Wednesday, May 25, 2016

June choose Goose-juice!

Friday, June 3rd
Kevin & Allyson Seconds, Danny Secretion, and Mark Harrod
June choose Goose-juice. Kevin & Allyson are the king and queen of Sacramento Americana-pop, Danny is a super kind and creative diplomat of Sacramento music and a wicked songwriter and musician, and Mark Harrod is the songy wizard from Sacto's Popgun and The Love Doctors. Bring your friends and listen to this music! Wear something nice and smile at them. And have something to drink! Maybe it will loosen you up a little bit and you'll stop being so depressed. Have a pasty.

Saturday, June 4th
Nice Monster and Que Bossa
Oh Nice Monster... you are so scary but gentle. I feel nervous around you and vulnerable, but you're always so kind. Hold me. Que Bossa is like a lovely walk through a meadow in the spring. Bossa is a genre of Brazilian music made popular in the 50's and 60's. Astrud Gilberto is the queen of bossa music and Que Bossa brings this sweet and romantic sound. Have a martini.

Friday, June 10th
The Met Music Dept. Benefit with The Pat Reilly Trio
Hey, it's time for another Met Music Dept. Benefit. Opening the evening a bit earlier at 8:30pm is Pat Reilly and Frank French, 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.

Saturday, June 11th
Merdog (E.P. Release), Rich Corporation, and Blue Oaks
Merdog has a new E.P., and if you like lush guitars and artful indie pop with clear and melodic female vocals then you'll want to get a copy at their release party. Rich Corporation does big Arctic Monkeysee and Strokesee type indie rock and do it well. Blue Oaks is This night of Sacramento music is not to be missed. Blue Oaks does bluesy indie soul with dark and loud reverbs and beats. Truly amazing! Be here!

Friday, June 17th
The Working Man Blues Band, The Bottom Feeders, and Albert Carranza

Michael Ware of the Working Man's Blues Band sings and plays the blues. The Bottom Feeders do indie pop and like The Smiths, The Strokes, and Talking Heads. Albert Carranza is the singer from Popesmashers and Armed Forces Radio and he's influenced by Joe Strummer and Bruce Springsteen. Great local music at your favorite pub!

Saturday, June 18th
Banjo Bones and Pine Street Ramblers
Banjo Bones is an Americana songwriter named Pepe.  He's a "Whiskey infused philosopher, frustrated poet and wannabe cowboy, Banjo Bones sings themes of 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!

Friday, June 24th
Gillian Underwood & the Lonesome Doves and Jenn Rogar
Gillian is a wonderful songwriter and longtime Goose performer. Jenn is a lovely singer/songwriter specializing in folky protest songs.

Saturday, June 25th
Rich Corporation and Empty Wagon
Hey, look! Rich Corporation does big Arctic Monkeysee and Strokesee type indie rock and do it well. Empty Wagon has Rich Driver and Fred Nelson and Phil Bran and Steven Storey. These guys are nice guys. Pop/rock guys. Join us.

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