ARC IRIS, Dagmar, plus DJ Neil Martinsen (Smile!)
155 Fell St
San Francisco, CA, 94102
This event is all ages
KELLY MCFARLING is an Atlanta, GA born, San Francisco-based songwriter. Her work is reflective of transitions, the wilderness, and its navigation. Sometimes she plays banjo, other times acoustic guitar. Often, she plays a Telecaster fronting her band, The Home Team, featuring pedal steel (Tim Marcus), drums (Nick Cobbett), bass (Oscar Westesson), and various other Bay Area musicians.
During her ten years in San Francisco, McFarling has released five independent recordings: studio albums, Distractible Child (2010) and Ridgeline (2013), an EP of cover songs, Others (2013), and two live albums, Live at Pirate Ship Laguna (2009) and Live at Eddie’s Attic (2011). She has toured behind her own projects as well as performing with bands like Y La Bamba and Goodnight Texas, and is one-third of the all-female folk trio Glittersnatch with Megan Keely and Wolf Larsen. Over the years, McFarling has shared the stage with artists such as Shovels and Rope, Sean Hayes, Chris Pureka, Jolie Holland, and has made a home for herself in the San Francisco music community.
American indie rock band from Providence, Rhode Island, formed in 2012. Began as a solo project of Jocie Adams formerly a member of The Low Anthem. Arc Iris is a power trio: Jocie Adams (lead vocals, guitar, keyboards), Zach Tenorio-Miller (keyboards, vocals), and Raymond Belli (drums)
Dagmar is an indie classical, harmony-driven female duo located in the San Francisco Bay Area from their prairie homeland of Iowa. A new music project with history, Gemma Cohen (vocals, bass) and Miranda Mallard (vocals, keyboard, guitar) are Dagmar's core. They have attained sister status after having sung together for over 8 years in the trio Rock Paper Scissors, and now in Dagmar since 2014.
Gemma and Miranda create original music while rocking their curly manes and singing from the depths of their souls. Harmonies continue to be a staple for this duo along with influences ranging from Phillip Glass to the Fleet Foxes. Dagmar's sound is raw, challenging, a vulnerable vocal driven exposition of Medieval harmonies and uncrumpled diaries.
plus DJ Neil Martinsen (Smile!)
Tickets Available at the Door
WATERSTRIDER HAS HAD TO CANCEL THIS SHOW. KELLY MCFARLING WILL BE PLAYING IN THEIR PLACE. WE WILL HONOR ALL REFUNDS IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO GET ONE.