Earlier this summer, the Bohemian profiled Sonoma County folk songwriter Frankie Boots, the front man of Frankie Boots & the County Line, whose new album, Leave the Light On, is awash in dusty Americana charm and soulful melodies.
While Boots is known to many for his acoustic affirmations, this week he unveils an altogether louder electric sound when he plays in Forestville this month with his new outfit, Frankie Boots & the City Limits. The new trio promises to shred the stage at the old school Forestville Club with punk rockers Bucc Nyfe and high energy project Sharkmouth in a show dubbed “Louder Things,” a play off the great new Netflix series “Stranger Things” (hence the awesome show flyer designed by Boots himself).
This is an awesome lineup of Sonoma County bands, and at five bucks, it’s a steal of a show. Don’t miss Frankie Boots & the City Limits when they play on Friday, Aug 12 at the Forestville Club, 6250 Front St, Forestville. 8pm.
Brooklyn punk rockers The Nuclears are a power pack of long hair, leather jackets, cool shades and good times. Their blistering throwback punk riffs and blazing guitar solos make them an instant hit at clubs around their native New York City, and tonight the the Nuclears are cranking up the amps at the Forestville Club as part of a national tour.
The group’s last album, 2014 album, This is How We Party, gives Andrew WK a run for his money, with a blend of positive vibes and great songs that flash back to the Ramones and Stooges while keeping things fresh and fun in the here and now.
Hopefully, the Forestville Club has plenty of Rolling Rock beer stocked for the show tonight, when the five party animals that make up the Nuclears get loud and rowdy, 6250 Front St, Forestville. 8pm. $5.