The Great Northern Valley

This weekend has been pretty crazy! For this Monday blog post, I thought I’d share what adventures we got into.

Last year, Red Rock Recording, the studio in which Red Rock Coffee and Highway Community Church ran, was shut down. The building got bought out by a larger tech company. This saddened us great, because not only was an amazing studio with lots of our memories gone, but our practice studio (alongside our friend Dogcatcher) was also gone. This left the band homeless. That all changed last week. We got ourselves a new spot, complete with some ace grafiti on the walls.

and some awkward dudes…

The weekend was grand though! We headed out to Marysville first to play with our friends in Brolly, and also with Brave Season. The show got switched last minute from it’s intended venue, to a really cool old art gallery. Amazing spot!

That night we got to hang with our friend in Brolly, and we stayed with their bassist Cub! That was an amazing night filled with In-N-Out and a late night viewing of The Jackass Movie. Real high-class stuff.

The next night was in Sacramento at our favorite ye olde style british pub, The Fox and Goose!

And lastly, we spend Sunday playing Sunday Streets! The City of SF shuts down entire streets for a street-fair like bonanza of bikes and people. This time they shut down The Embarcadero along all the piers, and people could ride and walk around at their leisure.We met some cool people (most of which were under the ages of ten!) Thank you to the Sunday Streets organization for asking us to play!

Then there was a night of Sushi with Erin from Curious Quail, and of course an epic viewing of the new LED light installation on the Bay Bridge!

Thank you one and all for attending our shows, and for making this a very memorable weekend! If any missed our SF set and wants to see us play the Bay, come check us out this Saturday, March 16th at The Art Boutiki, for their last show before they move to their new location and continue the rock n roll!

We love you all!