100 Connecticut St
San Francisco, California 94107

Bored? Frustrated? CHANGE THE WORLD!

Come to Potrero Hill and learn Dom Sagolla's 'Vote Obama' song (http://official.dom.net), and use it to bring Hope for Change. Dom's set will also feature other original political and non-political songs for acoustic guitar and voice at one of San Francisco's best barfront venues.

Dom will play in between sets from the Bay Area's Seconds on End (http://secondsonend.com). More about everyone's favorite up-and-coming jam band:

Proud to flaunt their Golden State roots, Seconds On End follow in the footsteps of all the great California rock groups gone by. Fusing elements from varying genres, 60’s psychedelic rock to funk, reggae and everything in between, they create a sound that is wholly their own. S.O.E. have been wowing crowds in Norcal and beyond with their organic, groove-oriented jams, and their numerous catchy riffs also happen to make for great ringtones.

Always pilgrims of stoke, Seconds On End has earned a reputation from their loyal and growing fanbase as one of the gems of the Bay Area music scene. Since 2002 they have been captivating audiences with their intoxicating blend of original psychedelic rock, funk, reggae, and great songwriting. The band's October 2005 CD release "Shadowland" contains several radio-ready tracks which showcase a band that is starting to turn heads. They bring an intense shamanic energy to the stage which is amplified by years of building chemistry with each other and their loyal fans.

After five years of gigging together, veteran musicians and co-lead guitarists Nick Peters (Soul Patch, The Tony Khalife Group) and Peter Sawyer (Great North Special) weave expressive melodies with each other intuitively. The band and audience ride on the untouchably smooth and funky grooves of Jae Hendrickson (Open Space Project) on drums and Brian Vandemark (Open Space Project, Neurohumors) on bass. Seconds On End also features Carrie Adler soulful vocals and her steller oboe, which gives the band a timbre seldom heard in rock. Their songs offer a journey that is diverse, fun, subtle, and always deep.

The band has two albums to their credit: "Shadowland" (Oct 2005) and "The Glow" (Sept 2002).

Come and check out Second On End's soulful brand of 100% local, organic homegrown rock!

Official Website: http://official.dom.net/2008/08/vote-obama.html

Added by dom on September 12, 2008

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