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Sugartown opensWednesday, April 26, 2017, 8:00 pm (doors open at 7:00 pm)
$20 adv / $22 doorPurchase tickets online
April 26 8:00 pm
NOTE: All tickets priced $12 or more are subject to a $4 per ticket facility fee. For this show, the facility fee has been built into the published price.
Don Arbor is a Berkeley-based singer, songwriter, and award-winning video artist whose sweet tenor and upbeat take on life are on vivid display in his new single, "It Should Have Been Me," currently climbing the charts around the country. You can listen to the track here: [Listen to "It Should Have Been Me"]. Don's music video, "Salam Pax," was a Best Music Video award winner at the Berkeley Video and Film Festival. You can view it at the link below. Don has collaborated with Bay Area legends Barbara Higbie and Mike Marshall, among many other luminaries, on his two-CD set, "Man on a Mission," and the "Don Arbor" EP, which features "County D," a beautiful melody composed by Barbara and enhanced by Don's poignant lyrics and soaring vocals. Don and Barbara's moving music video of "County D" can also be seen at the link below.
Sugartown is an Americana-folk-indie quartet served up with a hefty dose of Southern Moonshine. We’re all about the harmonies -- and all about that bass! (We are blessed with the intricate bass lines of local jazzman Dan Seamans.) Former Don't Look Back frontman Brian Bloom and local songwriter and author Zoe FitzGerald Carter are on vocals and guitar and Martyn “The professa” Smith keeps us honest on percussion.
photo by Irene Young
Listen to sample tracks from upcoming artists.