Music


Music at the Pub

On Wednesdays, come on down to the Pub for some great food, incredible beers, and enjoy some great music. Here's what's upcoming:

November Music

 

NOVEMBER MUSIC

Please send booking inquiries to booking@ironspringspub.com.  Music starts at 8pm except on 11/19 when it’s 7:30.

Wednesday November 5th

Matt Eakle Band – Flute-Fired Fusion

The flutist in the David Grisman Quintet since 1989, Matt Eakle, teams up with Joey Edelman on piano, Alex Baum on bass and Jack Dorsey on drums to create a synergy that is a force of nature. The Matt Eakle Band plays all original instrumental jams inspired by traditions from New Orleans to Bombay. “Matt Eakle & his band have brought their incredible flute fired fusion energy & music to the Iron Springs Pub & Brewery this past year,” says Mike Altman, owner, “and Fairfax is truly a better place because of this. Matt and his band are consummate professionals, and from the very first note played they mesmerize the room with their incredibly tight and polished jams. Do yourself a favor and make a bee line to wherever the Matt Eakle Band is playing to see what flute fired fusion is all about!”

Wednesday November 12th

Migrant Pickers

“If Joe Strummer had come up in Greenwich Village taking guitar lessons from Dave Van Ronk and crate digging for Rev. Gary Davis records, he might sound something like Gary Adler. Acoustic finger-picking guitar with a punk rock edge, Gary’s music combines technical virtuosity with honest, soulful songwriting. Firmly rooted in the subversive tradition of American folk, Gary’s performances are an unapologetic act of defiance– of genre, expectation, and the very laws of physics. It’s rock and roll, man, and it’s good.”  https://www.facebook.com/MigrantPickers/

Wednesday November 19th

Rattlebox with DDS opening

A rare double header at Iron Springs!
Rattlebox featuring Loring Rowan, Doug Harman, & Barry Sless
Opening the show is Doobie Decibal System featuring Jason Crosby & Roger McNamee

Music starts at 7:30.

Wednesday November 26th

The Machiavelvets

Psychedelic Jazz
http://www.machiavelvets.com

 

October Music at Iron Springs

Please send booking inquiries to booking@ironspringspub.com.  Music starts at 8pm except on 10/18 when it’s 8:30.

Wednesday October 8th

Belle Monroe and her Brewglass Boys

Only fitting to have Belle play our official 10 year anniversary date!  10/8/2004 is when Iron Springs first opened there doors to the community and we thank you all for all the continued support!

Look for those Golden Tickets!

Belle Monroe and her Brewglass Boys have been laying it on the line for Bay Area bluegrass lovers for over a decade. While the band has a great appreciation for traditional bluegrass music, they don’t quite play it straight; they inject a bit of blues, a smidgen of swing, and a whole lot of fun and frenetic energy. Their repertoire includes original bluegrass and versions of popular classics that are distinctively ‘Brewglass’.

Wednesday October 15th

No Music scheduled

Saturday October 18th

10 anniversary celebration with Mark Karan’s Buds featuring

Mark Karan, Robin Sylvester on bass (Ratdog), Danny Eisenberg (Mother hips & Ryan Adams) on B3, Mookie Siegal (Dave Nelson Band) on keys & John Hanes (phe-NOM-inal drummer) on drums… Benefit for Fairfax Open Space

Music starts at 8:30

Wednesday October 22nd

Great Spirit Band

Great Spirit is the Bay Area’s own folk, funk, grassy (and sassy) band. Having just recorded their first EP – “Front Porch to Frontier” – soon to be released, Great Spirit is hittin’ the pavement jamming, playing plenty of shows and most definitely having a good time doing it. The band was assembled at the foot of Mt. Tamalpais and in a matter of hours and over the course of six days, not only recorded the EP at the famed Camp Studios, with 400 million year old fossil-coffee tables!

Wednesday October 29th

Rusty Evans & Ring of Fire

The Worlds Finest Johnny Cash Tribute

Rockabilly Hall of Famer, Rusty Evans and his band Ring of Fire have been burning up the California festival circuit with his rollicking tribute to country music icon Johnny Cash. With a voice of rolling thunder and a spirit like gentle rain Rusty has been wowing audiences from Nashville to San Francisco with his stunning tribute to the “Man In Black”. His weighted drawl doles out molasses-coated syllables, putting an upbeat spin on less than optimistic situations. Lending his own touch to world famous songs Rusty honors the Man in Black with soulful honesty and exuberance. Driving rhythms on his amplified acoustic Martin guitar are augmented by his energetic three-piece band Ring of Fire. A hot rockin’ lead guitar, driving bass and drums create the powerful and irresistible Johnny Cash signature sound, a pulse that drives folks right to the dance floor. People often comment on how much Rusty actually looks like the Man in Black. He’s honored by the compliment and destined to continue in the spirit of the country music legend he holds in such high regard.
When asked how he first came to sing with such conviction the songs of Johnny Cash, Rusty replies, “I met the Man in Black in the 1960’s and was totally inspired, not to mention that Bob Dylan once told me long ago I sounded like Cash.”
Early musical endeavors include performing on Dick Clark’s American Bandstand, touring with the New Christy Minstrels, working with renowned producer Phil Spector and producing/recording for CBS, Reprise and Folkway records.

 

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