On the 14th of July 1789, the citizenry of Paris stormed, the Bastille to secure ammunition and powder for the 30,000 muskets they had seized earlier in the day. Had they seized 30,000 musettes instead, French, and perhaps world history might of taken a decidedly different turn.
In the spirit of distributing, if not Musettes, at least music to the masses, Go Van Gogh is commemorating this monumental day. Throwing over the prevailing bourgeois esthetics, to foster a spirit of liberty, equality, and fraternity.
And where better than Revolution, the little Café that knows how to host a good time. One had by all. So come on down to 3248 22nd street on Saturday July 14th. It's 3 sets starting at 9pm.
The San Francisco Chronicle says
"Listening to Go Van Gogh is like traveling the world in your ears, as the band plays an eclectic mix of genres. Their music is like a gateway drug: Once you're hooked on Go Van Gogh, you might dig deeper to search out their musical influences. Go Van Gogh excels at bringing the party wherever they perform"
Official Website: http://govangogh.net
Added by Go Van Gogh on July 2, 2012