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Allow me to preface what you are about to read with this – By no means am I a music critic, but I do know the potential for something good when I hear it.  And Funeral Party, my friends, sounds good.

I’ve never understood the idea of classifying or placing music within one particular genre, but for the purpose of this post, let’s call them “Indie.”  With that said, let’s get to the good part.  Funeral Party is playing a FREE show in support of their most recent album, Golden Age of Knowhere, on Monday, April 11 at Amoeba right here in San Francisco.  To be more specific, find them playing at 1855 Haight Street at 6:00p.m.  Admission is FREE.  Just show up, march to the stage and let your ears salivate as they pump the air full of pure goodness.  For a sample of what you can expect to hear, check this out.

Perhaps a little background would be of help.  Funeral Party is a five man outfit that formed down south in Whittier, California.  They have opened for and worked with such notable bands as 30 Seconds to Mars and The Mars Volta.  (I think I have a thing for Mars, the planet.)

For the complete package, I would suggest taking down a six pack of something cheap beforehand.  Enjoy the show, folks!

Funeral Party at Amoeba San Francisco
1855 Haight St.
Monday, April 11th at 6:00p.m.

Thanks to The 1st Five for the image

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Chris hails from Ventura, California. He was formally educated at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. While he has no (professional) writing experience he hopes one day to be compensated for his written contributions. Chris likes whiskey, burritos, cheap beer, and mediocre Thai food. He is continually searching for great dive bars.

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