Great American Times: A Winter Formal

Event has passed (Fri Jan 4, 2013 - Fri Jan 4, 2013)
Great American Music Hall (GAMH)
8pm doors / 9pm show
Music, Country Music, Folk


This will be a night of high class celebration and musical revelry at San Francisco's historic Great American Music Hall. Kick off the New Year in style by donning your classiest western threads and joining us atone of the most intimate large rooms in the country for this evening of distinguished debauchery!

THE EASY LEAVES (Sonoma County)
The Easy Leaves performances span the gap between the worlds of raucous barroom revelry and Sunday morning gospel-tent revivals. Hinting that the spirit of rowdy drunken celebration and old-time revival salvation may not be as separate as some might think. Floors will shake, music will roar, and spirits will flow from open taps and stomping souls - just another night with The Easy Leaves.

The first time I heard Tiny Television’s debut CD “Mission Statement” I knew these guys were gonna be one of my favorite alt-country bands...ever. It was like listening to the alt-country I remember in the early '90s – bands like Uncle Tupelo, the Jayhawks, the Bottle Rockets, Ryan Adams & Whiskeytown. And to this day, Tiny TV remains in my CD changer, and yes god damn it, I still listen to actual CDs…and so should you! Especially Tiny Television’s “Mission Statement" sounds so much better on CD. –SAP

Mike will never admit this, but he's a hero for SF Bay Area urban hillbilly music and the hardest workin’ man on the local music scene. He plays in 5 local bands as well as performs solo. His many bands include; The Bootcuts, The Country Mourns, Misisipi Mike & The Midnight Gamblers, Misisipi Rider, The Mission Three. And if you look around town you're bound to see one of Mike's "Eyeball Pleasing Posters" nailed to a street poll somewhere.


  1. Great American Music Hall (GAMH)
    859 O'Farrell Street, San Francisco, CA