An Evening w/Robert Thornton Kent & Robert Scott Mueller
Several years ago RTK & RSM shared a bill together in San Francisco. A friendship was formed during hours of conversation over coffee and guitars. The two have made it a semi-annual event to perform together whenever RTK visits the West Coast.
In town for his performance at this year's San Francisco Free Folk Festival, the call was made by RTK to set up another one.
The two will be swapping songs and telling stories Wednesday, June 8th at a house concert in San Francisco's Noe Valley. Break some bread, share some drink, and be a part of an evening with friends, family and music.
Robert Thornton Kent
Described as a "real life gypsy and romantic", Robert's music always reflects a passion for living, travel, romance and love that lives in the songs that he shares. He regularly performs coast-to-coast at festivals,colleges, universities, coffeehouses, house concerts, bars, private events and anywhere there's music.
His style is reflective of artists such as Bob Dylan, James Taylor, Gordon Lightfoot, Townes VanZandt, Nick Drake and those he personally learned from like Leo Kottke, Patrick Sky, Dave Van Ronk , Danny Smith, Jeff Espina and Stuart Mossman.
In his early years he often found himself hitching rides and jumping freight trains across the USA, Canada and Mexico as he chased dreams and lived life his own way.
Robert Scott Mueller
Since his days in the Alt-Rock trio Dharma Front, Robert Scott Mueller has been a fixture on the San Francisco Bay Area music scene. Playing in Mod Revival bands The Ravens and The Jet Set, cow-punk powerhouse GEN 11 and his current Roots/Americana string band Colonels of Truth (with several stops as a coffeehouse troubadour between), Mueller has brought his often dark songs to even darker rooms for years. Writing three minute narratives with a memorable chorus is the one constant throughout his diverse musical history. As BAM editor Steve Stolder wrote back in the beginning, "Mueller contributes gruff, impassioned vocals that recall Bob Mould and songs that, again, like Mould's stuff, are melodic but still rage and roar like a storm."
House Concert (View)
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San Francisco, CA 94114
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