Hardly Strictly Afterparty, Dead Winter Carpenters
Ocha La Rocha, Jigsaw Night
1710 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA, 94103
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM
This event is 18 and over
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Hardly Strictly Afterparty
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival - FREE festival in Golden Gate Park featuring 80+ world class artists, first weekend of October each year!
Dead Winter Carpenters
Emerging from Northern California’s fertile music scene, Dead Winter Carpenters is a rollicking, high-energy, roots-infused five-piece band from North Lake Tahoe, CA.
Defying musical boundaries, DWC blends elements of rock’n’roll, folk, roots, country, ragtime, blues, and reggae music with choice influences ranging from throughout rock
history and the traditional fiddle tunes of earlier times. This combination of authentic songwriting and dynamic musicianship gets the hips shakin’ and feet dancin’, epitomizing what a great live music experience is all about.
Poised with an arsenal of original material and an unyielding tour schedule, Dead Winter Carpenters is captivating audiences throughout the country and rapidly gaining a rabid fanbase.
The five-piece outfit consists of fiddler Jenni Charles, upright bassist Dave Lockhart, guitarists Jesse Dunn and Sean Duerr, and drummer Ryan Davis.
Ocha La Rocha
Ocha La Rocha is the brainchild of the highly prolific Atlanta-based singer/songwriter, Johnny La Rocha. Formed in 2004 with Kris Sampson (Ponderosa, New West Records), the project has supported several major artists, been featured in a variety of movies and television shows, and has released two full lengths and an EP. The most recent album, "Ocha Scores", produced by Chris Barber (Ryan Adams, Courtney Love), is set to be released in 2012 in digital and on 180 gram collector's vinyl. As a preview, the band has conceived an entirely new format and released two tracks as a digital 7" on their website, www.ochalarocha.com. The release will be supported by a May tour with Spindrift.
Jigsaw Night formed serendipitously on the night of 4/20/13 when four people were suddenly teleported to a garage in Berkeley, CA and were reincarnated into their respective alter ego animal. Unable to converse verbally and knowing that music is the universal language, they decided to pick up instruments they found in the garage. What happened next was magical, and it cannot be expressed in words. Later on, after morphing back into their original forms, they realized the conversation among the four of them was so interconnected that they decided to form a band.