A Multi-artist Tribute to Lucinda Williams: Lady Legend of Roots, Rock, Blues & Country
Secret Town 11:50pm-12:30pm
Secret Town delivers their own brand of original Americana/Rock/Folk music. Starting with a well worn steel-stringed guitar, singer-songwriter Daniel Seidel and vocalist Leslie Bailey weave melody and harmony into songs of superheroes and small towns, wagon trains, beauty queens, whiskey bottles and long goodbyes. Lead guitarist John Harris builds his own amps to deliver signature guitar tones while bassist Russell Kiel and drummer Steve Pearson combine talents to drive the Secret Town Sound...
Kate Burkart 11:15pm-11:45pm
Originally from Boston, Kate found her way to the San Francisco Bay Area, and recorded/gigged/toured with Berkeley-based Famous Last Words, before forming her own band and releasing her original songs. Her songs find their roots in Americana, country, folk and singer-songwriter genres, with influences from such personal favorites as Lucinda Williams, Blaze Foley, Mary Gauthier, Townes Van Zandt. She released “Faith To Fall” in 2010. Her new EP, “Save Me a Seat” is in production (early 2014) and will be released soon!
A sixth-generation San Francisco native, award-winning singer-songwriter, essence has been immersed in art and music since childhood. "With nods to songwriting heroes and legends like Tom Petty, Lucinda Williams, Stevie Nicks, and Patty Griffin, as well as contemporaries like Adele, Beck, and Jack White, essence remains very much her own artist. …a singer, who, like Madonna, isn’t afraid to take musical chances.” – Michael Paoletta, Billboard Magazine
Deborah Crooks 10:05pm-10:30pm
Bay Area songwriter Deborah Crooks has released three CD's of critically noted original music drawing on folk, rock, Americana and the Blues, including 2013's "Little Bird," described by New Music Charts Magazine “as a masterful piece of work." Her songs have also been included on the RockerGirl Discoveries CD, placed on the PBS series RoadTrip Nation, and finalists in the Earth Day Marin Song Contest and the EcoArts Awards. In addition to her solo work, she frequently collaborates with other artists including coleading the band KCDC with Kwame Copeland
The Keller Sisters 9:30pm-9:55pm
Sheryl and Kerry grew up in San Francisco and started singing together at an early age. After many years playing rock and blues with the "Blue Tuesday " band in the San Francisco Bay area they are now back hitting the stage as "The Keller Sisters" performing original "American Folk Pop" music. Their first CD " Shine " was released in January 2013 and has been on the Americana Roots charts since it's debut; their 2nd CD "House of Cards" was released fall 2014.
Briget Boyle 9:00pm-9:20pm
Briget Boyle is a singer-songwriter, guitar player based in Oakland, CA. With training in fields as diverse as Balkan folk singing, African drum and dance, Swedish massage, and theatre tech, Briget is an engaging and complex performer who brings a lifetime of discovery and struggle to her music. Briget’s first solo album, The Parts Interior, is now available on cdbaby.com.
$8-$12 Sliding Scale
Music starts at 9 PM