Bobby & The Pins (Members of El Vez, Schizophonics, Mittens, Creepy Creeps), Hammered Satin, Mrs. Henry, The Surrealistics – Tickets – Adams Avenue Street Fair – San Diego, CA – September 22nd, 2019

Bobby & The Pins (Members of El Vez, Schizophonics, Mittens, Creepy Creeps), Hammered Satin, Mrs. Henry, The Surrealistics

Casbah presents

Bobby & The Pins (Members of El Vez, Schizophonics, Mittens, Creepy Creeps)

Hammered Satin

Mrs. Henry

The Surrealistics

Sun, September 22, 2019

Doors: 11:00 am / Show: 12:00 pm

Adams Avenue Street Fair

San Diego, CA

FREE

This event is all ages

Bobby & The Pins (Members of El Vez, Schizophonics, Mittens, Creepy Creeps)
Bobby & The Pins (Members of El Vez, Schizophonics, Mittens, Creepy Creeps)
San Diego’s Favorite Band, Stick it to You!
Featuring an All Star “San Diego Music Awards Winners” line up,
members of El Vez, The Schizophonics, The Creepy Creeps & The Mittens.
Attach yourself to this Multi-Racial, Multi-Gender, Multi-Generational,
“Why can’t we all……. just get it on?!” Mind-Penetration!
They will Nail you with their mix of Politico Soul.
They will Spike you with their brand of Danceable Punk.
They will Tack you with their Groovy Garage Grind.
A live show that can’t be Pinned by the boundaries stage.
You will be Skewered by this visual sweat-fest!
Dance & Shout along as they announce the end of summer
& Stab you into the new direction.
Catch this their last show before heading into the studio!

Bobby & The Pins, they will Pin You! Ow!
Mrs. Henry
Mrs. Henry
Burnin’ nitro soul all for the sake of rock n’ roll, Mrs. Henry is a live band. An electric baptism more likely to draw converts than appease convention. Every time the beat drops, the organ swells, the guitar squeals and the bass charges through the mystical into an intergalactic boogie, it’s only the reckless moment that you hear - in all of its murderous triumph. On a torrent of improvisation, Mrs. Henry penetrates the pandemonium. Endurance is their vocation and bringing live music into a new era is their occupation. Landing heavy on the one, leaning hard into the two, Mrs. Henry is a constant reminder that rock n’ roll - seething, bleeding, living rock n’ roll - is always relevant.

Since 2012, Mrs. Henry has shuffled, swung and boogied their way into cult status, earning an unrivaled reputation atop their already well-established individual credits. Based in Otay, California, and fronted by guitarist, Daniel Cervantes (Howlin’ Rain, Creature and the Woods), the quartet features keyboardist and crooner Jody Bagley (The Blue Moonies, Cathouse Thursday), drummer Chad Lee (Elijah Ford, The Silent Comedy) and bassist Blake Dean (Happy Ron Hill, Boss Run).

With their latest release Vol. II, Mrs. Henry completes the second half of their ambitious two-volume debut. A thunderous roar across the aesthetically driven rock landscape, Vol. II was recorded straight to tape without second-guessing or second chances. The 3-LP debut is a seminal battle cry and collective manifesto, combining in-studio and on-stage live recordings, proving once again that spontaneity will never die and that the art of abandonment will always belong to rock n’ roll.

Mrs. Henry’s Mothership is ready for lift off and all you got to do is climb aboard.
The Surrealistics
The Surrealistics
Meet five of your favorite Frankensteins. Stephanie Brown & The Surrealistics is a five piece rock ensemble featuring front lady Stephanie Brown. The group's inception began in late September of 2016 as a duo between Brown and lead guitarist Ryan Amyot. The duo began co-writing tunes hoping for a sultry subdued sound, but eventually morphed into a psychedelic rock five-piece with organ heavy riffs. Bringing in members Michael Stell on keys, Andrew Ware on drums, and Hunter Stewart on bass, their sound has been hastily evolving, and will continue to see rapid growth throughout 2018 and beyond. Brown has been performing in the greater San Diego, CA area with several groups over the past few years, including psych rock band Ocelot, that had the pleasure of opening up for the Budos Band at the Belly Up in 2016. In addition to this, she had the pleasure of recording at the legendary Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL in March of 2016 for the release of the Gregg Allman's final masterpiece album, Southern Blood - working alongside talented producer Don Was and closely with Allman himself. Stephanie sings in a raspy contralto, her lyrics often hauntingly melancholic with subtle existential themes. Their sound strives to bring back a 1950's-60's sound. So far, their debut tunes have been compared very broadly to artists including: Link Wray, Mazzy Star, Grace Slick, Lana Del Rey, The Dead Weather and Nirvana.
Venue Information:
Adams Avenue Street Fair
Adams Avenue and 33rd St.
San Diego, CA, 92116