From the north tip of the East Bay in Richmond comes an adventurous new breed of rock and roll with Major Powers and The Lo-Fi Symphony, playing two shows in the Bay Area this week.
Tonight, the three-piece group made up of Dylan Gautschi, Kevin Gautschi, and Nick Powers will grace the stage of Moe’s Alley in Santa Cruz with rising SF rockers Kingsborough.
On Friday, February 10, Major Powers will be in San Francisco at the Bottom of the Hill for a late-night extravaganza with fellow Bay Area bands Vinyl Spectrum and Mayya and the Revolutionary Hell Yeah! opening the evening.
To describe their sound, the band asks you to “imagine Mary Poppins writing songs for Weezer during a cliff diving competition between Freddie Mercury and Tom Waits while Danny Elfman makes out with Indiana Jones during a game of Dungeons & Dragons. Or don’t imagine that and listen for yourself.”
Major Powers and The Lo-Fi Symphony, Kingsborough
February 8, 2017
8:30pm, $5 (21+)
Major Powers and The Lo-Fi Symphony, Vinyl Spectrum, Mayya and the Revolutionary Hell Yeah!
Bottom of the Hill
February 10, 2017