859 O'Farrell Street
San Francisco, California 94109

Culled from such notables as American Sensei and the Stick Figures, Oranger rocketed onto the San Francisco music scene with their debut "Doorway To Norway"(Pray For Mojo) in 1998. Critics heralded them as "Pretty Good. Pretty Damn Good, I'll Tell You What!". Continued rockin' live performances garnished them a reputation as a band people would pay good money to see. This was helped, in part, by the lovable onstage antics of drummer Jim Lindsay who earned favorable comparisons to Keith Moon and Olivia DeHaviland. Highly recommended for fans of the Elephant 6 collective bands, Grandaddy, the Beach Boys.

Official Website: http://www.gamh.com

Added by Hipflex Skanker on December 1, 2006



sadness, i will be in ny for work and will have to miss this.


Posted by Oranger (http://www.myspace.com/oranger) -

Hola Orangerians,

Now that it's 2007 and everyone has hover shoes, laser pants, and is downloading movies directly to their teeth, it's a great time to have what the ancient people referred to as "a rock show." Come down the beautiful and spacious Great American Music Hall this Friday (Jan 5) to get down in a quaint olde tyme wayye. We'll be using such classics as "electricity," "acoustic drums," and even actual human throat sounds. It should be a real corker.

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01/05/2007 08:00 PM - Great American Music Hall
859 O'Farrell St.
San Francisco, California 94109
Cost: $12
Description: w/ The Botticellis, Teri Falini (CD Release), ALL AGES!!!