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Hell's Kitchen Radio #271: The Music Plays the Band
August 22, 2016 8:00pm
Some nights the music plays the band. That would be this night. What a ton of fun this show was to host. Lots of new music and hidden gems.

For those of you looking for something fun to do this week, I have two shows I recommend.

Thursday night at the Fillmore is my favorite Japanese drone, ambient, metal band Boris! They are celebrating the 10th anniversary of their breakout record PINK! Earth is opening. Come to this show! Bring ear plugs and a chest protector. Trust me.

Friday night at the Uptown in Oakland is a fundraiser for Sean and Monique Lyons, whom many of us know from the local music scene. They moved to Louisiana a year ago only to have a house fire, with no insurance coverage, the day after their one year wedding anniversary. We love the Lyons' and want to help them with all we can, so on this night we gather on their behalf. Tickets and donations at the door night of show. Featuring performances by MoFu!, Maximum Bob, Kehoe International, CACA and MCM and the Monster. Master of ceremonies Sean Boyles.

Caca is some of the best local SF musicians covering FRANK ZAPPA!!! You do not want to miss this show as well.

So many wonderful opportunities to see live local music. Get out and get yours.

Enjoy.

jh

I Love Living in the City: Danko Jones
When the Levee Breaks: Led Zeppelin
September Gurls: Big Star

Gelatinous Cube: Thee Oh Sees
Come Undone: Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan
Deeper Well: Emmylou Harris

Girl Loves Me: David Bowie
Oh Bondage! Up Yours!: X-Ray Specs
Born on the Bayou: Betty Davis
Trickle Down System: Giant Sand

Rich Old White Men: OBNIIs
Battle of Algiers: John Zorn
Famous Blue Raincoat: Leonard Cohen

Black Coffee: Altamont
The Movie: Ken Nordine
Delta of Venus: Anywhere

Fall on Me: REM
Poems: Jack Kerouac
Incinerate: Sonic Youth
Journey in Satchidananda: Alice Coltrane

The Pill: Loretta Lynn
The Rocker: Thin Lizzy

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