Fri, May 31, 2019, 8:05 pm - 10:30 pm
WHO: NASHVILLE WEST featuring Kevin Russell & Some Dangerous Friends AND Crying Time
WHEN: May 31, 2019 —-9:00 – 12:30p
WHERE: Hopmonk Sebastopol, 230 Petaluma Ave., Sebastopol 95472
Kevin Russell & His Dangerous Friends
Rockabilly & hard core real deal country music, dipped in the blues.
Gram Parsons and Merle Haggard get into a car with Loretta Lynn and Ry Cooder, crank up the radio & country-rock it all the way home!
From tear jerkin’ country ballads that’ll touch your heart to two-steppin’ country boogie urging you to dance!
Joining the band for tonight’s show will be the legendary Bobby Black!
An alum of many of the coolest bands in the country & Americana world, including Asleep at the Wheel, Commander Cody, Bill Kirchen,
Merle Haggard, George Jones, New Riders of the Purple Sage. He even met the original Hank Williams and recorded with Tom Waits!
Steve Della Maggiora – keyboard, guitar, jokes
Markie Sanders – bass, vocals, impeccable timing
Rick Cutler – drums, fancy shirts, the human metronome
Kevin Russell – guitar, vocals, set list maker
Sean Allen – amazing guitar pyrotechnics
Maria Nguyen – rhythm guitar, vocals, authentic country girl
and with our occasional Dangerous Friend:
Bobby Black – steel guitar & infectious grin
Honkytonk revisionists out of Oakland, Crying Time plays straight-up country and western music, from Bob Wills to Glen Campbell with whistle stops in between. Their original songs sit pretty in the mix – they’re tunes you might have heard on your daddy’s stereo when you were little. Jill Rogers is a singer’s singer with a 1974 voice and a story to tell, and Myles Boisen is a hero of juke joint licks on the six string and lap steel guitars. Tony Marcus’s fiddle weaves heartbreakingly throughout, and Tim Rowe (drums) and Smilin’ Pete Garellick (bass) hold down the rhythm section with swing and grace. KALX radio says “Country singin’ from Oakland standouts. Real musicians, not just stompers. Jill Rogers is an amazing singer. Just plain beautiful.”
230 Petaluma Ave.