D. Henry Fenton & The Elizabethans, Son Ravello, The Rough &  Tumble

D. Henry Fenton & The Elizabethans

Son Ravello

The Rough & Tumble

Sun, November 19, 2017

8:00 pm

This event is 21 and over

D. Henry Fenton & The Elizabethans
D. Henry Fenton & The Elizabethans
D Henry Fenton has opened for acts including John Mayer, Kasey Chambers, Colbie Caillat, Lissie and Morphine. His music blends americana, folk, pop, and indie-rock, bringing to mind bands like Wilco, Neil Young, Crowded House and Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers.

He performs regularly in Southern California, either solo or with his band affectionately known as The Elizabethans, with Bass Player Mary Beth Kedzior and Dave Krusen who was Pearl Jam's original drummer (Ten).

The title of the new album released 2017 is “Twice I Fell Down Once”.

"a vocal cross between Tom Petty and Roy Orbison, Fenton's tasty guitar would sit well on recordings by either Wilbury" Rhythms Magazine 2017
Son Ravello
Son Ravello
Son Ravello is an Ashland, Oregon based indie folk pop trio with singer/songwriter Mysha Caruso, vocalist Manda Bryn Severin and keyboards / piano by Jason O’Neill-Butler. Caruso is a musician at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival who has performed in The Yeomen Of The Guard (2016), The Cocoanuts ( 2014) and The Taming of The Shrew ( 2013). Caruso was the leader of the popular Oregon based band Kites & Crows and currently performs with the musical education band The Meriwethers. Caruso is the director of Magnetic West Music a boutique music company that licenses music to film, tv and media. The Son Ravello song Destination was featured on NBC’s The Night Shift. Caruso writes a blog called #thesoundofemotion that focuses on the convergence of music and media.
The Rough & Tumble
The Rough &  Tumble
The Rough & Tumble is a multi-instrumental folk-americana duo consisting of Mallory Graham and Scott Tyler. While they consider their beloved PO Box location to be Nashville, the couple has been living on the road with their two dogs for two of their five touring years. The Rough & Tumble delivers each performance with the nudge of an elbow, a wink from the right eye, and the sincerity of Pinocchio after his rehabilitation. Their 2016 release, Pieces and Pieces, was written for the dually named Alyssa Pearson film, and delved into themes of women, war, and PTSD. Their February 2017 release, Cardboard and Christmas Lights (Rock Candy Recordings), is a 7 song EP that brings any R&T fan-- new or long time devout-- up to date with an uncomfortable smile on their somber face.

If they aren’t in your local coffeeshop the morning of their gig in town, The Rough & Tumble can be found on the internet at www.theroughandtumble.com, as well as iTunes, Spotify, Facebook, Twiitter, Instagram, Youtube, and a few places they wish you wouldn’t look, too.
Venue Information:
Hotel Utah
500 4th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94107
http://www.hotelutah.com/