LOST DOG FOUND Presented By: HopMonk Tavern Sebastopol Guests: + ROYAL JELLY JIVE Ages: 21+
Lost Dog Found SwingDoors at 7:30 pm Lesson at 8:00 pm Show at 9:00 pm $15WebsiteFacebook Page Lost Dog Found brings its unique jump blues to the second annual "Swing in the Spring," Ashkenaz's two-month series of swing dances taking place every Thursday in March and April. "Swing in the Spring" covers the gamut from classic big band sounds to jump blues, gypsy jazz, and New Orleans R&B. Each night begins at 8 pm with a choice of a beginning/intermediate dance lesson with Karen & Michael or a more advanced lesson with rotating guest teachers (included in the ticket price), followed by the evening's live band at 9 pm. Until Mood Swing Orchestra signs off on April 30, the joint will be jumpin' and swingin'. Taking the classic sounds of jump blues, Americana, swing, rock, and soul, Lost Dog Found combines those musical styles into a modern sound that is distinctly the band's own. It's part Ray Charles, part Bruno Mars, part Brian Setzer Orchestra... and extremely danceable. The band won the Santa Rosa Press Democrat readers' "Best Local Band" award in 2013, and tonight will be featuring songs from its recent CD, "Dine on Danger." The band came together in 2009 when childhood friends Stevie Mac and front man Chris Hudlow reunited as adults to bring Mac's collection of songs to life. They added drummer Kyle Pesonen, and Lost Dog Found was up and swinging. The current lineup features musicians from all over the Bay Area, including Jeremy Greene on tenor/baritone sax, Craig Berletti on trumpet, Nick Miller on alto sax, and upright bassist Andy Bergman.
Sounds Like: Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Brian Setzer, Squirrel Nut Zippers, JD McPherson, Imelda May
Manager: Troy Wilson-Ripsom TNT Management 425 Orange Street, Suite 402 Oakland, CA 94610
Bio: Steamrolling through the past year by being voted "Best Band" by the readers of the Press Democrat, winning the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk/Live 105 Battle of The Bands, and performances up and down the west coast, including stops at Disneyland and the Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekender, Lost Dog...See Full Bio