Sunset Republic, Decision Height, Pleasure Parade (closing set)

Sunset Republic

Decision Height

Pleasure Parade (closing set)

Fri, April 28, 2017

9:00 pm

This event is 21 and over

Sunset Republic
Sunset Republic
Sunset Republic is finally emerging from its self-imposed practice space exile. The group is dropping its debut album in the spring of 2017, produced by sound engineer Chris Haynes, who has previously worked on songs by Foo Fighters, Grandmaster Flash, and Norah Jones, amongst others. The album is a labor of love for Wakai, who has written the tracks for the past 10 years with Andy Chapman, the band’s longtime bassist, co-founder, and friend. Chapman is the yin to Wakai’s yang; the two couldn’t be more different in terms of both temperament and playing style. The duo have written songs in their South of Market Area (SOMA) studio, which Tracy calls his church, a sanctuary of self-confession where he bares his soul singing about being in and out of love as well as struggling to live in the great but changing city of San Francisco.
Decision Height
Decision Height
Decision Height is a rock & roll trio hailing from Oakland California. the band, composed of Jon Andrews (guitar, vocals), Brian Belardi (drums) and Joel Strait (bass) will perform songs from Jon's debut album, Talkstory, released in 2017. the band draws influence from a number of bands, to include Neil Young, Pearl Jam & Pink Floyd, as well as elements of 70's folk. They are more than pleased to be returning to the Utah, after playing an album release show in April of 2017!
Pleasure Parade (closing set)
"Bass player of San Francisco punk band VKTMS and lead vocalist/bass player of San Franciscos .Lucabrazzi get together to formPleasure Parade. Steve trades his bass for guitar and Roxy Roller from Lucabrazzi trades in his bass for the lead vocal role to create some tunes that are hard rockin' with punk influences. More to come!

Lead singer Roxy Roller moonlights as a freelance DJ for underground Goth and Rock and Events parties, he also puts on rock shows with ChromespiderPresents .. j Steve Ricablanca still plays bass with longtime San Francisco punk originals VKTMS. He edits video and does food photography. Donovan Plant use to be a private investigator for many years as a surveillance specialist but now writes his own acoustic guitar songs and plays bass with San Francisco band Girls With Guns when not playing with Pleasure Parade ... he also like to work Will Cisc is power drummer and out at the gym and party like it's 1999 The latest man to sit on the Pleasure throne ... his origins are unknown ...
Venue Information:
Hotel Utah
500 4th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94107
http://www.hotelutah.com/