The Grizzled Mighty, The Resurrection Men, Adios Amigo

The Grizzled Mighty

The Resurrection Men

Adios Amigo

Sat, March 9, 2013

9:00 pm

$8 in Advance/$10 at the Door

Tickets Available at the Door

This event is 21 and over

The Grizzled Mighty
The Grizzled Mighty
The Grizzled Mighty was formed in the fiery belly of an active volcano. From the center of the Earth they erupted and were spewed forth like a flaming phoenix. Ryan rose from the ashes of destruction, guitar in hand, bringing the erotic riffs of Hades to the trembling surface. Whitney, ex- Deerhunter guitar player and agent of evil, descended swiftly as a rain of fire, striking the roiling bedrock like the Hammer of Thor. Together they create a force that rips the very fabric of spacetime. There is no escaping The Grizzled Mighty...
The Resurrection Men
The Resurrection Men
For the past three years, The Resurrection Men have performed across Northern California, putting on consistently fun, dynamic, and unusually sweaty shows. Recent shows include Bottom of the Hill, Cafe du Nord, and Rickshaw Stop in San Francisco and Harlow’s in Sacramento. Their sound can best be described as rock infused pop, with strong punk sensibilities. While they are often compared to bands such as The Killers, Kings of Leon, and The Who, they would be happiest to considered this generation’s Muppets.

The Resurrection Men are Lucky Calloway (vocals/guitar), Baron Calloway (guitar/vocals), Chester Calloway (bass), Chet Calloway (drums), and Von Clemons Calloway (keyboards/hugs).
Adios Amigo
Adios Amigo
Adios Amigo was founded in summer of 2011 by San Francisco native, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Johnny Major.

Current members include Johnny Major (guitar, lead vocals), Rahi Kumar (guitar, vocals), Claire Grinton (keys, vocals), Stephen Wills (drums), Alex Cohen (bass), and Catalina Atria (percussion, vocals).

Influences and parallels include Broken Social Scene, Built to Spill, Elliott Smith, Phoenix, The Strokes and The Shins.

The genre can be described as “indie-pop”
Venue Information:
Hotel Utah
500 4th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94107
http://www.hotelutah.com/