Monday, December 22, 2014

January 2015 Fox & Goose Music

Hello 2015. It's time to go to some shows at your favorite pub! Guess what!?! We've been in business for 40 years! A very special thanks and congratulations to the Daltons for creating and expanding on such a fun and unique Sacramento landmark. 

Friday, January 2nd

The Island of Black & White, Delta City Ramblers, and Scott Paul Graham

Founded in the foothills of El Dorado, the Island's music is a sweet, humble yet raw blend of acoustic rock, funky reggae, and soulful blues. Delta City always brings the great country harmonies with sweet acoustic rhythm and melody! Scott is a long time Sacramento musician from somewhere up near Folsom and has his own music school, Graham Music Pros. Support great local live music at your favorite pub!

Saturday, January 3rd

The F Street Stompers
F Street are ragtime, a pinch of bluegrass, a dash of country, and a smidgen of gypsy with all the washboard bells and whistles. Goes great with a pint and a Ploughman's Repast.  

Thursday, January 8th
Steve Mclane
Thursday the 8th it’s Steve McLane’s timeless acoustic tunes. Steve has been playing at Fox & Goose since the early days. He plays classics from Neil Young to the Beatles to Bob Dylan. It's a nice mellow way to spend a Thursday evening with a pint and a pasty. 8pm, free.

Friday, January 9th
Kevin Seconds plus Special Guests
Kevin is a supremely prolific creative force that makes this town that much more musically rich. Fox & Goose loves his melodies, heart felt lyrics, rib-shaking guitar rhythms, and ongoing dedication to the Sacramento music scene.

Saturday, January 10th
Brian Watson
Buji is a crooner... and an acoustic guitar spooner. 

Thursday, January 15th
The Mike Justis Band
The Mike Justis Band plays acoustic folk on Thursday the 11th. Mike has played at the Goose for many many years, and his brand of classic acoustic music is always refreshing. Featuring Kathy Barwick, Mike Justis, Steve O'Neil, Jeff Sears, and Steve McLane, you're always in for some great Americana, Blues, and Classic folk music.

Friday, January 16th
Tattooed Love Dogs
Remember the 90's? Nope. Okay, how about 1975? Oh ya, I remember that! That's the year Fox & Goose first opened it's doors to Sacramento. Let's have a 40th anniversary celebration with our favorite band from the good old days, Tattooed Love Dogs!

Saturday, January 17th
Face 4 Radio
Face 4 Radio plays rock & roll and Americana. Join us for great food, 19 beers on tap, and great local music.

Thursday, January 22nd
Marty Cohen & The Sidekicks

Marty Cohen & The Sidekicks play original Americana/folk with a twist. Enjoy good feelin' music and great beer at the Goose!

Friday, January 23rd
Be Brave Bold Robot and CFR

Be Brave is a powerhouse of folk rock mixed with cheersburgers and a Haakenson named Dean. CFR is a three-piece instrumental psychedelic rock band. These guys are bat-shoot crazy too! Drink responsibly. We have nice booze.

Friday, January 24th
Merdog, Spangler, and Dick Larson

Merdog plays well written, female fronted indie pop with moody lyrics and quite pleasant melodies. Perfect for a cloudy Sunday afternoon. Spangler has great harmonies and poetic lyrics and plays Americana. Dick is a great Sacramento songwriter.

Thursday, January 29th
Chicken & Dumpling

Chicken & Dumpling will be at the Goose on Thursday the 29th, warming your night with down home blues. The duo consists of Charles the chicken on guitar and Julia the dumpling on bass. Enjoy this free show with a pint and a Shepherd's Pie... we don't have chicken and dumplings.

Friday, January 30th
Black Knight Satellite and Punch-Out!

Due to some sort of injury, bassist Jason Beane plays his bass with his left hand over the top of the neck. In Black Knight Satellite he also does most of the vocals in this heavy post-punk band from Sacramento. They sound tough, but are quite sweet fellas. Punch-Out features wild man and hair doer, Casey Sims and his band of sweet and fancy fistacuffers. Drink beer, eat bangers, and listen to music.

Saturday, January 31st
Garage Jazz.. taking a garage band, and playing jazz idea structures..never the same group twice, always fresh and in the moment, once it happens its gone.. hence Instagon.