My band, This Can’t End Well, is playing tomorrow evening with the most excellent folks in Makeunder!
We’re playing at one of my favorite venues, too- the charming antique store and private venue, Viracocha.
Here’s the details:
Wednesday July 24th
21st & Valencia
San Francisco, CA
My band, This Can’t End Well, is playing at Viracocha in the mission this evening.
Please come out! If you can, kindly RSVP on the Facebook Event.
Not Waving But Drowning – a junkyard cabaret from Brooklyn – is converging on Viracocha to deliver joyful indie rock spiked with shipwrecked shanties and Appalachian reels.
NWBD will be joined by Burlington Vermont’s own Kris Gruen, whose songs soften the world’s sharp edges like a glass of exceptionally fine bourbon, as well as San Francisco’s own string-informed experimental indie This Can’t End Well.
8pm – Kris Gruen – www.krisgruen.com
9pm – Not Waving But Drowning – www.wavingdrowning.com
10pm – This Can’t End Well – www.thiscantendwell.com
You don’t want to miss this show. I will neither confirm or deny that we are doing a Hall & Oates cover.
998 Valencia Street, San Francisco, California
I imagine this set will be full of things you haven’t heard from me in a long time as well as things you’ve never heard before.
Also this is my favorite venue in SF right now, and it’s only got 50 seats!
They assure me that the link for presale tickets will be up at TheLostChurch.com really soon, so check there to see if you can get tickets ahead of time.
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Written, Produced, Directed, Shot and Edited by Chad Michael Ward and Niko Sonnberger
Assistant Editors: Diana Lopez and Mary Taylor
Gaffer: Carlos Oropeza
Production Designer: Sarah Taub
Grip/PA: Fefe Amazing
Makeup: Cris Alex
Lolita: CourtLyn Canñan
Man: T.C. Smith
This Can’t End Well is:
Star St.Germain – Vocals, Cello, Laptop, Guitar
Kristen Adam – Viola, Glockenspiel
Adam Willumsen – Violin
Location courtesy of Sarah Taub
Lighting package courtesy of Dean Nichols
Additional props courtesy of Allan Barnes