311 Glenwood Ave
Raleigh, California 27603

A return pair up with two of our favorite SF bands,The Slippery Slope.
Here is what one critic said about this fabulous group

"With The Slippery Slope, San Francisco has spawned another truly enjoyable act. Their blend of rich classic sounds, sophisticated tunes, and inventive arrangement, makes for a ride that is familiar, but far from pedestrian. You often recognize where you are, but are amazed at how you arrived. If Burt Bacharach reworked Little Willie John's tune "Fever", and handed it off to The Jefferson Airplane, it might sound almost as good as The Slippery Slope."

They can be found at

We are also blessed to have The Bodice Rippers on the bill. This band plays a dark sultry blend, all the better to be a vehicle for the luscious voice of Megan, who fronts the band..


If you want to know whats really happening in Bay Area music, this is the show to see.



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"

Added by Go Van Gogh on May 30, 2012

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