Brad Brooks & Felsen11 Feb 2017 San Francisco, CA
DetailsTime : 6pm
Venue : rsvp to firstname.lastname@example.org
State : CA
This is a beautiful “House Concert” Venue in SF.
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Brad Brooks w/Pie Fiorentino) opens the show!!!!
Cost: $20 cash.
from our hosts at Foghouse Concerts: Great news! We will be returning to the Design District Showroom space we visited last November. For those of you who were there for that performance, you know this host is absolutely first class. You don’t want to miss this. And yes, they will be serving light appetizers and refreshments!
Brad Brooks is that rare quadruple threat of writer, player, singer, and performer.
His songs combine the melodic sensibility of Elvis Costello, the best instincts of Wilco and Brian Wilson, along with the orchestral sophistication of Queen.
Brooks is rooted in a kind of Victorian California romanticism; and with the release of his record “Harmony Of Passing Light” Brooks joins his peers with the best work of his career.
His gift for melody and his soaring vocals remain the most immediately impressive traits of his music. Brooks’ voice can wail like a blue-eyed soul singer, whisper plaintively, croon with just a touch of twang, or soar through the most demanding melodic acrobatics, and he pulls off all of these different guises on “Harmony” without the record sounding disjointed. Rather, it’s an album with multiple textures that still feels unified.
Brooks has found the essence of his own unique voice, and been one of the Bay Area’s best-kept secrets for years. T
Brooks has also shared the stage with Phil Lesh of the Grateful Dead, opened for Grammy-winning band Train, Imagine Dragons, Butch Walker and Linda Perry.
“Felsen—Truly one of the best kept secrets of the Bay that deserves to be parroted, played as loud as possible, and shouted out to all corners of the world.”
“Felsen strives to ensure survival of rock ‘n’ roll.” San Francisco Chronicle
“Felsen has its insightful finger on the pulse of a harried, busy generation.”Tahoe Daily
“The band’s most potent and thought-provoking album yet… Powerful songs.” Palo Alto Daily News