Hailed as the ‘best up-and-coming Americana band in the Sacramento region’, the Sierra Nevada’s own Brotherly Mud is as if the 60’s and 70’s folk tradition continued into the modern day, taking influence from today’s songwriters while respecting yesterday’s honesty. With formally trained musicians from the Berklee College of Music and the Musician’s Institute, Brotherly Mud’s sound relies on both the human spirit and intellect to convey their message to those who listen. Lowbrow is a country/Americana trio with original material that is reminiscent of John Prine, Tim Obrien, Merle Haggard, and Hank Williams.
Wellsville is an eclectic mixture of blues, rock, country, funk, and jazz. Adrian Bourgeois is an award winning, critically acclaimed songwriter, singer, multi-instrumentalist and producer influenced by the classic pop sensibilities of the Beatles, Brian Wilson, and Neil Young. A Sacramento native now living in Los Angeles, Adrian has toured the country opening for artists such as John Mayer, Todd Rundgren, Richie Furay, Guster, and the Zac Brown Band, and his two albums topped several year end best of lists. Adrian is also a member of the singer/songwriter duo See How They Run who released “The Strength of Strings” last year.
SpaceWalker is a warrior priestess. Her super powers include (but are not limited to) being a multi-instrumentalist & one-woman-band, freestyle rapping, bringing the funk & fashion, and making the perfect omelette. The Knights of the Sound Table are a delicious blend of all the things you’re afraid to love but you cannot fight the truth deep in your heart. We are here to blow your mind holes and sweep you away in a mythical tale of galactic conquest and true love.
Join us and help support Gender Health Center’s NorCal AIDS Cycle fundraising effort with fabulous performers Killer Couture (industrial); JJ The Messiah (hip-hop), Alice Luna (comedy), Morgan Summers (spoken word), and Temple K. Kirk (queer propaganda) All profits after paying the sound and door people go to GHC’s Team Ladybug, riding in the 2019 NorCal AIDS Cycle to help raise money for local organizations to provide services to HIV+ community members, as well as prevention and education to the community at large. $10-$5 sliding scale, 21+