Thursday, June 22, 2017

July guys, air conditioning, and water sports!

Saturday, July 1st
Sam Eliot and Charles Dale
Sam Eliot from Duke Chevalier and Charles Dale from Dog Rifle are spectacular local songwriters. Sam's stuff has a real slick Tom Petty feel and Charles' is garage pop like the Buzzcocks or the Jam. So let's put our hands together. Nutburgers!!!

Friday, July 7th
Kevin & Allyson Seconds, Bobby Jordan, and Will Comstock

Kevin and Allyson are here every first Friday with their indie pop harmonies and positive vibes with David Houston on the percussions. Bobby Jordan is an Americana/singer-songwriter who plays in the Mr. T Experience, Slattern V, Knockoffs, Red Star Memorial, Go National, and the Decibels. Will "Stum-stum" Comstock is a wonderful songwriter, fearless leader of the Stummies, and a true Goose-guy.

Saturday, July 8th
FEM DOM COM (Female Dominated Comedy) feat. Mary Van Note and Token Male, Mark Smalls

Get your shoot together and laugh yourself into a frenzy with Female Dominated Comedy hosted by Jaime Fernandez and Emma Haney, you cheeky bastard.

Friday, July 14th
B & the Hive and Arielle
B in the Hive (formerly Girls & Boys) play soulful indie pop with stunning female vocals and have opened for Elvis Costello, Allen Stone, Goo Goo Dolls, Lucinda Williams, Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers and more. Arielle is a guitar wizard who has been on the cover of Guitar Player Magazine and played with Brian May (Queen), opened for Greg Allman and her voice has been compared to Karen Carpenter and Eva Cassidy. Join us for a night of incredibly talented female singer-songwriters.

Saturday, July 15th
Avaleya & the Glitterhawks and Kally O'Mally & the 8-tracks

Avaleya plays lo-fi Indie Rock blended with elements of Dream Pop and has been captivating audiences with her emotional heartfelt voice. She was the bassist/vocalist for mid 90's Sacramento noise-pop band, Crash & Britany. Playing 2nd, Kally and her 8-Tracks are quirky pop with guitar wizardry from our extreme open mic purveyor.

Friday, July 21st
Triple 7's & Sly Park
The Triple 7's are Pixies influenced indie rock and we love them. Sly Park mixes up a random sampling of alternative, punk, Americana, and R&B in a blender and gives ya'll a unique concoction of original rock 'n roll music.

Saturday, July 22nd
Birthday Bonanza with Diva Kings & Loose Engines
The Diva Kings are righteous Americana/indie country! Celebrate their magnificent Diva Dan's birthday. Loose Engines are high energy honky tonk/indie country and it’s their incredibly hansome upright bass player’s b-day too. This can't be taken lightly. Join us.

Friday, July 28th
Old Cotton Dreary and Who & the What Now
It's Drew's birthday and Mike's back, so let's get the band back together. Welcome back OCD and their friends Who & the What Now. Rock & Roll!!

Saturday, July 29th
Catchakoala (featuring Empress Niko), Control Zealous, and Silk Animus
Catchakoala is like live hip-hop group, The Roots, and now features reggae singer Empress Nico. Zealous aka Bryan Herndon is a thinker, poet, musician, producer, activist who founded Speak LOUD Productions in Sacramento Ca. Silk Animus does alternative hip-hop and brings it. Fun stuff at your favorite old pub.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

June it is!

Friday, June 2nd
Kevin & Allyson Seconds, Nolan, and Julie Bruce
Goose people! So lucky to have such great musical friends in Sac and at Fox & Goose. Please enjoy them in this intimate setting. Kevin is a legendary punk/Americana songwriter, Allyson is an incredible musical talent, Nolan is back with his fun poppy tunes, and Julie is a force of nature and a dear friend for days and shoot. Meowzers. 

Saturday, June 3rd
Red Sky Sunrise, Jenn Rogar
Red Sky Sunrise is a female fronted rock & roll band with solid and genuine songs that will inspire you to rock! Jenn "is a rabblerouser, a folksinger, and a singer/songwriter in the tradition of Holly Near and Joan Baez" and she's also an all around wonderful person. Let's have some tea and scones with Devonshire cream and I'll tell you all about it.

Friday, June 9th
Que Bossa and Alex Walker

Cool bossa music goes great with booze. Stummies are indie Americana rock with a soft underbelly. Alex Walker does indie rock. He was big in the 90's and now he's all mine. 

Saturday, June 10th
Fem Dom Com

Friday, June 16th
Mr. Hooper, P Chill, Mike Colosal, The Great Peso 131, Poor Majesty, Max Bundles & No Name Cavalcade
Local hip hop artist/producer/label chief, Mr. P Chill is a positive force for our musical community. He's put together this incredible showcase of crucial rappers for us. Peso131 of the legendary old school NYC hip-hop group, Fearless Four, is headlining the show. His group's biggest hit was 1982's "Rockin' It" which was featured on cult classic graffiti movie "Style Wars" as well as some of his visual art. Peso is one of the original NYC subway graffiti artists. Beats by DJ Mike Colosal too! 

Saturday, June 17th
Rich Corporation, Silk Animus, and Kally O'Mally & the 8-Tracks

Rich Corporation play indie rock and do it like a well oiled corporate machine . Silk Animus does alternative hip-hop and brings it. Kally and her 8-Tracks are quirky pop with guitar wizardry from our extreme open mic purveyor.

Friday, June 23rd
Spacewalker, Catchakoala, and Control Z with Emcee Zealous
Spacewalker says, "James Brown is the godfather of soul. Michael Jackson is the King of pop. I AM THE KID SISTER OF ROCK N' ROLL AND THE QUEEN OF INTERSTELLAR BEATS. Spacewalkin' to a venue near you! :D" Catchakoala is like live hip-hop group, The Roots, and now features reggae singer Empress Nico. Zealous aka Bryan Herndon is a thinker, poet, musician, producer, activist who founded Speak LOUD Productions in Sacramento Ca. Fun stuff at your favorite old pub.

Saturday, June 24th
Sac Ladyfest presents: Mallard, OverState, and OddMoniker (with special guest Temple K. Kirk)

Alright, alright... It's Mallard and Temple K. Kirk from Katmonkeys. Let's be realistic! Mallard does quirky punk rock or quirnk rock. Temple is an experimental pop songstress who writes powerful songs of liberation with "trippy sideways musical grooves" as quoted from her recent News & Review write up. Tonight she performs with Odd Moniker and we're still learning about Overstate. Let's party!

Friday, June 30th
Working Man's Blues Band and The Gold Souls

It's a great time to swing by the Goose for bluesy soul from The Gold Souls and bluesy blues from Working Man's Blues Band. Try to make this a priority and stop looking at your phone for a second.

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, The Pacific, The Touch
Cory and his Triple 7's are described as alternative garage blues. Don't be a snoozer. Join us. The Pacific and The Touch are also performing and this live indie rock music needs to be experienced.