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Fleeting Trance, Shark Alley Hobos, Stymie & PJLo, Jessie Bridges$8 - $10
Friday, November 10
Doors 8PM | Show 9PM
Shark Alley Hobos
Stymie & PJLo
Fleeting Trance 11:30pm
The creation of bay-area songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist, Manasseh (Ma’NASA) Bernal, Fleeting Trance is a project defying classification, category, and genre. It is instead a musical collage of approaches, influences, and instrumentation varying from song to song. “I like to think we have multiple styles without blending them all into one song,” says Bernal. “I don’t think we are a one-trick-pony. The longer people listen, the more they will understand what connects us to the various musical forms and styles that we are putting out there. I want to put opposites together because life is such a horrible contradiction.” Fitting, as the name Fleeting Trance reflects the juxtaposition of various concepts. “This project is my goal to marry music styles I love that aren’t supposed to be found together in the same room.”
Shark Alley Hobos 10:30pm
Singer, songwriter, guitarist, and San Francisco Bay Area treasure, Mikie Lee Prasad followed the stars and gathered a ragged band of his most trusted musicians who shared a love of the sea, sharks, pirates, New Orleans, and hobos. Out of this grog-infused meeting the Shark Alley Hobos were spawned. Drawing upon timeless ballads of the sea, modern day spirits-inspired sing-a-longs, and original songs of wanderlust and debauchery, the Shark Alley Hobos will have you shivering your timbers and raising a glass to good friends and good times. This group of ne’er do wells, with their passion, punctuality, and crowd-pleasing roguery, have led many an awestruck bartender to lament, “We’re gonna need a bigger bar.”
Stymie & PJLo 9:30pm
It ain’t easy being stankalicious. This is especially true if you are an independent entity. But the funk is proving to be more relevant in the 21st century than ever before. Case in point: the recent revival and revitalization of Stymie and the Pimp Jones Love Orchestra, a San Francisco-based, multi-piece outfit lead by singer/songwriter Sean “Stymie” Sharp.
Jessie Bridges 9pm
Jessie Bridges is an Indie/Folk Singer-songwriter from Santa Barbara, California. While her influences are more overtly apparent at times, it is clear that she is carving out a musical path of her very own. Lovers of Wilco, Rilo Kiley, Tom Petty, and The Beatles, are sure to find many reasons to love the music that Jessie is putting out into the world.
21+ | wheelchair accessible