Wednesday, January 20, 2016

February 2016 is amazing at Fox & Goose!

Friday, February 5th
Kevin Seconds, Brian Hanover, and Dino (acoustic indie)
These people are rad. Kevin Seconds set the tone when he started his band 7 Seconds 37 years ago.  Now he is one of the most prolific songwriters in the style of acoustic indie pop with country/Americana undertones. He still tours and records with his original punk band, and we are so proud to announce his monthly first Fridays residency at Fox & Goose! Brian Hanover is another great long-standing local songwriter with punk roots. Opening the show is Dino with her punky roots gone acoustic sounds too. Sacramento music.

Saturday, February 6th
Joseph Kojima Gray (50-Watt Heavy), Dave Theno(Mt Shasta/Dunsmuir) and Eric Affonso(Sac-Ex Prez 44)
Joseph Kojima Gray is the frontman for 50-Watt Heavy who play loud bourbon soaked bar rock influenced by everything from Judas Priest to The Replacements. Here he is strumming his songs out on the old acoustic. His friend Dave Theno will do an acoustic set as will the keyboard player from 50-Watt Heavy Eric Affonso. Have a drink with us.

Friday, February 12th
Hans & the Hot Mess (funky soul) and Rich Driver (Americana)
Hans and his crew are a Goose favorite with their fun and positive groove music. It's not everyday that you can walk into a strange pub and watch such an incredible talent own a room like Hans does. And to get to hear Rich Driver's heartfelt sun-soaked songs too! You better have a pasty.

Saturday, February 13th
Jem & Scout (indie pop) and Lucky Laskowski (Americana/country)
Another perfect matchup of sounds. Jem & Scout are indie pop/rock with the best melodic tunes your waxy ears can stomach. Don't get too lost in Lucky Laskowski's country infused story songs of loss and ambition. Take a moment to enjoy these bricks.

Friday, February 19th
The Modern, Punch Out, and Jacobb Alexander
The Modern is a new Sacramento indie rock band that prides themselves on music that tells a story. Punch Out always bring high energy and tricky melodies that keeps you on your ears and toes. Have a pint and relax.

Saturday, February 20th
Antique Naked Soul (r&b/hip-hop/beat-box)
Goose-music presents: Antique Naked Soul. We are so happy to have this wonderful group back. Pure and crucial hip-hop with dope harmonies and the best beatboxer you've ever heard. Loops and surprises meet such fun entertaining talent, you can't miss this exclusive Sacramento performance in your favorite pub!

Friday, February 26th
Bellygunner (stealth rock), Be Brave Bold Robot (indie/hugs) and Yours Truly, Michele (Americana/folk-rock)
Do you know that feeling when you're around a real Haakenson? One that's got all of it's intellectual num nums, and can send you on a lyrical odyssey and a musical safari of which you have never been before? What if you were surrounded by bricks and beer? Well, you gotta try it. Yours Truly Michele is incredible too and has nice attributes as well. Call me. Just get over here and hold my hand. Oh, and now Bellygunner is on the bill and they are fantastic. Gabe Nelson leads the band with his intricate song sculptures. Saturday, February 27th
Blame The Bishop, Anton Barbeau, and The Bobbleheads
Blame The Bishop features the juicy dueling guitar work and soaring vocal harmonies of Warren Bishop and Todd Webber, and they have a heavy Elvis Costello influence. Anton Barbeau is definitely a magical musical Sacramentian and has just released his 20-somethingth album. I once ran into him at the Avesbury monoliths in southern England and I was almost too mesmerised to say hi. He is a ridiculous talent and an incredibly sweet man. The Bobbleheads are from the bay and play fun and manly power pop that will get you all loosey-goosey and emotional then slap you up side the head with riffs of man-ipulation. Be here and be square. And bricks. Beer. Stilton cheese please.

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