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La Gente, LoCura + Kate Kilbane & The Cellar Doors live\

La Gente, LoCura + Kate Kilbane & The Cellar Doors live\

La Gente & LoCura team up again @ our favorite San Francisco venue: The Boom Boom Room!! + a special performance by Kate Kilbane & The Cellar Doors

La Gente:


Boom Boom Room:

Kate Kilbane & The Cellar Doors:

You dont want to miss this night of Reggae, Flamenco, Hip-Hop, Ska, Cumbia, Rock, Salsa, & Reggaeton

And this event goes till 3am!! The weak need not apply!

Presale tickets $10

At The Door: $15


La Gente Bio:

La Gente is a Bay Area based group led by Colombian/Nicaraguan San Francisco born singer-songwriter Rafael Bustamante Sarria who is also a Resident Artist at the Red Poppy Art House and one of the head organizers for M.A.P.P. (Mission Arts Performance Program). La Gente is a cultural and musical collective has created their own unique Cali-fusion of Reggae, Salsa, Hip-Hop, Cumbia, Rock, and Reggaeton. They perform a high energy dance party with politically and socially charged lyrics and feature a host of guest musicians and Mc's at every show. The group has performed at numerous festivals, universities, radio stations and major venues from San Francisco to Los Angeles to New York, including the Great American Music Hall, Slims, Yoshi's San Francisco, The De Young Museum, Mezzanine, Elbo Room, the VIPER ROOM, Club Vinyl, and the Knitting Factory. And most recently in New Orleans and Austin Texas.

La Gente have also performed in Cartagena-Colombia, Managua-Nicaragua, Santiago-Chile and have spent over a year touring in Europe. Their popularity and showmanship have found them sharing bills with well known major recording artists as George Clinton and The P-Funk All Stars, E-40, The Digital Underground, Hieroglyphics, Digable Planets, Coolio, Pato Banton, Meklit Hadero, Rupa & The April Fishes, Pete Escovedo, B-Side Players, Lyrics Born, Batch & Ras Attitude.

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LoCura bio:

CALIFAS MESTIZO MUSIC: Direct from San Francisco’s fertile music scene, LoCura taps into the diverse sounds that have a rich history in the Bay Area, weaving them together in an uncanny way to reveal their common roots. Mixing Flamenco with Reggae and Cumbia with Ska through contagious rhythms and multiple languages, their music takes you on a ride through a day in the emerging globalized experience where the movement of people and ideas are in constant flux. Reflecting lead vocalist Kata’s own experience of growing up Spanish American in Spain, Italy, and the U.S., LoCura’s music rides the borders of identity and migration piecing together a mosaic of our myriad cultures and experiences. In Spain the expression "Ida y Vuelta" is used to describe certain styles within Flamenco that made a "round-trip" from Spain to Latin America, mixing with music from the African slave and Indigenous populations. With this idea of music traveling and music as creative resistance, LoCura takes the trip back again mixing it up with their own Califas Flamenkito, Reggae, and Cuban Son styles. Moved by the music that crosses borders and takes root in different lands, LoCura draws from this creative 'rebelde' spirit to cultivate the cures passed on from our ancestors.




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Kate Kilbane & The Cellar Doors bio:

Kate Kilbane & The Cellar Doors are a captivating experiment in Rock, Jazz, Soul and Theatre. There original production Weightless recently played four completely sold out shows and won "Best of Fringe" at the SF Fringe Festival. SF Weekly called it "One of the best shows of the year" and the SF Chronicle called it, "an outright revelation!"

Lead by charismatic lead singer, bassist, and self-ascribed literary geek Kate Kilbane, the Cellar Doors have created a performance and sound that walks the fine line between a high energy rock show and off broadway rock opera.

Kate Kilbane grew up in the theater. The daughter of two English professors, she was acting by 6 and directing at 13. After years of training in classic Greek plays and Shakespeare, she teamed up with composer, pianist and saxophone player Daniel Moses and decided to render her love of language and her innate sense of the theatrical in an unexpected context: a rock band. Since them the group has created driving, catchy and original compositions rooted in ancient Greek mythology. They have performed at clubs, and theaters in over 20 cities across the US including Ars Nova and Littlefield in New York City, Room 5 in Los Angeles, The Red Poppy Art House, Lost Church and Viracocha in San Francisco, the Dragon's Den in New Orleans, Kudzu's in Memphis, Cafe Coco in Nashville, as well as venues in Portland, Philly, Cleveland, Chicago, Boulder, Omaha, and Salt Lake City.

Boom Boom Room
1601 Fillmore St
Ticket price: $10 to $15

Saturday, March 9, 2013 from 8:00 PM to 3:00 AM

Boom Boom Room
1601 Fillmore St