Grahame Lesh

Grahame Lesh

Walking Spanish, Black Cobra Vipers

Sat, November 10, 2012

Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 9:30 pm

Brick & Mortar Music Hall

San Francisco, CA

$7.00 - $10.00

This event is 18 and over

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Grahame Lesh
Grahame Lesh
Blending folk, country, and soul with good old rock n roll, Grahame and his friends bring to you a live show that invites you to get down and dance along. Grahame (recently of San Francisco’s "Maiden Lane") has recently been performing with Phil Lesh’s band(s) at Terrapin Crossroads, Gathering Of The Vibes, Levon Helm's Rambles, and more, but he is now bringing his songs to the stage. With Eric Saar on drums, Connor O'Sullivan on bass, and Elliott Peck on guitar and keys, this is a band that invites you to dance, sing along, and enjoy the ride.
Walking Spanish
Walking Spanish
Walking Spanish is an original indie rock band with deep vintage vibes and a captivating modern edge. The band's lush and virtuosic instrumentation combine with poignant and poetic verse to bring an unseen world of dreams to the listener's ears. Acclaimed singer-songwriter Alexander Nelson brings his enchanting songs to life on vocals and guitar with Tim Picchi on bass, Patrick Picchi on drums and Tom Gunterman on violin.
Black Cobra Vipers
Black Cobra Vipers
Bassist Julian Borrego and guitarist Gregory DiMartino grew up in the same town of Sherman Oaks in Los Angeles and would often watch each other from afar. Later in life, they saw each other in the dorms at SF State where Gregory then had courage enough to approach the elusive Spaniard. They would play acoustic guitars in peculiar meadows around campus under moonlight. One time passing by a window, a woman shouted "Y’all sound real cool!" Said woman turned out to be a man; future drummer Rob Mills. Rob and Julian, being music majors, would jazz out all day, developing a cool pocket. All the vibes were put into a metaphorically clay jar and each of them drank from it and grew a little taller inside. Julian bought a two-headed snake from Gregory’s dad which inspired the band name. Drummer Rob cuts his own hair and violently eats. Based in San Francisco, Black Cobra Vipers play Passion-Rock-Art music for willing humans of all types, because it would be impolite not to.
Venue Information:
Brick & Mortar Music Hall
1710 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA, 94103
http://www.brickandmortarmusic.com/