Sea Dramas, Cazadero
500 4th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94107
This event is 21 and over
From a childhood spent raised on a farm in Snohomish WA;
Edmund Wayne emerges to share personal melodies, telling his
tales of life after just 26 years.
Hailing from the Palouse based band: Buffalo Death Beam,
Edmund Wayne is a solo project created by Curt Krause.
Using the names of his Grandfathers, he moves forward finding
comfort and familiarity in the relics of his past & the uncharted
future. Edmund Wayne has pushed his sound and lyricism to a
greater level of noted individuality. Integrating hooks and folk
roots with matters of the heart, human nature and the simple,
pure celebration of life.
Hitting the open road in his VW Van, Edmund Wayne not only
making loyal fans along the way; but honest and lasting
relationships. A credit to his character, he will leave you not
only craving a second soulful tune; but also another round of
brew & easy conversation with Edmund himself.
The music of Sea Dramas ranges from hazy folk with pensive melodies to 60’s-inspired, echo-laden pop that melds genres with swirling, dreamlike qualities.
Based in San Francisco, Sea Dramas began as a voyage in audio recording by Scott Pettersen (songwriting, vocals, guitar, banjo, etc). A rotating cast of musicians lent their talents to a substantial collection of demos and through this process a full fledged band has emerged — the potent ensemble of Ted Kamp (drums), Dwayne Anderson (electrical guitar), Marlaina Rae (vocals, keyboard), and John Mulhausen (bass).
Soft Wake, the band’s debut LP, was recorded September 2012 at Different Fur Studios in San Francisco, California with producer Patrick Brown and self-released in February 2013.
Cazadero dabbles in Western pop, mixing Nashville-tinged jubilee with abandoned beach balladry. Dusk for Dawn was under- conceived in a period of nine weeks at the onset of 2012 between rehearsals across from Ocean Beach and a pleasantly dank, carpeted room in North Oakland. Shortly thereafter, it was casually put to tape at Tiny Telephone by eight musicians over the course of four days.
Fri, May 24
Sat, May 25
Sun, May 26
Mon, May 27
Tue, May 28
Wed, May 29
Thu, May 30
Fri, May 31
Sat, June 1
Sun, June 2