Hugh's Beaumont, The Rabbles, Shelley Segal

Hugh's Beaumont

The Rabbles

Shelley Segal

Wed, June 15, 2016

8:00 pm

This event is 21 and over

Hugh's Beaumont
Hugh's Beaumont
Hugh's Beaumont is a San Francisco singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.

He is the second, musical self of J. Krupp (AKA Renny Bloom, Okay Face). His dismal, emotional baritone paints a musical landscape that reveals both a dark, yearning romantic and a detached cynic of the modern world. The craft of his compositions, coupled with his smooth and unmistakable voice, mesmerizes. He is currently working on his debut EP "The Gypsy Upstairs". All of his recordings can be downloaded for free via SoundCloud.
The Rabbles
The Rabbles
The Rabbles are a psychedelic rock band from San Francisco founded in 2003. It’s members include J.Lee and Marina Lazzara on guitar and vocals, Dave Mairs on drums and backing vocals, Jamie Kimmel on bass, lead and backing vocals and Michael Chulada on organ/keyboards. They play a pastiche of styles influenced by 60′s psychedelia, 70′s and 80′s underground post-punk and various art and noise rock.

The band has recorded 4 albums, Rabble Music (2004), Rabble Rabble (2008), Dabble (2010) and a brand new lp yet to be titled which will be released in the summer of 2012. Each album is self recorded and is a unique collection of curios spanning lush pop to abrasive dissonance.

The members of The Rabbles have been a part of San Francisco’s music scene for the past two decades. Past bands have included Static Faction, Blue Gum Art, Shmoogie, Ghost Echoes, and The Love X Nowhere.
Shelley Segal
Shelley Segal
Aussie singer/songwriter Shelley Segal continues her "Background Noises" US Club Tour with a 2nd performance at The Hotel Utah.

Segal's latest EP 'Strange Feeling' is a triumph for this spirited singer/songwriter. The EP includes heartbreak single, 'Background Noises' and body positivity anthem, 'Sidelined' -a current finalist in this years Unsigned Only competition. The EP follows her previous release 'An Easy Escape' which saw single 'Morocco' make a splash with coverage in the Australian National Press and the Moroccan World News. It is played daily on Moroccan television.

Segal grew up in a musical household. She began singing at the age of three, then writing and performing at eleven. Joining her father’s Jewish wedding band early on provided her with an ease and enjoyment performing and writing across a broad range of styles including pop, folk, jazz, blues, rock and reggae. Intimate, story-telling and biographical lyrics are what unifies Segal’s song-writing across genres.  Her influences include strong story tellers such as Alanis Morisette and Ani Difranco as well as stunning voices like Jewel and the virtuosic Katie Noonan.
Venue Information:
Hotel Utah
500 4th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94107
http://www.hotelutah.com/