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Tonight: 6 Acts for $6 @ Hotel Utah Saloon!!

Updated: Aug 26, 2009 17:24
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6 for $6!!!

This Thursday night, Hotel Utah Saloon is playing host to 'œRoots n’ Ruckus,' a show promising an amazing lineup of local and touring musicians, and a lot of bang for your buck: 6 acts for $6 bucks'”a dollar a band?  That’s practically FREE! It’s gonna be a wild and eclectic mix: four touring old-timey acts hailing from New York City and New Orleans, a blind nineteen-year-old blues prodigy from Watts, and yours truly, Chloe Makes Music.

Chloe makes music (photo by bryan derballa)

Samuel Doores

blind boy paxton

Chloe Makes Music (Deli SF August artist of the month, local legend, and of course your own’s Pennywise Reporter)

Samuel Doores (incredible Louisiana folk singer, reminiscent of a young Woodie Guthrie)

Blind Boy Paxton (19-year-old blues/jazz musician hailing from LA/NY)

Feral Foster (host of the weekly Roots '˜N Ruckus show at the Jalopy Theater in Brooklyn)

Willy Gantrim (one of the legends of NY’s Roots '˜N Ruckus)

Alynda Lee (from New Orleans favorite Hurray for the Riff Raff)

Show starts at 8pm, but come early for some drinks and you can enjoy Hotel Utah’s cheap booze until 8: $4 well drinks, wines and drafts, $2 pints of Pabst, FREE appetizer with two-drink purchase.

Need more bait?  Since I don’t drink, if you get there early, I’ll give you my FREE drink tickets!

Roots n’ Ruckus
Hotel Utah Saloon
Thursday, August 27th 8pm
500 4th St. @ Bryant

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Chloe's youth was split between California and Kauai, frolicking on a macadamia nut farm in the tropics and landing finally in the Bay Area. Raised by super-Jew hippies, and the youngest of three sisters, Chloe learned early the virtues of thrift, economy, and green living. To the chagrin of her parents (who hoped, of course, for a Jewish doctor or lawyer), Chloe has put her degree from UC Berkeley to great use by becoming a folk singer. As "Chloe Makes Music" she plays shows throughout SF and beyond, donning vintage frocks, selling handmade merch, and pinching pennies as she sings for her supper. Calling Berkeley home for the last six years, you can think of Chloe as the website's East Bay Correspondent, opening your eyes to the hippie-filled, tree-hugging, organic-loving, vegan-eating, but way-overlooked and awesome assets of Berkeley, Oakland, and beyond.