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Hibbity Dibbity

Hibbity Dibbity

Whiskerman, Big Sticky Mess

Fri, February 3, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

The Chapel

San Francisco, CA

$18 adv / $20 door

This event is all ages

Hibbity Dibbity
Hibbity Dibbity
Hibbity Dibbity is a dance rock n' roll group from San Francisco. They blend together sounds and styles from numerous genres to create feel-good music that will move you. They are clever, ecstatic, and riotous. Timeless, but kinda dirty. Pelting rhythms that make your feet move. Their new single “Touchy Feely," is a happy tune with a swoon-worthy chorus. Super tight; then loose in all the right places.
Whiskerman
Whiskerman
Depending on where you find them, Oakland-based band Whiskerman may be keeping the crowd dancing at the Great American Music Hall or holding an intimate audience in the palm of their hand at an acoustic house concert. When Whiskerman singer Graham Patzner became disillusioned with acting school, he turned to songwriting and began to find his voice. With a unique style that sits somewhere between Karen Dalton and John Lennon, Graham's songs range from soulful and rocking to mysterious and introspective, his voice from smokey to soaring. Graham soon found a unique and talented group of musicians in Will Lawrence on bass, Nick Cobbett on drums, and Charles Lloyd on guitar and sitar. Their most recent full-length album, Champions, was released in May 2016.

Another full-length, Nomad, was released by OIM Records in 2015.

"When they're revved up, Whiskerman sounds like a gospel and soul band that can make you feel like raising your hands in the air in praise of its talent. In their quieter songs, there's a storytelling vibe with intricate melodies."

-SF Chronicle
Big Sticky Mess
Big Sticky Mess
Big Sticky Mess traveled lightyears at rocketing speeds to Earth in search of you. Now, as if shot out of a cannon through the heart of a rainbow, the Mess is here bringing a kaleidoscopic mix of extraterrestrial hooks, vibrant grooves and potent beats, purely for your entertainment. Close your eyes and hear the funky jams reminiscent of decades past with a sound much larger than the three piece arrangement before you should allow. So slip another drop under your tongue and join the inter-planetary groove train that is the Big Sticky Mess.
Venue Information:
The Chapel
777 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA, 94110
http://www.thechapelsf.com