There’s one more day to vote to pick which four bands will headline The Lineup, SF Station’s local music showcase May 22 at Cafe du Nord. The band with the most votes performs also performs June 1 at Oyster Festival.
Scuzzy, spacey garage rockers Big Drag say “no” to demanding audiences and “yes” to San Francisco’s own brand of rock n’ roll lifestyle. They are one of the seven bands hoping to win your votes to perform at The Lineup local music showcase on June 13 at Brick & Mortar Music Hall.
San Francisco’s Cellar Doors got off to a quick start after an impromptu invitation to open for Black Rebel Motorcycle Club in San Diego—it was their second show ever.
A band with brains, Oakland’s Cash Pony channels 70s progressive rock with horn blasts, a healthy mix of other influences and dose of humor.
Hailing from the land of Cal Bears, liberal ideas and an awesome weekly Bart station drum circle, Berkeley’s Roosevelt Radio bring a taste of indie synth-pop to the pool of bands vying for votes to perform at The Lineup local music showcase on June 13 at Brick & Mortar Music Hall.
SF Station’s local music showcase The Lineup returns at Brick & Mortar Music Hall on June 13th with three bands selected from seven finalists through an online vote. All of the bands are local and unsigned, representing some of the best of the up-and-coming Bay Area bands.
Oysterfest returns for it’s 13th year June 30 at Golden Gate park with Young the Giant, Minus the Bear, Manchester Orchestra, Little Hurricane and a band selected for SF Station’s The Lineup local music showcase.
SF Station’s local music showcase, The Lineup, is back for its second edition. This time, we’ve partnered with Oysterfest to offer the winning local band a a three-song set at the festival in Golden Gate Park and the top three bands will perform at a showcase at Brick & Mortar Music Hall June 13.
Sometimes it’s hard to decide who to vote for. That’s why we’ve asked the seven local bands competing to perform live at The Lineup to answer these five questions. This is what Outlaws & Preachers, Plastic Villains and NanosauR had to say.