Jerry Hannan, Eric John Kaiser, Tony Wagner

Jerry Hannan

Eric John Kaiser

Tony Wagner

Sun, July 22, 2018

6:00 pm

$12.00

This event is 21 and over

Jerry Hannan
Jerry Hannan
Described as "shades of Dylan and John Prine ...very Americana with a faint Irish lilt", Hannan's songs (like those of Springsteen, Steve Earle and Cat Stevens) speak of our everyday lives and the magic that we sometimes miss. He's a storyteller, known for his thought provoking lyrics and exuberant performances. He has been called a Marin County treasure, often funny, sardonic in a good-natured way, highlighting issues like ecology, friendship, and love.

A distinguished songwriter and entertainer, Hannan recorded his own song, "Society" with Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder, which is featured in Sean Penn’s film Into the Wild. “I Thought I Was You”, written by Jerry and brother Sean Hannan also plays in Into the Wild.
Eric John Kaiser
Eric John Kaiser
Known as the French Troubadour, Parisian-born Eric John Kaiser, is a singer songwriter reimagining Americana through a French lens. Eric has released five full length albums recorded in Paris, Oregon and Quebec. His last opus “Made in Gaspésie” has charted #14 in the Billboard World Chart the week of it’s release. Eric has played at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC, the Blue Nile in New Orleans, the de Young museum in San Francisco and at the Solidays festival in Paris. He has shared the stage with Tété, The Stereophonics, The Lost Bayou Ramblers and Revolver. His songs resonate with a genuine Americana rhythm but with a French twist.
Tony Wagner
Tony got his start in Portland, OR singing songs of heartache and heartbreak. He is an independent artist, who does all recording and production in his home studio. He lives in Pleasant Hill, CA with his wife and young daughter.
Venue Information:
Hotel Utah
500 4th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94107
http://www.hotelutah.com/