The Back Room Lineup
Fri., Apr. 21 – 8pm The Stadler-Gibbons Band. They are well-known in California country and folk circles, and have been here before. If classic country had ever fully embraced its bluegrass cousin, the result might sound like this. Tickets are $20, show starts at 8pm, doors open at 7:30pm.
Sat., Apr. 22 – 8pm An Earth Day Bluegrass Concert with Windy Hill and The Town Howlers. These two young bands stick very close to the traditional Appalachian sound of classic bluegrass, and are donating their entire take to the March for Science – scientists campaigning for truth and evidence-based environmental policies. Tickets are $15 advance/$15-$20 sliding scale at the door, show starts at 8pm, doors open at 7:30pm.
Sun., Apr. 23 -5pm, the Dynamic Miss Faye Carol continues her weekly residency, creating, along with her pianist Joe Warner, the best jazz and blues duo you are likely to see. Warning: we don’t know how much longer this residency will continue, so if you’re planning to come – and you should – don’t put it off! Tickets are $20, show starts at 5pm, doors open at 4:30pm.
Located at 1984 Bonita St. in Berkeley, the Back Room is an all-ages, BYOB (for those 21+) space, with comfortable seating and a dedicated focus on acoustic music of all kinds. You are welcome to bring your own adult beverage and they accept cash only at the door.
Submit your event to [email protected] (Wed. is the deadline for This Weekend inclusion)
© Copyright SF on the Bay 2017. Unauthorized use of content or parts of content is prohibited without a written permission by the author. Excerpts may be used, however, only with a clear credit to the source as follows: Author attribution: SF on the Bay; Link to original article.