Blueshift, The Marshall House Project

Blueshift is an alternative rock band from the San Francisco Bay Area. Their unmistakable sound blends grungy rock with hip-hop, soul, and funk. Blueshift's consistently superb and innovative songwriting transcends the barriers of age and genre, making them a force to be reckoned with in the underground music scene.
Blueshift has collaborated with Blackalicious emcee Gift of Gab. Their debut album was co-produced by Corky Laing, drummer and songwriter for 70's super group, Mountain. Pandora Radio launched a Blueshift Channel in early 2011. Blueshift has appeared on Bay Area television and radio stations, and currently gets airplay on KRSH 95.9 FM and KITS Live 105.3 FM and internet radio Spotify, MOG, and Rdio.
Blueshift has performed extensively in the Bay Area, and is planning a West Coast tour. Some
of their performance highlights include: UC Berkeley, Sonoma State University, Chico State and the Lifeschool Benefit sponsored by KRSH 95.9 FM. Blueshift performed at the Last Day Saloon and the Phoenix Theater, sharing the stage with acts like Lyrics Born, Trainwreck and KRS-One. They have appeared repeatedly at the Sebastopol 4th of July Fireworks Extravaganza, an event attended by thousands annually.
Blueshift's debut album, Dirty Machine, is available on iTunes, Amazon, CDBaby, and local music stores. Their second album, featuring Gift Of Gab, is in production. They have a wealth of material and more albums on the way. Blueshift's music video for their first release, "Yesmen," has received notoriety for its originality and humor, and has been selected to receive ad revenue from Youtube. Blueshift's Myspace page has over 45,000 hits.
Blueshift was formed in the summer of 2004 by childhood friends Jared O'Connell and Waylon Nicholson. They grew up together on the Russian River, and started playing guitar together when they were 11 years old. O'Connell's songwriting is sophisticated, featuring pleasing, edgy vocals, melodic guitar work, and insightful lyrics. Waylon's remarkable guitar style is original and intricate, and his songwriting is sincere. Bass virtuoso Alex Izzarelli writes complex bass lines played on his homemade bass. Drummer Anthony Garcia lays down hard hitting, funky beats. They are practiced musicians who, after playing together for more than 6 years, perform comfortably on stage, easily engaging the audience, improvising, and putting on a great show.

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Blueshift, The Marshall House Project

Friday, May 10 · Doors 7:30 PM / Show 8:00 PM at The Phoenix Theater

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