Kelley Stoltz released his new record Double Exposure this week via Jack White’s Third Man Records (order your copy here), and he’s celebrating Saturday night at The Chapel with The Mantles and veterans of the ’60s San Francisco psychedelic scene Sopwith Camel. The fine folks at Valencia Street’s newest venue were nice enough to provide us with a pair of ducats for one lucky reader of The Bay Bridged.
Following Double Exposure‘s first single, the fantastically tripped-out proto-psych song “Kim Chee Taco Man”, Stoltz recently dropped the album’s title track, a rockin’ garage pop gem that’s decidedly more uptempo than his ode to a certain purveyor of Korean/Mexican grub. Listen to “Double Exposure”, and then get details on Saturday’s record release show and how to enter for your chance to snag some free tickets, below.
To enter for a chance to win tickets to see Kelley Stoltz, The Mantles, and Sopwith Camel at The Chapel, email firstname.lastname@example.org with “Kelley Stoltz” in the subject line and your full name and email address in the body of the email. A winner will be selected at random and notified via email.
Kelley Stoltz, The Mantles, Sopwith Camel
September 28, 2013
9pm, $12–15 (all ages)