The Cerny Brothers, Jules Larson

The Cerny Brothers

Jules Larson

Aaron Blyth

Wed, September 19, 2012

8:00 pm

$7.00

Off Sale

This event is 21 and over

The Cerny Brothers
The Cerny Brothers
Before moving to Los Angeles, Robert and Scott recorded their debut album, Dream, in Illinois with The Giving Tree Band backing the then duo. After releasing Dream in 2011, Robert and Scott kept writing incessantly in Los Angeles. In 2012, they picked up Cody transforming the duo into the drum-driven Americana rock band they are today. The release of The Cerny Brothers marks their first album as a full band since leaving Illinois. The boys spend most of their day under the gymnasium floor of the converted basement of their Los Angeles church hearing the pounding of basketballs. The underground studio is where the guys rehearse, write and bring their songs to life and, ultimately, to new fans all over California. They have played over 100 shows in the Los Angeles area from dive bars to the Hotel Café, the Mint, the Bootleg, the Echo and the Troubadour. They’ve been featured on Daytrotter.com, LA’s KXLU and are regulars on Static Beach Radio.
Jules Larson
Jules Larson
Indie artist and songwriter Jules Larson has come a long way since deciding to take the solo route in 2009. Let's Stay Young is Jules' first full-length album, which hit digital shelves on May 29. Larson's songs have been featured in ad campaigns, as well as TV shows such as PRETTY LITTLE LIARS, CASTLE, and GREY’S ANATOMY. Her light-hearted folk song “You Know It’s True" was recently on the soundtrack for the film THE LUCKY ONE along with Brandi Carlile and Joshua Rabin, which debuted as the #2 movie and soundtrack in the U.S.Jules is currently a featured artist at ABC.com, and has been described by Yahoo! as “the alternative girl with soul.” She has also released 2 EPs, Strangers (produced by Ethan Allen) in 2009, and A Lot Like You in 2010.
Aaron Blyth
Aaron Blyth
Raised on the beaches of Hawaii and in the Mountains of the Pacific Northwest, Aaron Blyth's music is as diverse as his background.

Pulling from strong influences of Folk, Rock, Blues and Funk, this singer/songwriter blends his favorite flavors into a uniquely energetic sound. The music has a positive message and energy that is both sonically simple yet lyrically deep.

After carving out a spot in the San Diego music scene with his backing band "The Men of Leisure", Aaron has since moved to San Francisco and is exposing a whole new crowd to his music. Having played a number of shows at such venues as Yoshi's San Francisco, El Rio, Bay Vibes Music Festival at Cafe Cocomo and Dolores Park Cafe, look for upcoming
Venue Information:
Hotel Utah
500 4th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94107
http://www.hotelutah.com/