Saturday, April 22, 2017

May I have some more fish & chips, please? 2017! F and G!

I love food

I love music

I love Fox & Goose!

Don't forget about us as our town seemingly explodes with new places. We're still the fun and quirky pub you've always loved, and you can continue to enjoy great music and food until the end of the world! And the beer is tremendous!

Friday, May 5
Jason McAlister and Adam Block
Can I get a what what?!?!?! Guitars are a man's sword and he must slay you with it or suffer eternal fire and sorrow. No one is safe, especially from these two git-wizards. Don't be a fool... you have to stand here and get slayed.

Saturday, May 6
The Silent Game and Alex Walker

The Silent Game has been compared to Radiohead, Placebo, Deftones and Elliott Smith and may leave you feeling like you've been pummeled by a 1990's wall-of-sound... with all the latest software upgrades. Alex's reverbnation page has him compared to Elliott Smith, Keane,Pedro The Lion, Toad the Wet Sprocket, and Gotye. I'm going to this for sure!

Friday, May 12 
South Fork and Que Bossa

It's the best local bossanova group around, Que Bossa! And introducing, Southfork. They've been compared to The Black Keys, The Black Crows, Kings of Leon, and Jack White Let's party!

Saturday, May 13
Fem Dom Com (Female Dominated Comedy)
This will be spectacular! Hosts Jaime Fernandez and Emma Haney have put together another hilarious night of female comedians for you at the pub. 

Friday, May 19
Na'an Stop and Honey B and the Cultivation
Reggae and all it's forms has been kind of a tradition at the Goose since at least the third wave days of Filibuster. Colorado band, Na'an Stop's reggae/rock foundation is fused with funk, ska, and hip hop with harmonious brass pieces, heavy drum beats, and wicked guitar play. Honey B has been flipping the table with her empowering funky reggae. She brings the ultra-positive vibes with her lioness anthems and Jamaican patois roots.
Saturday, May 20 
Be Brave Bold Robot, Temple K. Kirk, Hammerhead (Portland), and Poor Scene

Dean? Buddy? You have to be kidding. Our conversations are very kind and supportive as we walk through the park. You are a brother to me and many. As you poetically cuddle everyone with love and respect, we the people that get to know you are inspired to do the same. You should probably consider registering as a religion for the tax breaks... Temple K is a lovely and an equally kind artist and activist. Hammerhead is folk from P-landia. Poor Scene has yet to reveal itself. Let's reveal ourselves at Fox & Goose regularly! Hugz all around while you listen to my sound.

Friday, May 26
Deacon Free, Jessica Malone, and Dylan Crawford
Deacon Free are folk-soul guys that make you feel all tingly inside. Jessica Malone is an indie folk troubairitz with her nice-guy bandmates making shapes. Dylan is a jazz-reggae sweetheart all singin' atcha. Can't go wrong here.

Saturday, May 27
The Triple 7's
Cory and his Triple 7's are described as alternative garage blues. Don't be a snoozer. Join us.

Friday, March 24, 2017

April 2017 Goose Music

Saturday, April 1st
Spacewalker, Katmonkeys, Dolores 5000

Join us for a spectacular night of music! Spacewalker is the proclaimed kid sister of rock & roll and the queen of interstellar beats.  The Katmonkeys are a surreal, gender vague, sex positive, kink friendly, band of fashion tragedies. Dolores 5000 is a dream rock guitar-virtuoso.

Friday, April 7th
Kevin & Allyson Seconds, Dino the Girl, and Mason Hoffman

Kevin and Allyson Seconds are back with another songwriter's in the round session. This time it's with Dino the Girl and Mason Hoffman

Saturday, April 8th
FEM DOM COM - Female Dominated Comedy

This will be spectacular! Hosts Jaime Fernandez and Emma Haney have put together another hilarious night of female comedians for you at the pub. 

Friday, April 14th
Que Bossa

Come spend a romantic spring evening with the best local bossanova group around, Que Bossa!

Saturday, April 15th
Toadmortons (acoustic) and Smoke Shovelers

Hey, this as a special acoustic Toadmortons show with a banjo and mandolin duo called Smoke Shovelers.

Friday, April 21st
Jingle Monks and Stephen Yerkey

Scotty McConaha's Jingle Monks are like three fine spring chickens jangling catchy lovey songs perfect for your favorite sweetheart. Stephen Yerkey plays quirky Americana-pop.

Saturday, April 22nd
Jumbuck Mob and Side Wheeler String Band

Jumbuck Mob do Australian music inspired by and in remembrance of the ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps). Side Wheeler String Band play Traditional Folk and Bluegrass.

Friday, April 28th
Would-be Train Robbers and Mike Mullen's Trio of One

Would-be Train Robbers play in your face rock & roll and Mike Mullen is a multi-faceted solo show, combining blistering Celtic folk with an underlying rock energy.

Saturday, April 29th
Joshua David's Album Release featuring James Cavern

A very special intimate night with Joshua David and James Cavern. This is Josh's album release party and everybody knows who James Cavern is. Indie-soul, neo-soul, nice guys.

Sunday, February 26, 2017


Friday, March 3rd
The Bottom Feeders and Sly Park

Check us out! Sly Park opens the show with their rock & roll and bluesy organ filled soul. Stick around for The Bottom Feeders with dirty garage sounds and indie rock of the Strokesy variety. Wonderful local live music at your Fox & Goose Public House. Please enjoy a beer.

Saturday, March 4th
Garble and Hatchet Job

My friends and I agree... Hatchet Job is in your face garage rock and punk. The Stooges and The Bad Seeds come to mind when these lads get the bricks shaking. Sounding like all the best post-punk bands from Fugazi to Sonic Youth to Wire, Garble will leave you speechless. This is a Sacramento punk show featuring people who have made music here for decades and will continue to bring art, music and crucial and important messages to our community. Join us and support compassionate and creative local punk rock!

Friday, March 10th
Kyle Tuttle

With influences from Van Morrison to George Harrison, Kyle Tuttle plays positive bluesy acoustic music. Tonight he's bringing his full band. Join us for some bluesy rock and roll.

Saturday, March 11th
Kevin & Allyson Seconds, Natalie Cortez, and Joe Kojima Gray

Hey, stop in and stay and listen to the wondrous harmonies from Kevin and Allyson Seconds. This time around they've brought songwriters Natalie Cortez (Ultraviolets) and Joe Kojima "Koj" Gray (50-Watt Heavy and Loose Engines). Expect kind and especially talented performances from these cool Sacramento songwriters!

Friday, March 17th
St. Patrick’s Day with The Pikeys and Tartan & Tweed

Alrighty, mate... it's time for all you Saint Paddy's peoples to lose your goose at our annual St. Patrick's Day. It's a day to begin transforming winter's dreams into summer's magic. Sweet clovery guys are on one over here. Come early at 4pm, or later if you like, and indulge in the festivities including shamrocky music from Tartan and Tweed, our special bagpipes performance, a green singalong, and the raucous and exhilarating rock & roll of The Pikeys. Get yourself swaying with music by The Pogues, Dropkick Murphys, and don't forget our corned beef and cabbage.

Saturday, March 18th
Fem Dom Com (Female Dominated Comedy)

Hey, it's another installment of FEM DOM COM (Female Dominated Comedy) hosted by the fascinating and tremendous Emma Haney and the ridiculous and sophisticated Jaime Fernandez. It's absolutely hilarious and dominated by incredible women. Support your women, cause they’re why you’re here. Right? Am I right? You wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for them!

Friday, March 24th

Catchakoala, plays an exciting fusion of soul, funk, jazz and spoken word. Covering a wide range of styles may be a difficult task for most bands, but when teamed up with ZFG emcee and educator Paul Willis, Catchakoala elevates its live performance with introspective lyricism and classic hip-hop elements.

Saturday, March 25th
The Gold Souls and Stoneberry

Get out and about! It's the Goose debut of The Gold Souls with their original jazzy blues that will give you all the feels. Check out acoustic rock & roll from the always entertaining Stoneberry. Maybe have a ollalieberry scone with Devonshire cream. They're hecka good.

Friday, March 31st
The Brangs and Lucky Laskowski & the Liars Choir

Let's be realistic... The Brangs are pure rock & roll and should be enjoyed at a fantastic pub made of bricks and wood. They'll show you how to enjoy yourself and satisfy your longing. Lucky is a man of wisdom and miraculous songy talents. Bring your relatives and make them drink Scotch or come alone and eat Welsh Rarebit. Either way don't miss these guys.