“Sounds of the Tenderloin” at The Tenderloin National Forest (SF)
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Tenderloin National Forest | 501 Ellis St, San Francisco, CA
Submitted by the Event Organizer
The Tenderloin Museum is thrilled to present Rent Romus’ Lords of Outland and Black Edgar (David Boyce) in concert at the Tenderloin National Forest. Presented as part of TLM’s Sounds of the Tenderloin live music series, this double header of sonic explorers pays homage to the expansive legacy of experimental, and improvised music in the Bay Area and in particular the scene’s robust and dynamic node in the Tenderloin. The TL’s longest running venue for these sounds has been the Luggage Store Gallery’s artist run Creative Music Series, which has hosted new music of all stripes and skill levels weekly since 1991. Improvisor/composer Rent Romus has curated the series since 2002, and to celebrate this pillar of the new music scene in SF, TLM has invited Romus to perform in the LSG enchanting and intimate outdoor community arts space, the Tenderloin National Forest. Romus’ group, Lords of Outland, will be paired with Black Edgar (David Boyce), for a special afternoon trip through the outer and inner reaches of sonic headspace.
Join us on Saturday, July 2nd at 2:30pm. Free!