Tuesday, February 23, 2016

That was fast! St. Pat's! No one's talking about Star Wars anymore. Yogoman!!!!!! Allergies

We're staying positive and present in the 2016 at Fox & Goose! It's really such an amazing place to be. Fox & Goose would like to say a huge thank you to the Sacramento music community for continuing to play, going to gigs, and for supporting us as a place that we can all enjoy for intimate live local music. 

Friday, March 4th
Kevin Seconds with Allyson Seconds, Anton Barbeau, and Will Comstock
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 have his monthly first Fridays residency at Fox & Goose! Oh yeah, I almost forgot, Anton Barbeau and Will Comstock are playing too. Anton is a dude who lives in Berlin and has made over 20 albums"Like a centipede in a candy jar..." and Will is the frontman, amaze-nards songwriter for The Inversions and The Stummies! Don't miss this night of guitary songy guys!

Saturday, March 5th
Yogoman with Hans & The Hot Mess, and Sacto Soul Rebels
Wrapping up their Caravan To Mardi Gras Tour 2016 at Fox & Goose, Yogoman is back with his latest installment of huge soul meets New Orleans Brass with Jamaican riddims kind of music. Basically imagine Sam Cook backed up by The Maytals and The Rebirth Brass Band. It's a super positive dance party to original songs that sound so familiar and good you will loose it. Jordan Rain/Yogoman is the singer, drummer, leader and songwriter that carries on with his 10+ year run as one of America's best hidden musical treasures. Don't miss this great show with local support from Hans & The Hot Mess (funky soul with the Joy & Madness horns) and Sacto Soul Rebels (ska/reggae).

Friday, March 11th
Banjo Bones and Pine Street Ramblers
Banjo Bones is a whiskey infused philosopher, frustrated poet and wannabe cowboy and sings about the present in a voice of the past. The Pine Streets say this, "Good time acoustic roots & grass from the Sierra Foothills with an edge...shades of Townes van Zandt & Gram Parsons." I like all that and you should also. Lots of bricks too!

Saturday, March 12th
The Met Music Dept. Benefit with Pat Reilly Trio and Spangler
Hey, it's time for another Met Music Dept. Benefit. This local Americana rock band Spangler will bring the Tom Petty/Eagles influenced folky rock harmonies to your ear orifices. Opening the evening a bit earlier at 8:30pm Is Pat Reilly featuring one of The Met's music students on guitars and vocals too. Give a little back to the kids so we can keep this music dream alive.

Thursday, March 17th
St. Patrick's Day Celebration with The Pikeys and Bobby & The Kennedys
You know how this works, right. May you have a song in your heart, a smile on your lips, and nothing but joy at your fingertips! The Pikeys are like Tom Waits in the Pogues with The Dropkick Murphys' rhythm section and they start at 8:30. Bobby does rocked up Irish drinking songs that will get you jigging at 5:30. We also have our singalong around 6 or so, all the corned beef and cabbage you can use to help support your Guinness and Jamesons. Drink Responsibly and get a ride. 

Friday, March 18th
Black Knight Satellite, Teo, Beane, & Crow, and Jacobb Alexander
Black Knight Satellite plays space rock with ripping guitars, driving bass, and big beats. Their acoustic sister band Teo, Beane, and Crow does folky country that will help you drink and have fun. Jacobb Alexander opens the night with his romantic acoustic crooning. Bangers & Mash! 

Saturday, March 19th
Massive Delicious, Honey B., and Sacto Soul Rebels
Honey B is back to save the world! She is a super positive force for crucial reggae music and we are so happy to have her back. Massive D is brill folk reggae this time with the full band. SSR is here again and bringing the positive vibes, love songs, and rocking steady. Don't miss a full night of reggae.

Friday, March 25th
The Stoneberries and Stillwood Sages
Stoneberries play acoustic rock. They keep you in the rock pocket. We have pastys that are basically British hot pockets. Stillwood Sages is Rosevillian alt rock and blues. Coming at ya like a shepherd's pie. Join us.

Saturday, March 26
The Brangs, Schwamigos, and Bob Easton Waller
Hey, Pete Barker is The Brangs and it looks like he's got Kevin Coughlin on drums. It's whiskey rock & roll songs with tubey guitary growl. Schwamigos is Hunter Merritt's bluesy folk group, and look, it's Kevin Coughlin on drums here too. Kevin is a kick arse drummer. Bobby Waller opens the night with his Irishicana chunes. Bob's a cuddly bloke and his music is always a Goose favorite. 

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