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San Geronimo Valley Community Center GALA - Saturday, September 27, 5:00pm at San Geronimo Golf Course
San Geronimo Valley Fall Rock Festival - Saturday, October 18, 2:00-6:00pm featuring New Monsoon
Featuring New Monsoon!
& San Geronimo (the band)!
Saturday, October 18th
2:00pm - 6:00pm
San Francisco rock quintet New Monsoon is the collaborative vehicle for the vocal and instrumental prowess of founding members Bo Carper (acoustic guitar and banjo), Jeff Miller (electric guitar) and Phil Ferlino (keys). Now well into its second decade of national touring, the band also features the muscular rhythm section of Marshall Harrell (electric bass) and Michael Pinkham (drums). New Monsoon’s exhilarating blend of acoustic and electric instrumentation shines in an irresistible blend of sophisticated song craft, inventive musical exploration and down home rock-n-roll. “They have a collective power that comes off as a real unified force on stage. It’s not just a band, you know? It’s something transcendental.” - Michael Shrieve (original drummer, Santana) New Monsoon has shared the stage with heavyweight guests Mike Stern, the late, great Martin Fierro (Zero, Legion of Mary), Steve Kimock, and Tim Carbone (Railroad Earth), to name a few.They've toured with String Cheese Incident, Michael Franti and Spearhead, Umphrey's McGee (Big Summer Classic Tour), supported Moe, The Wailers, etc and are a featured headliner in venues such as the Fillmore (SF), Gothic Theater (Denver), and the Warehouse (Houston). They are also a perennial favorite of the festival circuit including marquee festivals like Bonnaroo, Wakarusa, Langerado, High Sierra, Telluride Bluegrass, Austin City Limits and many others. The band's quality associations continue with their recorded output. 2007's V was produced by Grateful Dead sound engineer John Cutler, and 2005's The Soundwas helmed by original Santana percussionist Michael Shrieve and Paul Kimble (Grant Lee Buffalo, Luna). The latest album, New Monsoon Live, a double-cd set, features tunes from all eras of the band’s deep catalog. Miller and Ferlino have also recently formed a supergroup collective, The Contribution, along with Tim Carbone (Railroad Earth) Keith Moseley (String Cheese Incident) Matt Butler (Everyone Orchestra) and Sheryl Renee (Black Swan Singers). SCI Fidelity Records released Which Way World, The Contribution’s inaugural album, in 2010. Miller released his first solo album, Ancient Wisdom, in 2011. Carper performs as a solo act and as half of the duo, Bo & Lebo, with Dan Lebowitz of ALO.
Just announced! San Geronimo (the band) at San Geronimo the venue – it was meant to be! Hometown heroes and Terrapin Crossroads/Kate Wolf Fest/Great American favorites will bring what the San Francisco Bay Guardian calls “Hard charging Americana” to the courtyard stage. With influences from Fugazi to Floyd, the band features double trouble front men Darren Nelson of Honeydust on Vocals, Acoustic & Electric Guitar and Jeremy D’Antonio of Tiny Television on Vocals, Acoustic & Electric Guitar, Harmonica and the rest of the TT gang: Dave Zirbel – Backing Vocals, Pedal Steel, Electric Guitar, Dobro, Banjo, Brian Rashap (The Mother Hips) – Backing Vocals, Acoustic & Electric Bass and Dan Luehring – Drums, Percussion.
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Featuring Alicia Dattner, Swami Beyondananda & Scott Grace!
Saturday, November 22nd
SF Weekly 2013 Best Comedian Alicia Dattner of “They Oy of Sex” (a hit at the Marsh Theater)
Scott Grace, the Spiritual Dr. Seuss
And The one and only Swami Beyondananda
This show includes separate sets with each comic plus a finale with all three! The show will be packed with comedy, music, deep ideas, answers to your questions and much more!
Alicia Dattner has been mentored by several talented comedians over the years, W. Kamau Bell (HBO, FX), Eugene Mirman (Flight of the Conchords), and Bill Santiago (Huffington Post, CNN, Comedy Central). She’s been knocking audiences out (not literally) at clubs like The Improv and Gotham Comedy Club, in San Francisco, New York, Hollywood, Bombay, Chennai, and London.
After a dozen years of doing standup comedy, she’s been racking up awards for her humorous, insightful one-woman shows. Sold-out hit shows and extended runs such as “The Oy of Sex” at the Marsh Theater and “Eat, Pray, Laugh” have garnered her “Best Comedian 2013? - SF Weekly, “Best Storyteller” - Off-Broadway NY Solo Festival, “Best of the Fringe”, “Best Female Solo Show” - SF Fringe Festival, “Best Local Comedian” - East Bay Express and more. The SF Guardian called her “Goofy, messy, and fun!” The LA Theater Review says she’s “Charming, likable, and funny!”
Creator of The Spiritual Comedy Festival, Alicia's comedy blends irreverence and transformation. In a really irreverent way.
Scott Kalechstein Grace is known on YouTube as the Spiritual Dr. Seuss, Born and raised in Brooklyn, Scott was the self-appointed class comedian starting at age seven. Spontaneity was always bursting out of him, getting him into mischief and trouble. Now he gets paid for his unique brand of musical comedy and poetry. His CD's come with the following warning: !CAUTION! The Surgeon General has determined that Scott Grace’s songs may be hazardous to your misery. They have been known to produce deep, out of control surges of peace, joy and happiness in laboratory humans. Therefore you are advised to purchase his music at your own bliss. In addition, Scott Grace's songs are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any illness or medical condition. If while listening, symptoms of fear, guilt, and seriousness still persist, please see your doctor.
Swami Beyondananda is the cosmic comic alter ego of writer, humorist, performer and uncommontator Steve Bhaerman. The Swami, whose favorite yoga pose is tongue-in-cheek, is the spokesperson for a new non-religion, FUNdamentalism (accent on "fun"). Says the Swami, "We are strictly non-dominational." Noted author Marianne Williamson has called the Swami "the Mark Twain of our times" because he's not only a wiseguy, he's a wise man.
In the course of more than twenty-five years of purveying cosmic comedy and healing laughter, Swami has had a successful, long-running monthly column, Ask The Swami, has written many books (Driving Your Own Karma ... When You See A Sacred Cow, Milk It for All It's Worth ... Duck Soup for the Soul ... Swami for Precedent: A Seven-Step Plan to Heal the Body Politic and Cure Electile Dysfunction), and produced a half a dozen comedy cassettes (sorry, not available on 8-track) and CDs.
He has been on stage with the great sages of the past quarter century, and even performed for Swami Satchidananda's 80th birthday party in 1994, along with Hollywood celebs and international recording artists. He has gained a reputation for being both pointed and compassionate (his comedy has been called "irreverently uplifting"), and over the past decade, his comedy has become more political. ("I know," Swami says, "that many people don't want to go there. But there has already come here.")
In recent years, the Swami has performed at numerous political events, including the Transpartisan Alliance Citizens Summit, the Network of Spiritual Progressives Conference, the Department of Peace Conference, the Praxis Peace Institute Economics of Peace Conference, to name a few. Swami's latest venture is to combine his non-religion of FUNdamentalism with the non-politics of the newly-formed Right to Laugh Party ("one big party ... everyone is invited"), to create one big evolutionary up-wising to overgrow the current dysfunctional system.
He will also be launching his radio feature, Karma Talk this year -- to give folks from all over the world to ask the Swami answerable questions, and receive his questionable answers.
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