Noah Sterba & Max Clarke Free Country/Folk Living Room Show | SF
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Dogpatch | 3rd St. & 22nd St., San Francisco, CA
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Come out for an intimate night of music at a living room in Dogpatch featuring singer-songwriter Noah Sterba and Max Clarke (with the Cut Worms) on February 20, 2016. Doors open at 7 pm.
This is also a limited capacity event, so please RSVP early – first come, first serve.
There will be alcohol served at this show (21+). Please arrive early to find your favorite seat. Parking shouldn’t be too bad as it’s in a semi-industrial area within Dogpatch.
Noah Sterba is a singer-songwriter from Omaha, Nebraska and part of Simon Joyner’s band – The Ghosts.
Noah is one of them prairies, playing various projects and projecting always onward. In these years of late, Noah has turned [Redacted] but [Redacted] Crispin and Clover all over Etc. He must be crate digging on the wide web, off and on is the always band ‘The Cocktails’ which rotates around 13 or so members. Sputtering out blue words, Noah can be found in various states – The Ghosts, Cocktails, [Redacted], Lazy Wranglers, The Cheap Smokes, Yuppies, The Dirt Naps, etc. Always be on the lookout. Home Fi Seriousness that’s legs-a-kimbo baby babay.
Max Clarke (Cut Worms)
Cut Worms is a little band that was based out of Chicago, but recently frontman Max Clarke moved to New York where the project will be based out of going forward.
Cut Worms’ latest release At Home has the band sounding like they’d be playing in a garage converted to look like an ironic 50s malt shop rather than the Empty Bottle. The combination of crunchy lo-fi guitar and retro melodies pays off big time, and doesn’t feel forced or kitschy at all. Each track on the release has a distinct feel and sound while remaining coherent.