Buxter Hoot'n EP release show, Cafe du Nord 8/17/12

Dreamy, harmony-laden San Francisco Americana outfit Buxter Hoot'n will play Cafe du Nord on August 17th, 2012 to herald the arrival of their new EP, Na Na Na. To celebrate, the band promises many departures from the traditional show. The band will perform two sets, comprised of both new and old work, covering their entire catalog over the course of the night. Buxter Hoot'n will also bring in several guest performers, including Fox & Woman, Quinn Deveaux, and Kelly McFarling. Jugtown Pirates open. You can see the video for "Kids Those Days", the featured track from Na Na Na, below. [...]

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Buxter Hoot'n announce new EP out 9/4/12, drop video for first single, and plan release show at Cafe Du Nord

San Francisco-based "indie Americana rock" band Buxter Hoot'n announced its fourth release, an EP entitled Na Na Na that is slated to come out September 4th. Recorded in Chicago (just a short way from bandleaders Vince and Jim Dewald's hometown of Mishawaka, Indiana) and produced by Greg Magers, Na Na Na features six tracks of the band's distinctively rootsy mixture of guitar, bass, drums, and violin, as well as the beautifully intertwining vocals of Vince Dewald and Melissa Merrill. In conjunction with announcing Na Na Na's release, Buxter Hoot'n also premiered the video for the EP's first single, the stirring [...]

By |July 13, 2012|Tags: |

Recommended, 4/4-4/10: Papercuts, The Wrong Words, The Dodos, and more

Every Monday, we'll be offering you early picks for some of the week's best concerts. Do you think we omitted something worthwhile? Let us know in the comments! Be sure to visit our Local Concert Calendar for an expanded set of daily listings. Papercuts return home with Fading Parade I've been listening to Fading Parade, the latest from Papercuts, like crazy lately, and every spin has me confused as to why this band isn't yet a bigger name. Jason Quever has constructed an album that's lush and layered, but rooted in great pop songs that thrive in the haze. Papercuts [...]

April 2010 Monthly Mix (Podcast #211)

[podcast]http://media.libsyn.com/media/thebaybridged/April_2010_Mix_1.mp3[/podcast] Our latest Monthly Mix episode of the weekly podcast includes music from nine Bay Area bands, including a number of submissions and some recently blogged-about artists. Enjoy! Subscribe to the The Bay Bridged weekly podcast to get each new episode downloaded free to your iTunes the moment it's published! About this week's bands: The Heavenly States ("A Man For Our Times") recently contributed a song to the Karl Rove: Courage and Consequence compilation. They also have a new EP coming out this summer. The Blank Tapes ("Driving Out Of My Mind") have a new album, Home Away From Home, [...]

Recommended: Nick Jaina, Mark Matos & Os Beaches, Buxter Hoot’n, Monday @ Elbo Room

Thinking a little ahead to the near future (for once), this coming Monday, the Elbo Room is hosting a solid and extremely affordable evening of Americana/psych rock, with Nick Jaina (Portland), Mark Matos & Os Beaches and Buxter Hoot'n (8:30pm, $5 and $2 drink specials!!). Like other current superstars of the PDX folk scene -- such as Loch Lomond, Shelley Short and Weinland -- the Nick Jaina band boasts outstanding musicianship, vivacious stage performance and overall just embody the local folk flavor. Jaina is on the brink of already his fourth HUSH Records release, A Bird In The Opera House, [...]

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