Amanda Brown (8pm Set time), The Real Numbers (9pm Set Time)
500 4th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94107
This event is 21 and over
Amanda Brown (8pm Set time)
Many fans first heard Amanda Brown on season three of The Voice, but by then, she’d already built a career performing with artists such as Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys, Justin Timberlake, CeeLo Green, Jennifer Hudson, Michael Bolton, Jessie J, Gwen Stefani, and others. Brown spent much of 2017 as a background vocalist on Adele’s 25 world tour, before kicking off 2018 on tour with The Killers, who asked her to sing backing vocals and open for the band with her own material. With the spring 2018 release of her highly anticipated full-length debut, Dirty Water, music fans will finally hear her risk-taking, pop-savvy, finely honed rock-and-roll. Her first single from that debut, titled “The Believers,” is out now.
The Real Numbers (9pm Set Time)
More than ten thousand bicyclists and pop music enthusiasts have watched the Real Numbers' light-hearted sixty second viral video homage to “the Wiggle” –a popular one-mile, zig-zagging bicycle route from Market Street to Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. To coincide with 2013’s Bike to Work Day, The Real Numbers launched a brand new pop opus. Entitled “1-2-3-4-5”, the new CD features their popular PSA ode to the city’s favorite bicycle route “the Wiggle” as well as songs celebrating runaway guitars, Godzilla, and the catchiest tune you’ve heard about counting since Sesame Street.
The Real Numbers conjure an era of songwriting that may have come and gone from commercial airwaves, but is still carried on by the likes of Fountains of Wayne, Ben Folds and Fastball. Not afraid to embrace geekdom or plant tongue firmly in cheek, their smart yet smart-ass lyrics make mundane observations meaningful, amusing or both while catchy melodies stick like peanut butter to the roof of your skull.
“Tuneful, happy power pop of the highest order” –Power Pop Underground
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