Sunday, February 26, 2017


Friday, March 3rd
The Bottom Feeders and Sly Park

Check us out! Sly Park opens the show with their rock & roll and bluesy organ filled soul. Stick around for The Bottom Feeders with dirty garage sounds and indie rock of the Strokesy variety. Wonderful local live music at your Fox & Goose Public House. Please enjoy a beer.

Saturday, March 4th
Garble and Hatchet Job

My friends and I agree... Hatchet Job is in your face garage rock and punk. The Stooges and The Bad Seeds come to mind when these lads get the bricks shaking. Sounding like all the best post-punk bands from Fugazi to Sonic Youth to Wire, Garble will leave you speechless. This is a Sacramento punk show featuring people who have made music here for decades and will continue to bring art, music and crucial and important messages to our community. Join us and support compassionate and creative local punk rock!

Friday, March 10th
Kyle Tuttle

With influences from Van Morrison to George Harrison, Kyle Tuttle plays positive bluesy acoustic music. Tonight he's bringing his full band. Join us for some bluesy rock and roll.

Saturday, March 11th
Kevin & Allyson Seconds, Natalie Cortez, and Joe Kojima Gray

Hey, stop in and stay and listen to the wondrous harmonies from Kevin and Allyson Seconds. This time around they've brought songwriters Natalie Cortez (Ultraviolets) and Joe Kojima "Koj" Gray (50-Watt Heavy and Loose Engines). Expect kind and especially talented performances from these cool Sacramento songwriters!

Friday, March 17th
St. Patrick’s Day with The Pikeys and Tartan & Tweed

Alrighty, mate... it's time for all you Saint Paddy's peoples to lose your goose at our annual St. Patrick's Day. It's a day to begin transforming winter's dreams into summer's magic. Sweet clovery guys are on one over here. Come early at 4pm, or later if you like, and indulge in the festivities including shamrocky music from Tartan and Tweed, our special bagpipes performance, a green singalong, and the raucous and exhilarating rock & roll of The Pikeys. Get yourself swaying with music by The Pogues, Dropkick Murphys, and don't forget our corned beef and cabbage.

Saturday, March 18th
Fem Dom Com (Female Dominated Comedy)

Hey, it's another installment of FEM DOM COM (Female Dominated Comedy) hosted by the fascinating and tremendous Emma Haney and the ridiculous and sophisticated Jaime Fernandez. It's absolutely hilarious and dominated by incredible women. Support your women, cause they’re why you’re here. Right? Am I right? You wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for them!

Friday, March 24th

Catchakoala, plays an exciting fusion of soul, funk, jazz and spoken word. Covering a wide range of styles may be a difficult task for most bands, but when teamed up with ZFG emcee and educator Paul Willis, Catchakoala elevates its live performance with introspective lyricism and classic hip-hop elements.

Saturday, March 25th
The Gold Souls and Stoneberry

Get out and about! It's the Goose debut of The Gold Souls with their original jazzy blues that will give you all the feels. Check out acoustic rock & roll from the always entertaining Stoneberry. Maybe have a ollalieberry scone with Devonshire cream. They're hecka good.

Friday, March 31st
The Brangs and Lucky Laskowski & the Liars Choir

Let's be realistic... The Brangs are pure rock & roll and should be enjoyed at a fantastic pub made of bricks and wood. They'll show you how to enjoy yourself and satisfy your longing. Lucky is a man of wisdom and miraculous songy talents. Bring your relatives and make them drink Scotch or come alone and eat Welsh Rarebit. Either way don't miss these guys.

Monday, January 23, 2017

Great music at Fox & Goose in February!

Friday, February 3rd
Kevin Seconds and TBA

Kevin Seconds is back with another songwriter's in the round session. Kevin is the frontman for local punk band 7Seconds and he also records lots of solo records, so check it out cause it’s great, alright?

Saturday, February 4th
Blame the Bishop (Farewell Show) and Kally O'Mally & the 8 Tracks

Kally O’Mally & the 8 Tracks play a mix of danceable/sing a long 70's cover tunes along with Kally’s quirky Americana pop originals. Closing the night is Blame the Bishop with their Elvis Costello meets the Who stylings. And supposedly it’s their farewell performance. Let’s give em a good old Goosey goodbye. 
Dyana & the Cherrykings and Que Bossa

Get down to the pub for some rockabilly from Dyana & the Cherrykings and bossa nova from Que Bossa.

Saturday, February 11th
FEM DOM COM (Female Dominated Comedy)

Hey, it's another installment of FEM DOM COM (Female Dominated Comedy) hosted by the ridiculous and sophisticated Jaime Fernandez. Absolutely hilarious and dominated by incredible women. Support your women, cause they’re why you’re here. Right? Am I right? You wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for them!

Friday, February 17th
The Remainders and According to Bazooka
Check out The Remainders who play Americana and jammy rock with fun retro pop from accordion and guitar duo, According to Bazooka.

Saturday, February 18th
The Storytellers and Massive Delicious Duo

Dylan and Andre of Massive Delicious play jazzy folk reggae and join us for the return of the mighty and tremendous Sac Storytellers playing rocksteady reggae and ska. Probs have a dj too. Gotta do what makes you happy. Come out to the Goose and let loose!

Friday, February 24th
Instagon, Grex, and The Bad Twains
Expect to have your minds completely blown by Instagon (Lob’s long standing experimental rock jam), Oakland art rock trio, Grex, and Tom Waits cover band comprised of Pikeys guys and others like Noah Nelson. Don’t miss this!!!
Brian Croom, Zen Again, and SPACEBOY (Eric from Saucer)
Wow! Get to the Goose for indie pop/rock from Spaceboy, Brian Croom, and Zen Again. Spaceboy is Eric Williams from saucer doing acoustic indie schtuff, Brian Croom kinda does that too, and Zen Again is an indie rock trio that’s kind of like Throwing Muses. Don’t miss all this great music at a fantastic and legendary pug in the heart of downtown Sacramento.

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Goose Yourself Fitter

Friday, January 6th
Kevin Seconds

Kevin Seconds is back with another songwriter's in the round session and it's always great to have this international punk songwriter here at the Goose.

Saturday, January 7th
Working Man Blues Band and The Uncovered 

Hey, it’s really great blues from The Working Man Blues Band and The Uncovered open the show with fun and obscure covers! It’s quite satisfying! Celebrate great local music with us and have a cold one or ask for it to be popped in the nooka for that old warm pubby feel!

Friday, January 13th
Warren Bishop & Todd Weber and Que Bossa
Friday the 13th (be careful) is the seminal Que Bossa. Boss nova is a genre of Brazilian music made popular in the 50's and 60's. Listen to some Astrud Gilberto and you'll hear what these people do. Closing this one is acoustic rock from Warren Bishop and Todd Weber. They’re a couple of talented guitarist/singers influenced by bands like The Who and Elvis Costello and the Attractions.

Saturday, January 14th
Fem Dom Com (Female Dominated Comedy)

This will be spectacular! Jaime Fernandez has put together another hilarious night of female comedians for you at the pub. They are dominating this show, but I don't think they want to harm us...

Friday, January 20th
Chili Sauce (feat. members of Ideateam)Be Brave Bold Robot (Album Release), and Bellygunner

I like my bold robots like I like my coffee... immediately in my face and preferably preceded by a hug. I like my bellygunners like I like my scones... toasted, lightly buttered,  and covered in Devonshire cream. I like my chili sauce like I like my horn players... on the side and mild cause I'm a spice wuss and a little goes a long way especially with saxophones. I joke. Seriously, we are so proud to have Be Brave Bold Robot releasing their album at the Goose, each and every robot is a sweet boo boo that I want to cuddle. Bellygunner is incredibly accurate with beautiful soaring melodies and pretty rhythms. Chili Sauce closes the show and it will be a ridiculous dance party.

Saturday, January 21st
Massive Delicious Duo and Full Time Mystic
Hey it's Dylan and Andre, they’re the co-front guys of Massive Delicious, and they blend reggae, soul, funk and jazz into a finely grinded down powder of eary sound candy. They’re so talented and fun, you might offer to take them home for a private performance. Also on the bill is Full Time Mystic featuring the incredible lickings of two fantastic guitarers, Jonathan Beach and Brett Vaughn Rechtfertig. With names like that you can bet you're gonna be mesmerized.

Friday, January 27th
Duke Chevalier and Sunmonks
January 27th expect a full house for this amazing show: The Sunmonks play lush and harmonious indie pop reminiscent of Talking Heads and Fela Kuti with hypnotizing rhythms. Duke Chevalier draws on diverse influences as Afro-Caribbean and West African folk music, spaghetti western scores, contemporary hip-hop, chartreuse music, American folksongs, and garage rock and he’s amazing!

Saturday, January 28th
Mr. P Chill and DJ Mike Colossal

Incredible backpack rap and hip-hop from Mr. P Chill with DJ Mike Colossal. Other MC’s to be announced. Join us!