Thursday, February 20, 2014

March to Fox & Goose for breakfast, lunch, dinner, beer, and music!

Alright, here we go again. Month after month we fill your face with all this great stuff. You keep coming back and then we do it all over again. I'll try to write something interesting just in case anyone is reading this. If you are, then tap your forehead 3 times with your index finger and say, "I need to go to Fox & Goose and belly up to the bar, because I love it there and they love me." Now get on down here and drink some beer before closing time! Everyone should drink beer and listen to music at Fox & Goose. Music is just as important as beer and food. Anyhow, here's what's going on at your Goose:

Saturday, March 1st:
For Sayle
Emily Kollars
Mike Visser (Frank Jordan)

March 1st is a kick ants night of incredible Sacramento Music. Opening the show is a solo set from Mike Visser of Frank Jordan fame, and he's now back from the Big Apple where he started his new band, Springs. The lovely and extremely talented Emily Kollars is back doing her brilliant r&b infused jazz tunes. For Sayle is a perfect fit for the Goose with their super catchy and well crafted rock & roll chunes. Let's be at this show.
Thursday, March 6th:
Songwriter Showcase with Ken Koenig
Ken Koenig is playing his acoustic songs. He's a nice guy. Let's drink beer.

Friday, March 7th:
Jay Shaner
Geoff Baker 
Lauren Cole Norton

Oh man, Jay Shaner is back with Geoff Baker Lauren Cole Norton. Jay is an amazing songwriter and his songs belong here. They remind me of this town in the fall and they sound like the way the Goose looks... all wood and bricks with old pictures, and years of life experience that you can only imagine quite often would break your heart. Geoff is from LA and writes songs about things going wrong. Lauren is an Irish lass with a taste for southern swing.

Saturday, March 8th:
Red Sky Sun Rise
Julie Meyers
Mikey LP

Do you like music? Do you like beer? Come check out Red Sky Sunrise, Julie Meyers, and Mikey LP at this really cool pub called Fox & Goose. Red Sky is a female fronted alt rock band with a fun vibe and kind of sounds like Heart. Julie likes Elliott Smith, and  Mikey is a songwriter with spiritual tendencies. He's seems like a pretty nice guy. Drink beer and tip your bartender.
Friday, March 14:
Delta City Ramblers
The Coffis Brothers
Matt Sertich
On the 14th it's The Coffis Brothers, Delta City Ramblers, and Matt Sertich. Coffis is Californicana from Belmont influenced by Neil Young and Tom Petty. The Ramblers do original bluegrass with great harmonies and lyrics. Matt is a longtime Sacramento songwriter making soft synthy sounds and singing vulnerable lyrics. The Goose is your one stop pub for all things related to your ears and mouth. Meow.
Saturday, March 15th:
St. Patrick's Day Pre-Party with
The Pikeys
Stepping Stone
The Fox & Goose's St. Patrick's Day Celebration starts early this year! Some people don't like to party on Mondays so we're bringing the pre-party on Saturday, March 15th. We were the 1st pub in town to throw a St. Patrick's Day party back in the day when we were the only pub in town, and we want to give you every opportunity to get your dose of Celtic pride early and not have to worry about it affecting your work week. Come out and enjoy traditional Irish music from Stepping Stone then get all ridiculous with the best Irish Punk band in town, The Pikeys! Remember to keep it safe and take a cab, but make sure you get enough Guinness and Jameson in your system to loose your Goose!
Monday, March 17th:
Fox & Goose St. Patrick's Day Celebration with
The Pikeys
Bobby & The Kennedys
On Monday, March 17th Fox & Goose will hold it's annual St. Patrick's Day celebration. Once again we have the super fun and entertaining Pikeys headlining the night playing their Celtic punk songs with Bobby & The Kennedys opening the night doing a more traditional, but of course raucous and jig worthy Irish set. Bobby was the original singer and leader of famed Stout Rebellion. Grab a pint of Guinness and an Erin Go Bragh "Ireland Forever" corned beef brisket sandwich. $2-$10 cover from 4 to midnight (cover goes up as the night goes on). Music from 5:30 to midnight.
Friday, March 21:
The West Nile Ramblers
Mike Blanchard & The Californios
Natural Drift Bluegrass

Enjoy some California bluegrass and country on Friday, March 21st with The West Nile Ramblers, Mike Blanchard & The Californios, and Natural Drift Bluegrass. West Nile play high energy western garage. Mike was the leader of legendary Sacramento rock band The Tattooed Love Dogs and now fronts The Californios with wife Laurie. Their music represents California's deep country and Americana roots. Natural Drift performs authentic and passionate pure bluegrass.

Saturday, March 22:
Item 9
Lost Roots
Saturday the 22nd is a night of reggae with Item 9, Lost Roots, and Relion. Get that Irie vibe with some great roots rock reggae. Item 9 hails from Fresno and has a Sublimey sound. Lost Roots is rebel rock reggae and calls Redding home. Relion is from Coalinga and is alternative reggae. Looks like we'll be jammin'.

Thursday, March 27:
The (Celtic) Method
Thursday is more Irish music with The (Celtic) Method who play a blend of Celtic music, acoustic rock, folk, and blues.

Friday, March 28
The Uncovered
On Friday the 28th we have The Uncovered who do obscure covers of songs you've most likely not heard before. Bring a date and let's rockout!

Saturday, March 29:
Wanted Exotic
The Punknecks

Saturday the 29th is a crazy line-up of mad-cap musical cheese muffins. Wanted Exotic is a space rock instrumental band. Punch-Out features wild man and hair doer, Casey Sims and his band of sweet and fancy fistacuffers. The Punknecks are a male/female duo from Nashville that play punky-tonk and outlaw bluegrass. This is the night you've been waiting for! Beer.

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