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TONIGHT: KAREN LOVELY

Backed by a stellar band, this powerhouse vocalist delivers a blistering mix of contemporary & old school blues. With a load of awards and acclaim to back her up, the Torch Club is happy to present Karen Lovely.  Don’t miss out.

TONIGHT: JERAMY NORRIS AND THE DANGEROUS MOOD

Jeramy Norris & The Dangerous Mood is a hard-working blues trio, professional and popular in and around Sacramento, the Gold Country foothills, and the Central Valley from California’s San Joaquin Valley Delta. Jeramy Norris on vocals and guitar, George Schuler on drums, and Chip Yeager on bass, have now joined forces to create a fresh and undiluted sound. The band’s objective is to preserve and further Americana Blues Music.

COMING UP: SACGROOVE – A BENEFIT FOR ALBIE AWARE

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TONIGHT: DEBUT TUESDAY LINEUP

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TONIGHT: DEBUT TUESDAY

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TONIGHT: DEBUT TUESDAY WITH INGENEOUS ROCK, SCARY LITTLE FRIENDS AND CALDECOTT

Scary Little Friends is the brainchild of Chris Jones with Charlie Knote on drums, and Jon Payne on bass. Chris built his own studio in the Mission especially for this project, which features lilting vocals, ala Jeff Buckley, and surfs-up psychedelic guitars, which are a trademark of the “San Francisco Sound”. Strong songwriting is really the bread and butter of this band.

Scary Little Friend’s live shows are intense journeys through the most intimate parts of the collective conscious which resonates true through every listener imaginable. Based in both Santa Cruz and San Francisco with underlying Southern roots, they mix sophistication and accessibility to make a brew that is never pretentious, never smooth. Always raw and real.

TONIGHT: LELAND SUNDRIES

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TONIGHT: HARLIS SWEETWATER

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TONIGHT: KAYE BOHLER

Downbeat Magazine says, “Kay stands firmly on the Blues tradition, yet can turn on a dime into Soul sophistication.”  Seriously– it can’t be said better.  The woman’s a house a’ fire..  in prime form, booking like mad and we don’t get her often enough.

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