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Art House Gallery Presents a LIVE STREAM Saturday, April 17th at 6:30 pm PT featuring The Phil Lawrence Band.

You can join us on any device — phone, tablet, computer, or tv. Once you purchase your ticket you will receive a link and you will be able to watch the performance as many times as you wish once it is premiered on the live stream broadcast.

PHIL LAWRENCE has been playing mandolin since 1978 when he bought his first round back mandolin on a whim. He began studying with Rudy Cipolla, the San Francisco Italian-American composer and mandolinist. He quickly learned to play all different styles of music: bluegrass, folk, rock, jazz, reggae, and even klezmer. Phil produced and published independent recordings of his original compositions in the 1980’s and 1990’s under his own label, Mandolinimal Productions. In 2004 Phil was invited by David Grisman and Mike Marshall to work as an assistant instructor at David Grisman’s Mandolin Symposium in Santa Cruz, Ca. and he performed on stage with David Grisman, Mike Marshall, Chris Thile, Mike Compton, Don Stiernberg, and Radim Zenkl. He performs with It’s A Beautiful Day Acoustic, an acoustic jazz quartet/quintet featuring David LaFlamme from It’s a Beautiful Day on violin. In 2018 Phil began a new musical project called simply The Phil Lawrence Band with all new personnel.

Phil has also played with The Windshield Cowboys, Teresa Tudury, Light Rain, a belly dance group led by Doug Adamz, The Pine Needles, and Out of the Blue. Phil still occasionally performs with Jubilee Klezmer Ensemble. In the past other bands have been The DLT 3, Silk and Steel, Redwood Highway, The Biocentrics, Give Us Gibsons, The Zamora Blues Band, Phil and Phil, and Sweet Amnesia.

DAVID BOYDEN David Boyden is a violinist and fiddler born and bred in the San Francisco Bay Area. He attended Ruth Asawa School of the Arts, earned a Bachelors of Music from San Francisco State University, and now works as a freelance musician and educator. He plays fiddles and other such things in groups working in a variety of genres, including the New Acoustic Collective, the Pine Needles (bluegrass, rock, jazz), the 29th St. Swingtet (gypsy jazz and swing), the Hot Licks, and Kaptain Bottletop, a group dedicated to exploring Scandinavian music and other folk genres. In addition to the violin, he plays the hardanger d’amore, an incredible 10-stringed fiddle built by the Norwegian luthier Salve Håkedal, as well as a 7-string electric violin built by John Jordan. He is also studying the hardanger fiddle and the traditional folk music of Norway. From 2012 to 2014, he served as an intern for the Chrysalis Foundation in San Francisco, performing the music of Cris Forster on his original acoustic instruments tuned in just intonation.

EDDIE GUTHMAN thinks of himself as a bassist first and a multi-instrumentalist next, but always someone who is interested in playing creative music that comes from the heart. As a member of various Bay Area performing ensembles, including Belair, Crystal Wind, It’s a Beautiful Day Acoustic, and the American Philharmonic, he has shared the stage with musicians such as Joe Pass, Jimmy Smith, Red Holloway, Roger Kellaway, Frank Butler, Aierto, Edmonia Jarrett, David Balakrishnan, Jim Calire, David LaFlamme, Kenny Dixon and others, and he has worked as a composer for Outside T.V. Eddie recently released his own new CD called Family Tree.

RICK FULKERSON spent over 25 years as the Bassist in the Wednesday Night Big Band in Santa Rosa, playing with many jazz greats such as Joe Pass, Louis Bellson, Bill Watrous, Steve Smith, Jack Sheldon, Jon Faddis, Pete Christlieb, Don Menza, and Bruce Forman, to name just a few. Rick also played electric guitar in many cover bands over the years and in 2011 made an abrupt left turn and embraced the Gypsy Jazz genre. He studies with Paul Mehling, leader of the Hot Club of San Francisco, and leads his own Gypsy Jazz quartet in Sonoma County, Le Hot Club Swing.

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TICKETS!! https://www.musae.me/arthouse/experiences/1007/art-house…

Art House Gallery Presents a LIVE STREAM Saturday, April 17th at 6:30 pm PT featuring The Phil Lawrence Band.

TICKET / CONTRIBUTION LEVELS If you’re struggling due to the pandemic, take advantage of our “Pay What You Can” offer. If you’re able to contribute more, to help someone else pay less, please do!

$5 — I Just Need to Smile Right Now $15 – Fan of The Phil Lawrence Band $25 – Friend of The Phil Lawrence Band $50 – Supporter of The Phil Lawrence Band $100 – Patron of The Phil Lawrence Band

You can join us on any device — phone, tablet, computer, or tv. Once you purchase your ticket you will receive a link and you will be able to watch the performance as many times as you wish once it is premiered on the live stream broadcast.

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PHIL LAWRENCE has been playing mandolin since 1978 when he bought his first round back mandolin on a whim. He began studying with Rudy Cipolla, the San Francisco Italian-American composer and mandolinist. He quickly learned to play all different styles of music: bluegrass, folk, rock, jazz, reggae, and even klezmer. Phil produced and published independent recordings of his original compositions in the 1980’s and 1990’s under his own label, Mandolinimal Productions. In 2004 Phil was invited by David Grisman and Mike Marshall to work as an assistant instructor at David Grisman’s Mandolin Symposium in Santa Cruz, Ca. and he performed on stage with David Grisman, Mike Marshall, Chris Thile, Mike Compton, Don Stiernberg, and Radim Zenkl. He performs with It’s A Beautiful Day Acoustic, an acoustic jazz quartet/quintet featuring David LaFlamme from It’s a Beautiful Day on violin. In 2018 Phil began a new musical project called simply The Phil Lawrence Band with all new personnel.

Phil has also played with The Windshield Cowboys, Teresa Tudury, Light Rain, a belly dance group led by Doug Adamz, The Pine Needles, and Out of the Blue. Phil still occasionally performs with Jubilee Klezmer Ensemble. In the past other bands have been The DLT 3, Silk and Steel, Redwood Highway, The Biocentrics, Give Us Gibsons, The Zamora Blues Band, Phil and Phil, and Sweet Amnesia.

DAVID BOYDEN David Boyden is a violinist and fiddler born and bred in the San Francisco Bay Area. He attended Ruth Asawa School of the Arts, earned a Bachelors of Music from San Francisco State University, and now works as a freelance musician and educator. He plays fiddles and other such things in groups working in a variety of genres, including the New Acoustic Collective, the Pine Needles (bluegrass, rock, jazz), the 29th St. Swingtet (gypsy jazz and swing), the Hot Licks, and Kaptain Bottletop, a group dedicated to exploring Scandinavian music and other folk genres. In addition to the violin, he plays the hardanger d’amore, an incredible 10-stringed fiddle built by the Norwegian luthier Salve Håkedal, as well as a 7-string electric violin built by John Jordan. He is also studying the hardanger fiddle and the traditional folk music of Norway. From 2012 to 2014, he served as an intern for the Chrysalis Foundation in San Francisco, performing the music of Cris Forster on his original acoustic instruments tuned in just intonation.

EDDIE GUTHMAN thinks of himself as a bassist first and a multi-instrumentalist next, but always someone who is interested in playing creative music that comes from the heart. As a member of various Bay Area performing ensembles, including Belair, Crystal Wind, It’s a Beautiful Day Acoustic, and the American Philharmonic, he has shared the stage with musicians such as Joe Pass, Jimmy Smith, Red Holloway, Roger Kellaway, Frank Butler, Aierto, Edmonia Jarrett, David Balakrishnan, Jim Calire, David LaFlamme, Kenny Dixon and others, and he has worked as a composer for Outside T.V. Eddie recently released his own new CD called Family Tree.

RICK FULKERSON spent over 25 years as the Bassist in the Wednesday Night Big Band in Santa Rosa, playing with many jazz greats such as Joe Pass, Louis Bellson, Bill Watrous, Steve Smith, Jack Sheldon, Jon Faddis, Pete Christlieb, Don Menza, and Bruce Forman, to name just a few. Rick also played electric guitar in many cover bands over the years and in 2011 made an abrupt left turn and embraced the Gypsy Jazz genre. He studies with Paul Mehling, leader of the Hot Club of San Francisco, and leads his own Gypsy Jazz quartet in Sonoma County, Le Hot Club Swing.

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Art House Gallery Presents a LIVE STREAM Saturday, March 20th at 6:30 pm PT featuring Brother Spellbinder, an inter-generational band that aims to enchant in the age of disenchantment. Brother Spellbinder aims to enchant in an age of disenchantment. Known for their lively shows and theatrical presence, the music moves from dreamy and mysterious to rousing and rowdy.

Also known as Spellbinder Orchestra, they incorporate elements of folk, eastern European, classical and indie-rock. They blend a variety of instruments with an inter-generational cast, lyrics that roll from the far regions of the human psyche, a touch of old world yearning, and the urgency of here and now. Brother Spellbinder will be casting spells for Spring Solstice and marking the passing of one year since their last indoor show.

TICKETS: tix.musae.me/spellbinder https://www.musae.me/arthouse/experiences/945/art-house Here’s the Brother Spellbinder line-up:

Alzara Getz — Vocals, uke, autoharp & misc. Alzara is the daughter of rock drummer, Dave Getz, (original drummer of Big Brother & The Holding Company). Early exposure to Janis may have fueled a taste for raw emotional expression, but her first albums of Rimsk-Korsakoff, Scott Joplin and young Joan Baez ignited a thirst for the fanciful, otherworldly and high romance. Her day job as a social worker and deep interest in how people heal or don’t heal, is also a source of inspiration for her songwriting.

Jamie Wilson – Rhythm guitar, vocals. Co-founder guitarist Jamie Wilson was an early graduate from San Francisco’s School of the Arts and counters Alzara’s dulcet voice with a dollop of gristle in his vocals and a rhythm guitar that resonates with an earthy om. When not busy keeping all the Spellbinders sane, Wilson can be found caving, fishing, or gold mining.

Steve La Porta – Drummer/percussion. Bringing joyful beats and unusual rhythms to the band, La Porta has performed in thousands of shows in the U.S and abroad. For 8 years, he was in the house band at the Claremont Hotel and Resort, performed in front of more 75,000 people at the Civic Center, recorded on more than 25 albums, and studied with David Garibaldi, Chuck Brown, Alan Hall, and Michael Spiro.

“Heléna Tietze — Cello, vocals. Born and raised in the Bay Area, Heléna has participated in several local and national ensembles (such as Crescendo Orchestra, the National Honors Choir, and the National Orchestra Festival). She was enrolled in the Virtuoso Program at Domenico High School in San Anselmo and attended the Kodály Summer Institute at Holy Names University in Oakland, and currently studies music therapy at Loyola University in New Orleans, Louisiana, where she serves as principal cellist in both the symphony and chamber orchestras, under the direction of Jean Montès and Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg.”

Jim Taylor — Bass. Born and raised in Oakland, Jim Taylor (aka Jimmy Reylon) has been playing bass in various bands since junior high school, most notably Jimmy Reylon and The Flames, one of the East Bay’s finest garage bands you’ve never heard of. He keeps the muscles moving with a sinewy fretless bass made by Rick Turner.

Sean Griffin — Lead guitar. Griffin studied with Joe Satriani, and has played with dozens of bay area bands such as Liz Annah, Black Pole, and Electric Chair Repair Co, and has performed at the Henry J. Kaiser Auditorium. He also composes and creates epic musical escapades along with film noir in his solo work, “Between Galaxies.”

Lee Corbie-Wells — Violin, back vocals. Lee has been playing violin since the age of 6. Her father, a music teacher in San Francisco and her mother, a music teacher in the Oakland Public School District, taught her Celtic and American tunes by ear, fostering her love of folk music. She has played in numerous projects including Kaptain Bottletop, Rabbit Hole Orchestra and she helped start the Celtic/Americana/Eastern European folk band Moonshine Jelly, where she sings in English, at least half of the Celtic languages, Russian, Greek, and various other languages.

SPECIAL GUEST! Dave Getz — Original drummer for Big Brother & the Holding Co. (Janis Joplin’s first band), former member of Country Joe & the Fish and Alzara’s father ��

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Art House Gallery Presents a LIVE STREAM Saturday, March 20th at 6:30 pm PT featuring Brother Spellbinder, an inter-generational band that aims to enchant in the age of disenchantment. Brother Spellbinder aims to enchant in an age of disenchantment. Known for their lively shows and theatrical presence, the music moves from dreamy and mysterious to rousing and rowdy.

Also known as Spellbinder Orchestra, they incorporate elements of folk, eastern European, classical and indie-rock. They blend a variety of instruments with an inter-generational cast, lyrics that roll from the far regions of the human psyche, a touch of old world yearning, and the urgency of here and now. Brother Spellbinder will be casting spells for Spring Solstice and marking the passing of one year since their last indoor show.

TICKETS: tix.musae.me/spellbinder https://www.musae.me/arthouse/experiences/945/art-house Here’s the Brother Spellbinder line-up:

Alzara Getz — Vocals, uke, autoharp & misc. Alzara is the daughter of rock drummer, Dave Getz, (original drummer of Big Brother & The Holding Company). Early exposure to Janis may have fueled a taste for raw emotional expression, but her first albums of Rimsk-Korsakoff, Scott Joplin and young Joan Baez ignited a thirst for the fanciful, otherworldly and high romance. Her day job as a social worker and deep interest in how people heal or don’t heal, is also a source of inspiration for her songwriting.

Jamie Wilson – Rhythm guitar, vocals. Co-founder guitarist Jamie Wilson was an early graduate from San Francisco’s School of the Arts and counters Alzara’s dulcet voice with a dollop of gristle in his vocals and a rhythm guitar that resonates with an earthy om. When not busy keeping all the Spellbinders sane, Wilson can be found caving, fishing, or gold mining.

Steve La Porta – Drummer/percussion. Bringing joyful beats and unusual rhythms to the band, La Porta has performed in thousands of shows in the U.S and abroad. For 8 years, he was in the house band at the Claremont Hotel and Resort, performed in front of more 75,000 people at the Civic Center, recorded on more than 25 albums, and studied with David Garibaldi, Chuck Brown, Alan Hall, and Michael Spiro.

“Heléna Tietze — Cello, vocals. Born and raised in the Bay Area, Heléna has participated in several local and national ensembles (such as Crescendo Orchestra, the National Honors Choir, and the National Orchestra Festival). She was enrolled in the Virtuoso Program at Domenico High School in San Anselmo and attended the Kodály Summer Institute at Holy Names University in Oakland, and currently studies music therapy at Loyola University in New Orleans, Louisiana, where she serves as principal cellist in both the symphony and chamber orchestras, under the direction of Jean Montès and Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg.”

Jim Taylor — Bass. Born and raised in Oakland, Jim Taylor (aka Jimmy Reylon) has been playing bass in various bands since junior high school, most notably Jimmy Reylon and The Flames, one of the East Bay’s finest garage bands you’ve never heard of. He keeps the muscles moving with a sinewy fretless bass made by Rick Turner.

Sean Griffin — Lead guitar. Griffin studied with Joe Satriani, and has played with dozens of bay area bands such as Liz Annah, Black Pole, and Electric Chair Repair Co, and has performed at the Henry J. Kaiser Auditorium. He also composes and creates epic musical escapades along with film noir in his solo work, “Between Galaxies.”

Lee Corbie-Wells — Violin, back vocals. Lee has been playing violin since the age of 6. Her father, a music teacher in San Francisco and her mother, a music teacher in the Oakland Public School District, taught her Celtic and American tunes by ear, fostering her love of folk music. She has played in numerous projects including Kaptain Bottletop, Rabbit Hole Orchestra and she helped start the Celtic/Americana/Eastern European folk band Moonshine Jelly, where she sings in English, at least half of the Celtic languages, Russian, Greek, and various other languages.

SPECIAL GUEST! Dave Getz — Original drummer for Big Brother & the Holding Co. (Janis Joplin’s first band), former member of Country Joe & the Fish and Alzara’s father ��

LIVE FROM ART HOUSEArt House Gallery Presents a LIVE STREAM Saturday, March 6th at 6:30 pm PT featuring The New Acoustic Collective String Quintet.TICKETS::tix.musae.me/quintetFEATURINGJason Keiser, guitar, tres cubano, and mandolin David Boyden, fiddle and baritone fiddleAlonso Sanchez, double bass/pizzicato Rodrigo Ruiz, double bass/arco and pizzicatoNathaniel Grohmann, celloTICKETS::tix.musae.me/quintetThe New Acoustic Collective String Quintet Members Bio: Jason Keiser: Guitar, Tres Cubano, Mandolin Jason Keiser is a professional guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, multi-stylist, recording artist, arranger and composer based out of the Bay Area currently residing in San Jose, California. Jason has studied under Tony Rice Unit member, professional bluegrass guitarist Wyatt Rice, professional bluegrass mandolinist Adam Steffey, professional guitarist Rick Vandivier, Professional guitarist & original member of Strunz & Farah, Ardeshir Farah and many more. Keiser is the Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival Scholarship Awardee 2016 Guitar Finalist from The Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival, Oak Hill, New York. Jason currently performs and records in various ensembles throughout the Bay Area including Vintage Noise Music, The Contemporary Collective, Colectivo, and is the musical director and composer for the Bay Area professional SpaceGrass fusion large ensemble The New Acoustic Collective.David Boyden: Fiddle & Baritone Fiddle David Boyden is a violinist and fiddler born and bred in the San Francisco Bay Area. He attended Ruth Asawa School of the Arts and San Francisco State University, and currently works as a freelancer and teacher. In addition to the New Acoustic Collective, he plays with several other groups working in a variety of genres, including the Pine Needles (bluegrass, rock, jazz), the 29th St. Swingtet (gypsy jazz, swing), and Kaptain Bottletop, a group dedicated to exploring Scandinavian music and other folk genres. In addition to the violin, he plays an incredible 10-stringed fiddle built by the Norwegian luthier Salve Håkedal. He is also currently learning to play the hardanger fiddle. In 2012, he served as an intern for the Chrysalis Foundation in San Francisco, performing the music of Cris Forster on his original acoustic instruments tuned in just intonation.Alonso Sanchez: Double Bass/Pizzicato Alonso Sanchez is an upright and electric bass player, born in Mexico City, but raised in California. Under close mentorship of bass gurus Gus Kambeitz, Agustin Bernal, and Dan Robbins; Alonso is a seasoned bass player. Attending San Jose State at the moment, he is part of multiple other ensembles, including the New Acoustic Collective, which constantly performs around the Bay Area. Rodrigo Ruiz: Double Bass/Arco & Pizzicato Victor started his musical journey around age 10 sharing the same dream with a lot of people of becoming a famous Rockstar. And thus, he started learning classical guitar around 2011. And he kept taking guitar lessons until his guitar instructor passed several years later. Around his junior year in high school, a friend of Victor invited him to join a youth orchestra group called YMCO. And it was here where he started his musical journey as a classical bassists and decided to pursue music as his career in college. Today, Victor is one of the two classical bassists currently studying at SJSU under the instruction of Bruce Moyer.Nathaniel Grohmann: Cello Nathaniel Grohmann is a cellist based in the Bay Area. He has taken cello lessons starting at Homestead High School, under cellist Paul Hyun. Over his musical development his focus and interest started with orchestral music. His experiences with the Homestead Symphony Orchestra have shaped his development as a musician, with him eventually performing and transcribing Bottesini’s second bass concerto with the orchestra his senior year of high school. His interest in chamber music also began his senior year of high school, where he and several friends formed a piano quintet and performed Schubert’s “Trout” Quintet at the CMEA solo/ensemble festival in San Jose and progressing to the state festival in Sacramento later that year. He is currently in his second year studying cello performance in San Jose State under cellist Peter Gelfand.TICKETS::tix.musae.me/quintet

LIVE FROM ART HOUSEArt House Gallery Presents a LIVE STREAM Saturday, March 6th at 6:30 pm PT featuring The New Acoustic Collective String Quintet.TICKETS::tix.musae.me/quintet FEATURINGJason Keiser, guitar, tres cubano, and mandolin David Boyden, fiddle and baritone fiddleAlonso Sanchez, double bass/pizzicato Rodrigo Ruiz, double bass/arco and pizzicatoNathaniel Grohmann, cello TICKETS::tix.musae.me/quintet The New Acoustic Collective String Quintet Members Bio: Jason Keiser: Guitar, Tres Cubano, Mandolin Jason Keiser is a professional guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, multi-stylist, recording artist, arranger and composer based out of the Bay Area currently residing in San Jose, California. Jason has studied under Tony Rice Unit member, professional bluegrass guitarist Wyatt Rice, professional bluegrass mandolinist Adam Steffey, professional guitarist Rick Vandivier, Professional guitarist & original member of Strunz & Farah, Ardeshir Farah and many more. Keiser is the Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival Scholarship Awardee 2016 Guitar Finalist from The Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival, Oak Hill, New York. Jason currently performs and records in various ensembles throughout the Bay Area including Vintage Noise Music, The Contemporary Collective, Colectivo, and is the musical director and composer for the Bay Area professional SpaceGrass fusion large ensemble The New Acoustic Collective.David Boyden: Fiddle & Baritone Fiddle David Boyden is a violinist and fiddler born and bred in the San Francisco Bay Area. He attended Ruth Asawa School of the Arts and San Francisco State University, and currently works as a freelancer and teacher. In addition to the New Acoustic Collective, he plays with several other groups working in a variety of genres, including the Pine Needles (bluegrass, rock, jazz), the 29th St. Swingtet (gypsy jazz, swing), and Kaptain Bottletop, a group dedicated to exploring Scandinavian music and other folk genres. In addition to the violin, he plays an incredible 10-stringed fiddle built by the Norwegian luthier Salve Håkedal. He is also currently learning to play the hardanger fiddle. In 2012, he served as an intern for the Chrysalis Foundation in San Francisco, performing the music of Cris Forster on his original acoustic instruments tuned in just intonation.Alonso Sanchez: Double Bass/Pizzicato Alonso Sanchez is an upright and electric bass player, born in Mexico City, but raised in California. Under close mentorship of bass gurus Gus Kambeitz, Agustin Bernal, and Dan Robbins; Alonso is a seasoned bass player. Attending San Jose State at the moment, he is part of multiple other ensembles, including the New Acoustic Collective, which constantly performs around the Bay Area. Rodrigo Ruiz: Double Bass/Arco & Pizzicato Victor started his musical journey around age 10 sharing the same dream with a lot of people of becoming a famous Rockstar. And thus, he started learning classical guitar around 2011. And he kept taking guitar lessons until his guitar instructor passed several years later. Around his junior year in high school, a friend of Victor invited him to join a youth orchestra group called YMCO. And it was here where he started his musical journey as a classical bassists and decided to pursue music as his career in college. Today, Victor is one of the two classical bassists currently studying at SJSU under the instruction of Bruce Moyer.Nathaniel Grohmann: Cello Nathaniel Grohmann is a cellist based in the Bay Area. He has taken cello lessons starting at Homestead High School, under cellist Paul Hyun. Over his musical development his focus and interest started with orchestral music. His experiences with the Homestead Symphony Orchestra have shaped his development as a musician, with him eventually performing and transcribing Bottesini’s second bass concerto with the orchestra his senior year of high school. His interest in chamber music also began his senior year of high school, where he and several friends formed a piano quintet and performed Schubert’s “Trout” Quintet at the CMEA solo/ensemble festival in San Jose and progressing to the state festival in Sacramento later that year. He is currently in his second year studying cello performance in San Jose State under cellist Peter Gelfand. TICKETS::tix.musae.me/quintet

Celebrate The Full Moon this Saturday Night February 27th with 2 LIVE BANDS Streaming Broadcasting ONLINE!!!ART HOUSE GALLERY IS PROUD TO PRESENT: FISTFIGHT WITH TRAFFIC & BLUE INDEEDA LIVE STREAM/BROADCASTTICKETS: https://www.musae.me/arthouse/experiences/960/art-houseFebruary 27th 6:30 -8;00 PMDonation$5.00 + Sliding ScalePlease Support the Arts!!TICKETS: https://www.musae.me/arthouse/experiences/960/art-houseBLUE INDEEDThey’re singing can only be described as the “youthful crooning of a croaked toad somewhere in the misty valleys.” Along with songwriter Louie Lewis, percussion Jonny Freeman, and bassist Logan Littlefield, they continue to push the limits of the artistic comforts in which they inhabit, forcing newly emerging musical larva to take form and thrive.BLUE INDEED IS:Logan LittlefieldLogan Littlefield: As a guitarist turned bassist, Logan has found himself a nice place in the pocket and low end of each song. Inspired heavily by bands such as The Flaming Lips, Muse, RATM, and Primus, Logan brings a nice blend of grit and groove to the music.Louie Lewis (Lead Guitar): Louie Lewis is a most spiritulent, bay-area feck-of-the soul finder born in Houston, Texas. Music entered his life at the age of 13 and since then he has been compulsively honing the craft of songwriting and slowly expanding the library of genres from which he draws. He and his band Blue, Indeed have played shows all throughout Northern California, namely the Bay Area. His guitar style could be described as “manic” and “impressionistic.”Jonny Freeman (Drums)Jonny Freeman joined this magical music wagon way back in the twenty first century’s first fifth. You can see him behind the drum kit, swinging his sticks to the sweet tunes of Blue, Indeed.Victor Ramone (Lead Vocals + Rhythm Guitar): Victor Ramon is the vocalist and guitarist for Bay Area Degenerate Pop/Cromagnon Rock band Blue, Indeed.Fistfight With TrafficFistfight With Traffic began as an idea in Logan’s garage that quickly evolved into something much greater. With genre influences from Jazz to Shoegaze to Nu Metal, Fistfight With Traffic finds it difficult to pin down an exact genre to sit in, but one thing is for certain. They all love what they play, and that’s what really matters. So hopefully the ears their music falls upon enjoy every minute of it as well.FISTFIGHT WITH TRAFFIC IS::Logan Littlefield: As a guitarist turned bassist, Logan has found himself a nice place in the pocket and low end of each song. Inspired heavily by bands such as The Flaming Lips, Muse, RATM, and Primus, Logan brings a nice blend of grit and groove to the music.Mat Gracias: A Brazilian born guitarist with a heart for the arts. Mat brings both melody and harmony to the forefront in his role as both the rhythm and lead guitarist, with inspirations including Pink Floyd, Talking Heads, Radiohead, and Big Thief.Kyle Libatique: A passionate percussionist inspired by the likes of Dave Grohl and Travis Barker, Kyle crushes the groove and everything around it, making sure to keep you on your toes. No matter the song, Kyle makes sure that you’re bumpin’ along with it.Maddi Schrader: An eccentric vocalist inspired by Alicia Keys, Kendrick Lamar, Relient K, and Tchaikovsky, Maddi approaches her singing with a feeling of Soul and RnB with the flow of a river. Give her the stage and surrender your ears for a while.https://www.musae.me/arthouse/experiences/960/art-house

Celebrate The Full Moon this Saturday Night February 27th with 2 LIVE BANDS Streaming Broadcasting ONLINE!!!ART HOUSE GALLERY IS PROUD TO PRESENT: FISTFIGHT WITH TRAFFIC & BLUE INDEEDA LIVE STREAM/BROADCASTTICKETS: https://www.musae.me/arthouse/experiences/960/art-houseFebruary 27th 6:30 -8;00 PMDonation$5.00 + Sliding ScalePlease Support the Arts!!TICKETS: https://www.musae.me/arthouse/experiences/960/art-houseBLUE INDEEDThey’re singing can only be described as the “youthful crooning of a croaked toad somewhere in the misty valleys.” Along with songwriter Louie Lewis, percussion Jonny Freeman, and bassist Logan Littlefield, they continue to push the limits of the artistic comforts in which they inhabit, forcing newly emerging musical larva to take form and thrive.BLUE INDEED IS:Logan LittlefieldLogan Littlefield: As a guitarist turned bassist, Logan has found himself a nice place in the pocket and low end of each song. Inspired heavily by bands such as The Flaming Lips, Muse, RATM, and Primus, Logan brings a nice blend of grit and groove to the music.Louie Lewis (Lead Guitar): Louie Lewis is a most spiritulent, bay-area feck-of-the soul finder born in Houston, Texas. Music entered his life at the age of 13 and since then he has been compulsively honing the craft of songwriting and slowly expanding the library of genres from which he draws. He and his band Blue, Indeed have played shows all throughout Northern California, namely the Bay Area. His guitar style could be described as “manic” and “impressionistic.”Jonny Freeman (Drums)Jonny Freeman joined this magical music wagon way back in the twenty first century’s first fifth. You can see him behind the drum kit, swinging his sticks to the sweet tunes of Blue, Indeed.Victor Ramone (Lead Vocals + Rhythm Guitar): Victor Ramon is the vocalist and guitarist for Bay Area Degenerate Pop/Cromagnon Rock band Blue, Indeed.Fistfight With TrafficFistfight With Traffic began as an idea in Logan’s garage that quickly evolved into something much greater. With genre influences from Jazz to Shoegaze to Nu Metal, Fistfight With Traffic finds it difficult to pin down an exact genre to sit in, but one thing is for certain. They all love what they play, and that’s what really matters. So hopefully the ears their music falls upon enjoy every minute of it as well.FISTFIGHT WITH TRAFFIC IS::Logan Littlefield: As a guitarist turned bassist, Logan has found himself a nice place in the pocket and low end of each song. Inspired heavily by bands such as The Flaming Lips, Muse, RATM, and Primus, Logan brings a nice blend of grit and groove to the music.Mat Gracias: A Brazilian born guitarist with a heart for the arts. Mat brings both melody and harmony to the forefront in his role as both the rhythm and lead guitarist, with inspirations including Pink Floyd, Talking Heads, Radiohead, and Big Thief.Kyle Libatique: A passionate percussionist inspired by the likes of Dave Grohl and Travis Barker, Kyle crushes the groove and everything around it, making sure to keep you on your toes. No matter the song, Kyle makes sure that you’re bumpin’ along with it.Maddi Schrader: An eccentric vocalist inspired by Alicia Keys, Kendrick Lamar, Relient K, and Tchaikovsky, Maddi approaches her singing with a feeling of Soul and RnB with the flow of a river. Give her the stage and surrender your ears for a while.https://www.musae.me/arthouse/experiences/960/art-house

PLEASE SUPPORT THE ARTS and SEE LIVE STREAM BROADCASTS Presented by Art House Gallery and Cultural Center Only a $5.00 Donation will get you a ticket and you can see at as many times as you want in the future. Here are the concerts we have coming up for Art House.

PLEASE SUPPORT THE ARTS &SEE LIVE STREAM BROADCASTS Presented by Art House Gallery & Cultural CenterOnly a $5.00 Donation will get you a ticket and you can see at as many times as you want in the future.Here are the concerts we have coming up for Art House.

Feb 13: tix.musae.me/language

Feb 20: tix.musae.me/flamango

Feb 27 https://www.musae.me/arthouse/experiences/960/art-house

March 6: tix.musae.me/quintet

March 20: tix.musae.me/spellbinder

GREAT BANDS and Wonderful Music