Oakland-based band Caldecott will be bringing some East Bay pride over to San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall this Saturday night.
Even before debuting their EP Rock Bottom in April of 2011, Caldecott was already performing around the Bay Area, but this Saturday marks their first time headlining at GAMH. With their Oakland-centric lyrics and themes, Caldecott promises to get the dance floor going with a nostalgic love of all things East Bay.
Caldecott – Nomads
Haven’t heard them yet? Get acquainted with some of their tracks before checking them out this weekend. Caldecott is Greg Rijavec (vocals/guitar), Mike Noda (guitar/bass), Jason Eisenberg (guitar/bass), and Matthew Rostica (drums). Want to know more? Check out the band’s official website here.
Caldecott plays Saturday, January 14 at Great American Music Hall with support from Space Monkey Gangstas, Oola Rocksteady, Speed Goat, and DJ Flip. Doors are at 8:00pm and tickets are $14.
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