One Last Scary Show

One Last Scary Show

Talk of Shamans, Sheepeaters, The Serfs, Ari Tibi, Quinn, Jason Richard (of Scary Girls), Brother Pacific, Black Cobra Vipers, Cool Ghouls

Tue, November 27, 2012

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

Brick & Mortar Music Hall

San Francisco, CA

This is a Free Show!

This event is 18 and over

Donations will be accepted at the door.

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One Last Scary Show
A show in honor and in memory of our girl Sammi Kane Kraft, to celebrate the music she gave us and loved to perform. All bands she played with from San Francisco will be together for a show of original sets followed by a Scary Girls cover. Let's have One Last Scary Show.
Talk of Shamans
Talk of Shamans
We met inside a trance. It's like we all became one consciousness, and within this current incarnation of ourselves, we formed an everlasting musical bond that has lasted and grown, and continues to grow within ourselves and each others, selves, we bring love and form it into, musical, notes, and, we love earth, water, mountain, and...........
Sheepeaters
Sheepeaters
Sheepeaters is a juvenile rock band formed in San Francisco. Flaunting a range of styles from pop, surf, and funk to hip hop, punk, and noise, these fresh outta the mangers' will surely get your sandals flopping.
The Serfs
The Serfs
Celtic Punk from Cincinnati Ohio. Our first album is out. Two years to make a punk cd is far too long but it kicks ass. Well The Serfs are a 7 piece band consisting of Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Mandolin, Tin Whistle, Accordion, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonica, and Drums. Who are combining our influences of Punk Rock and Irish Traditional. We have had millions of members who have came and gone and with each change up we get better, and as of right now this is the line up that is set.
Brother Pacific
Brother Pacific
Brother Pacific originated from a six-piece group known as Bonnie Doom. We did some spring cleaning and started writing new songs. We do this for you, so enjoy it.
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.
Cool Ghouls
Cool Ghouls
Heavily influenced by pop, psych, surf, and folk-rock of the sixties, Cool Ghouls sound a lot like what I imagine the Byrds would sound like if they always cranked it to 11. They write catchy melodies, but their tight harmonies sung at the top of their lungs are highlights for me. Throw in a little lo-fi production, and you have some material that is meant to be played loud with a smile on your face.

-Russell Jelinek, The Bay Bridged
Venue Information:
Brick & Mortar Music Hall
1710 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA, 94103
http://www.brickandmortarmusic.com/