is a singer songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist, and her band the 8-Tracks bring her fun songs to light. Adam's music is a blend of classic electric blues, rock and roll, acoustic exploration with various finger-picking styles inspired by blues, jazz, country, classical music and even music from Senegal in West Africa.
Friday, January 12th
Storytellers, Honey B & Cultivation, and Pacific Roots
Uplifting audiences of all kinds with positivity, truth, and mostly fun, Honey B & The Cultivation raise the vibrational level with unbridled enthusiasm. The Sacto Storytellers strive to move your feet with a blend of ska, rocksteady, reggae, and soul riddums delivered with an unapologetic punk rock attitude. Pacific Roots is building their popularity by shredding the stage with upbeat reggae jams mixed with punk rock swells and solos. Big Ups!
Saturday, January 13th
Space Walker, CTRL Z, and Big Ethel
CTRL-Z is a rocking live Sacramento band that creates dynamic funk, blues, and reggae grooves combined with powerful lyrics from bandleader Zealous. Spacewalker says, "James Brown is the godfather of soul. Michael Jackson is the King of pop. I AM THE KID SISTER OF ROCK N' ROLL AND THE QUEEN OF INTERSTELLAR BEATS. Spacewalkin' to a venue near you!". Big Ethel has been described as garage-pop-doom-folk-surf-psych and pretty much everything in between all those nifty dashes.
Friday, January 19th
The Mindful and Deacon Free
The Mindful returns to the first place it ever performed. Fox & Goose! Funk, jazz/experimental, folk and rock, as well as a peppering of surprising covers make a Mindful show good for the ears, brain and heart. Enjoy an evening of music, a great selection of drinks and traditional English fare in the cool atmosphere that is the Fox & Goose! Cosmic groove/folk-rock outfit Deacon Free will start the night off.
Saturday, January 20th
The Brangs and Jem & Scout
The Brangs are a musical vehicle for the songwriting of Pete Barker, featuring a sometimes rotating band of musicians, the core of which is Steve Mooreweathers, Rob Meyer, and Kevin Coughlin. *Subject to availability. Jem & Scout's website says, "We got together in 1996 in the Davis/Sacramento area. We took a 12 year break and started back up in 2010. We play all over Northern California regularly. We like new friends." Let's party.
Friday, January 26th
Empty Wagon, Catalina Edwards, and Gillian Underwood & the Lonesome Doves
Empty Wagon is Sacramento Pop rock. Join us. Catalina is a Columbian born indie folk singer-songwriter. Gillian's sound is an eclectic mix of country, folk, jazz and pop, heartbreaking lyrics, powerful vocals, and two guitars. If you like Lucinda Williams, Cat Power, Neko Case or Gillian Welch. Join us!
Saturday, January 27th
Western Spies & Kosmonaut and Amy Bleu
Western Spies & the Kosmonaut is a Psychobilly group from Sacramento. Combining Memorable rockabilly styles with the intensity of punk/rock & roll. Currently based in Portland, OR, Amy Bleu is a multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter. Her vocals, which range from a controlled scream to a mesmerizing lullaby, are hauntingly beautiful, and her lyrics poetically express anguish and joy with poignancy, depth, and pathos. Her music is punk/pop-folk on guitar and ukulele.