Thu, March 21, 2019, 8:30 pm
The Sam Chase is a songwriter and bandleader from San Francisco, California. His band, The Sam Chase & The Untraditional, blends rock n roll and folk music while maintaining the sensibilities and attitudes from growing up on a healthy diet of punk rock. Sam is a natural storyteller, treating crowds to evenings of hilarious tales, drinking songs, and soul-baring ballads.
Alta California, the new bilingual album by The Soft White Sixties, finds the Los Angeles 5-piece expanding upon their contemporary concoction of rock ‘n’ roll and soul while also exploring some of their most relevant lyrical content to date (in both English and Spanish). Packed with deep, thunderous grooves from the rhythm section of Joey Bustos and Ryan Noble, squealing fuzz guitars and roaring analog synths courtesy of multi-instrumentalists Aaron Eisenberg and Rob Fidel, and the signature soulful rasp of lead vocalist Octavio Genera, Alta California is an honest snapshot of a modern rock band in their prime.
McNear’s Mystic Theatre is located in historic downtown Petaluma, California and is described by many as the North Bay’s Premier Music Venue. Built in 1911, The Mystic Theatre originally was host to live Vaudeville entertainment and in 1992 was renovated to accommodate live music performances for up to 550 guests. There is a full bar and restaurant access making McNear’s Mystic Theatre first choice for a great night out.
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Mystic Theatre & Music Hall
23 Petaluma Blvd N