St Patrick's Day Music with Nathan Dennen, The Welcome Matt, Dgiin
Climate Theater & KC Turner Present...
Nathan Dennen, The Welcome Matt, Dgiin
$7 in advance/$10 at the door
Doors @ 7pm Show @ 7:30pm
Come celebrate St. Patrick's Day at Climate Theater with some fantastic music!
Born and raised in the small country town of Oakdale California, Nathan started learning piano at the age of six. Though he took a couple years off to teach himself guitar he eventually fell back into his old piano playing ways and started writing songs. His music has
been described as a mash up of old saloon style mixed with a little jazz and touch of folk funk; if such a thing exists. He lived in Santa Cruz for 5 years and played at many of the local venues there. He currently lives in San Francisco and is working on his much anticipated first album to be released this summer.
The Welcome Matt:
Resurrecting Shannon Hoon's velvety harmonies to guide pop's light into a sleepy night, The Welcome Matt produces an intriguing thing of pure emotion with his second release, Empire Days. Sumptuously gliding vocals that not only slide easily off the tongue but also have something to say, paired superbly with a lilting minimalist musical
construction, make for a record daring you to pass it by. Drifting somewhere between Wilco's Jeff Tweedy and Bob Dylan, Matt Langlois has mastered a sense of lyrical spacing and rasping and dreamy opinion to produce an album so perversely alluring, it's nearly obscured by its own charm.
Gin, as most of us know it, is a strong colorless alcohol flavored
with juniper berries. Another less widespread meaning of the word
djinn is a mischievous spirit, often confined to a bottle due to reprehensible acts. Dgiin is better known around Sonoma County as a band with a unique style encompassing various cultures and influences and songs sung mainly in French. The band originated 8 years ago in Santa Rosa and can be described as French-Gypsy-Funk with a twist. The Flamenco-Django-esque band puts on one memorable show accessible to all types of tastes and ages. Their energetic performances draw a lively crowd that can dance all night.
285 9th St
San Francisco, CA 94103
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