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Thursday, October 14
8pm - 1am.
ska. funk.
all ages.
$12 advance;
$14 door.
Opening Night Party for the 9th SF Documentary Film Festival

Performing live:

Everything Must Go
Loyd Family Players
Fishbone first gained attention in the mid-eighties with their live concerts, earning a reputation as one of the most diverse bands in the alternative rock genre. Their unique stew of different styles, mixed with hectic energy and pounding rhythms, was a huge influence on the funk/rock/new wave/metal/rap hybrid that would become popular in the 1990s. The base of 3rd Wave Ska, of course, having been largely defined by three bands: L.A.'s Fishbone, N.Y.C.'s The Toasters, and Hollywood's The Untouchables. Fishbone, the junkyard ska, punk, funk, metal outfit, got its start at Chinatown's Madame Wong's in the summer of '79.

Everything Must Go was voted best Punk band in the East Bay by the East bay Express for 2010. They have been purveyors of exceptional mayhem, and agents of chaos with their music, showmanship and revelry for 10 years, bringing heart and vigor to every show from a dive bar in the Czech countryside to large festival crowds and world class venues, with a mission to stimulate the danger, controversy and fun that makes punk culture great.

Loyd Family Players: "Half band, half bateria, all samba monster..." -- SF Weekly