HiLLBiLLY ROBOT: The Harmed Brothers + The Vivants

When
Event has passed (Fri Feb 28, 2014 - Fri Feb 28, 2014)
Where
Plough & Stars
Time
9pm
Tags
Music

Description

HiLLBiLLY ROBOT: An Urban Americana Music Event
Feb 1, 7, 14, 15, 21, 21, 28 - 2014

San Francisco is a mecca for downhome roots music where on any given night you can go out and see yourself some live old-timey music- from bluegrass to honky-tonk to rockabilly. February welcomes an all-new urban hillbilly music festival featuring some of the finest pickers and freshest singers in these parts...and some traveling bands too. Please come out and show your support for live roots music!

More info/more events: https://shelbyashpresents.net/
RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/272133366284788/

THE HARMED BROTHERS (Eugene, Oregon)
Americana/folk-rock/indiegrass, The Harmed Brothers create a sound both melodic and raucous, gutsy and vulnerable and are often compared to groups such as The Avett Brothers and the highly influential Uncle Tupelo. Anyone who's heard and/or seen them live can experience those dynamics alive well in both their high energy, string snapping, boot stomping live performances and heartfelt storytelling which equally showcase the songwriting.
Listen here: http://www.reverbnation.com/theharmedbrothers
http://www.theharmedbrothers.com/

THE VIVANTS (Bay Area)
Largely inspired by the energy of old-time dance tunes, honky-tonk country, western-swing, bluegrass, and Cajun music, The Vivants play their own brand of American roots music -- original foot stompin' tunes about riots, hollers, and hopping train cars.
The band is Emily Bonn (the Whoreshoes) on guitar and lead vocals, Jody Richardson (The Earl Brothers) on fiddle and vocal harmonies, James Touzel (The Earl Brothers) on upright bass, and Isaac Bonnell on accordion.
Listen here: http://www.reverbnation.com/emilybonnthevivants
http://www.emilybonn.com/

Location

location
  1. Plough & Stars 116 Clement Street, San Francisco, CA