Courtney Yasmineh, Iggy.c, Greg Hoy & The Boys

Courtney Yasmineh

Iggy.c

Greg Hoy & The Boys

Thu, October 5, 2017

7:00 pm

This event is 21 and over

Courtney Yasmineh
Courtney Yasmineh
Independent artist Courtney Yasmineh is touring this autumn on the strength of a successful funding campaign which has fostered a new seventh album. The first single has been on indie charts in Europe since April when she did 35 shows as a duo with her longtime collaborator, producer/drummer Rob Genadek.

The duo format is connecting with audiences for the stripped down flexibility that brings Courtney's passionate vocals and poetic lyrics to light. Courtney's own back story is uniquely inspiring, showcased now in her first novel, out this summer from Gibson House Press.
Courtney will have books, vinyl, bootleg recordings and more for signing at the show.
Iggy.c
Iggy.c
Born and raised in Moscow, Russia Iggy.c is a new artist to San Francisco! Playing mostly pop-rock Iggy is always experiment with every other genre, creating a mellow sound with soulful harmonies and bright leading voice. Come join us in amazing acoustic band show filled with new versions of your favorite top 40 plus an original music.
Greg Hoy & The Boys
Greg Hoy & The Boys
Time Out New York says 'Hoy's clear-eyed rock is fueled by straight-up melodicism.'

The Deli Magazine says 'It’s nice to be reminded that AC/DC and Black Flag essentially both started with dirtbags who like loud amps...fits nicely into the company of artists from the previous decade such as Urge Overkill and Guided by Voices who fashioned Arena rock for VFW Halls.'

Punk Planet says 'Fortified with 10 essential hooks that'll bounce through your head well after the disc's end.'

Pittsburgh Post Gazette says 'A power-pop explosion fueled by hooks you'll swear must grow on trees outside the singer's Brooklyn window.' (Masley)

International Cork says 'Muscular with brains, brainy with muscle, Greg Hoy writes the kind of left-of-the-dial rock that the repeat button on your cd player was designed for.'

The Big Takeover says 'Hoy has to be the best power-pop record I've ever heard recorded entirely by one person. Is he for real? You keep glancing at the sleeve notes, thinking the man must be joshing, taking credit for others' playing, because Hoy betrays no veneer or vestige of such a solitary, necessarily piece-meal installments project. What it sounds like is a rockin' quartet, with Hoy's full-throated singing leading the charge. This is power-pop with big guitar crunch, some real back-beat presence, and encircling guitars, bold melodies and no hint of boyish niceties or polite mannerism....Sign me up for the next gig, and see you in the front row.' (Jack Rabid)
Venue Information:
Hotel Utah
500 4th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94107
http://www.hotelutah.com/