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Left Coast Country: 2 Nights in San Francico!

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March 17, 2015


ShelbyAshPresents

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Post edited 3:52 am – March 18, 2015 by ShelbyAshPresents


One of the Pacific Northwest's hottest bluegrass bands, Left Coast Country play two nights in San Francisco! 

 Sunday, March 29  with Crankshaft and The Gear Grinders

@Hotel Utah Saloon 500 4th Street, SF / 8pm / http://www.hotelutah.com/

Monday, March 30 with
Sweetwater String Band 
@
Amnesia 853 Valencia St, SF / 9pm / http://amnesiathebar.com/

LEFT COAST COUNTRY (Portland, OR)
Constantly evolving with a true dedication to their craft has made Left Coast Country one of the hardest working, up and coming acts in the Pacific Northwest. Releasing 3 records in the last 4 years and a never-ending tour schedule- playing such gigs as the SF Bluegrass & Old-Time Festival, Hillbilly Robot, and Hardly Strictly Blue…grass after party. Left Coast Country’s music is a fusion of traditional and progressive bluegrass; composed of fiery heartfelt foot stompers, rolling country ballads, and powerful instrumental soundscapes. Their stage performance showcases the group’s synchronous harmonies, beautiful melodies, and intense intricate instrumentation.
Listen here: http://www.reverbnation.com/le…..astcountry
http://www.leftcoastcountry.com/

CRANKSHAFT (Anoka County, MN)
Crankshaft & The Gear Grinders are the first ever “Pork Neck” band. A new genre of music, nearly indescribable. Keith Boyles came close when he told a friend “It's like psycho-billy swamp punk country blues” … a tongue twister if you've been drinking. So, from now on we're a Pork Neck band. Deal?
Listen here:
http://www.reverbnation.com/cr…..sprimitive
http://www.crankshaftmusic.com/

SWEETWATER STRINGBAND (Mammoth Lakes, CA)
High energy, cello driven bluegrass inspired by the wild deserts and high mountains of the western landscape Sweetwater call home. Their latest album “River of Rhymes,” has been garnering critical acclaim, remarking on their “distinctive high-energy brand of bluegrass with a cello in overdrive” and their “work of both intimacy and wide-scale, cinematic vistas.” Featuring Scott Roberts (mandolin/vocals), David Huebner (cello/vocals), Jeff Meadway (guitar), and Patrick Ferguson (bass).
Listen here:
http://www.reverbnation.com/sw…..stringband
http://www.sweetwaterstringband.com/

LINKS / INFO / MORE SHOWS:
http://www.shelbyashpresents.net/
http://www.hotelutah.com/
http://amnesiathebar.com/