An evening with the "why aren't they famous?" songwriters Chris von Sneidern, Rob Bayne and Anny Celsi Music, at the very cool The Monkey House in Berkeley. No alcohol; byob and save the money for CDs!
RSVP & Tix: http://www.facebook.com/events/472139602870323 We're proud to bring IPO back to San Francisco for our eighth time, from August 7 through 10, once again at Hotel Utah! IPO San Francisco features 24 of the best pop and rock bands from San Francisco and beyond! $10, 21+... 7:30 Blake Jones & The Trike Shop 8:15 Hot Nun 9:00 The Last Out 9:45 Chris von Sneidern 10:30 Lannie Flowers 11:15 lowboy (feat. Adam Burnett) Chris Von Sneidern Chris von Sneidern (CvS) is a San Francisco-based singer/songwriter and recording artist with thirteen critically acclaimed, self-produced albums Deemed #6 of the all-time Greatest Power Pop Albums in Shake Some Action, by John M. Borack (2007), CvS’s 2nd CD,Big White Lies, remains a strong seller worldwide. He regularly performs in the Bay Area as well as in Europe and Japan. He toured Spain this year in tribute to UK band The Clash, recreating the London Calling album in its entirety to sold-out crowds with Chuck Prophet. Lowboy (feat. Adam Burnett) Lowboy is Adam Burnett’s (Dangermaker) stripped down indie pop rock singer-songwriter americana folk blues featuring Dave DeAngelis on keys (Dangermaker) and Dan Caporale on drums (Upstairs Downstairs, B and Not B). The result sounds like a modern take on retro pop, americana & folk, somewhere between a Velvet Underground or young Bob Dylan, Ryan Adams, Band of Horses, or Jesus and the Mary Chain… Lannie Flowers After the success of his album, "Same Old Story," called 2008's Album of the Year by Power Pop Station, Lannie Flowers has done it again. His sophomore release, "Circles," takes his work even further and fleshes out the skeletal style that won so much critical praise. The fifteen notable songs stay with you and become a part of your life's soundtrack. Years of hard work and musical growth have given Flowers wisdom attained from near-stardom and a wealth of experiences.