Project Blue Book, Coyote Trickster

Project Blue Book

Coyote Trickster

Sun, September 2, 2012

9:00 pm

$10 Advance/$12 at the Door

Off Sale

This event is 21 and over

Project Blue Book
Project Blue Book
Project Blue Book is a psychedelic funk/jam band that induces a traveling dance party at every venue it plays. With members from America, Europe, and Africa, PBB continues to spread is unique music throughout the land. Their sound has been termed, “A grilled strip of funk sautéed in face-breaking rock, served with a choice of psychedelic jam or experimental fusion.”

Their latest album, “Cheetah Speed”, was produced by Alan Evans (Soulive, Alan Evans Trio). Taking its name from a Jurassic Park quote, “Cheetah Speed” serves as the best qualifier for Project Blue Book (That is, a trip backstage will yield more discussions about Super Smash Bros. than groupies). A new album is in the works that chronicles the life story of Miles Bennett Dyson (Terminator 2). Those with a keen eye toward 90s pop culture are sure to find many such gems after taking a closer look at Project Blue Book.
Coyote Trickster
Coyote Trickster
Coyote Trickster formed in the South Bay in the fall of 2010. It started as a cluster of college friends who assembled for long-winded improvisational sessions into weird hours of the night. After a year of performance in bars and house parties, the band retreated to an old garage in Santa Clara, CA to trim their constantly evolving tunes into a style suitable for an EP.

For the band's first release, COY, the group teamed up with Oakland psychedelic pioneer, Greg Ashley, at the Creamery Studios. The group recorded on all analog equipment in a cloud of cigarette smoke and red wine.

Coyote Trickster explores its influences - New Orleans Funk, Delta Blues, Soul - and brings those genres back to the stage through their own psychedelic lens.
Venue Information:
Hotel Utah
500 4th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94107