Elephant Listening Project, Shallow Royale
1710 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA, 94103
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM
This event is 18 and over
From San Francisco, CA, the Pop Rock group Breakaway Patriot, consisting of Brad Tyner, Tyler Gomez, Rob Gillette, Mike Miller, and Dan Brown, blends an amazing taste of emotions and feelings that transcends the usual musical expectations. They will have you singing your heart out along with every song, every lyric with their catchy hooks and chorus lines...
After their song "Flying on the Water" was selected as the official theme song for the 2013 America's Cup in San Francisco, the band quickly gained notoriety in the music world. Breakaway Patriot has been called a "huge rock band on the rise" by several media outlets, and has gained high praise from several product brands and PR groups. After picking up support from media groups and industry contacts, Breakaway Patriot is quickly rising up the charts of the music scene
Elephant Listening Project
Elephant Listening Project is a new Rock/Alt band from the San Francisco Bay Area. The band consists of Erik Smyth (lead vocal/guitar) Loring Jones (drums) Steven Winter (bass) and Danny Uzi (lead guitar) The music is guitar driven and melodic with well crafted songs as its core. Members of the group have played in The Mo'fessionals, The Coup, Montrose, and Chrome Johnson to name a few. Look for this new "supergroup" to rock the Bay Area and beyond in 2013.
Bradly Tyner and The Crow Brothers have been so close, yet so far from making the music they've desired to create together. After Brad left Northern California to join the United States Air Force, Steven and Chase continued the pursuit of their dreams by creating music with various artists. Brad returned from the Air Force and decided to move to Florida to attend Full Sail University. After searching for a bassist, the band called upon good friend Richard Beavin. Richard has been a close friend and has worked on many other projects with the Crow Brothers. Brad has moved back to Northern California and all 3 are as ambitious and determined as ever. After searching for a bassist, the band has called upon good friend Richard Beavin. Richard has been a close friend and has worked on many other projects with the Crow Brothers.