The Soft White Sixties

The Soft White Sixties

Maximum R&B is what was used to describe The Who back in their prime, and Bay Area boys The Soft White Sixties are prime candidates to take that description as their own. Having just recently sold out a headlining gig at The Great American Music Hall, the quintet are laying down a sinfully soulful rock sound that always goes down smooth. Recommended for fans of The Stone Foxes and The Rolling Stones alike.


NO (Los Angeles)

Indie rock band from Echo Park, Los Angeles. Nick Jarzabek, Tim Jarzabek, Justin Corman

The She's met on the playground as six year olds, and have been friends since then and band mates for almost as long. Hailing from the beautiful and foggy San Francisco CA, Samantha Perez, Hannah Valente, Eva Treadway, and Sinclair Riley share a love for pop music from the 50s and 60s and write music which reflects these influences within their own brand of west-coast-garage-pop. They are no strangers to great harmonies and hooks and have been described as "The Ronettes meets The Ramones," but also offer something new and exciting to these classic sounds. The She's released their debut album, "*Then It Starts To Feel Like Summer*" in November, and have been fortunate enough to share the stage with several of the very bands that inspired the album, such as Girls and The Morning Benders. The She's strive to make timeless and interesting pop music that grabs and inspires you. So please, listen, dance and enjoy.

Cannons and Clouds

San Francisco's Cannons and Clouds assert smartly designed, melody-forward indie rock. Their sound, both wistful and dynamic is accentuated by slow-building acoustics, classical harp, and rich multi-part harmonies portraying unfeigned ballads and confession narratives. "There's a casual, understated elegance to the wistful folk rock sounds of local broken-hearts club Cannons and Clouds — it's there in the band's slow-building acoustic drama, in Zachary Blizzard's tender vocals, and in Steven Medd's expressive brushed-drum rhythms. The septet have a flair for orchestrating unhurried meditations on love and loss and touching reminiscences about dear friends in a vein much like that of Mark Kozelek (Red House Painters and Sun Kil Moon)." --Bay Guardian

$13.00 - $15.00

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The Soft White Sixties with NO (Los Angeles), The She's, Cannons and Clouds

Friday, February 28 · Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM at The Chapel