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North Bay Cabaret Gets Strange This Weekend

Posted by: on Apr 18, 2017 | Comments (0)

Sonoma County’s boldest monthly variety show, North Bay Cabaret takes over the Whiskey Tip in Santa Rosa once again on Friday, April 21, with burlesque, drag, circus, fire, comedy, poetry, hip-hop and more. And in the spirit of the show’s rotating theme, this month’s “Stranger Cabaret” is a science-fiction and horror inspired performance that draws from the strangest source material new and old.

Stranger Cabaret will feature Master of Ceremonies Jake Ward doing his best impression of the Eggo waffle-loving telekinetic experiment “Eleven” from last year’s smash hit series “Stranger Things.” Ward will be presenting a lineup of diverse acts, including Portland drag performance artist Pepper Pepper, Sacramento makeup artist and burlesque dancer Mone’t Ha-Sidi, San Francisco comedian Ash Fisher and many others. Local DJs, hip-hop outfit Antiphony and improv comedy troupe the Gentlemen Bastards will help round out the bill.

In observation of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, all of the raffle proceeds from the event will be donated to Verity, Sonoma County’s only rape crisis, trauma, and healing center – serving the community through prevention, intervention, and counseling.

Stranger Cabaret gets weird on Friday, April 21, at Whiskey Tip, 1910 Sebastopol Rd, Santa Rosa. 7pm. $15. 21 and over.

 

Frankie Boots Gets Loud with New Band

Posted by: on Aug 4, 2016 | Comments (0)

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.