Entice your auditory senses with a brand new live radio show from San Francisco’s premier sketch comedy troupe! Featuring a cacophony of jingles, sketches, shameless ads, famous voices, and musical acts – get your adrenaline fix as you witness the actors create the CRASH! BOOM! BANG! necessary to titillate your bells and whistles.
@ Z Below, 470 Florida St. San Francisco, CA 94110
$15 Presale Tickets - $20 At the Door
$10 Student Discount *Must have ID
$50 VIP Tickets – 2 front row seats and a complementary bottle of wine or 6-pack, your choice!
and Live Foley Artist:
The Reverend LordRifa
With all new sketches written by:
The Bardi Twins
AUGUST 13 – 16
TOSSIE LONG AND KEVIN MCCANN
Tossie Long is a San Francisco native, Performing and Professional artist. She has performed with many bands spanning the music dynamics of Rock, Haitian Voudou, Cuban, Soul and Blues. She performs with various Dance Theater companies from San Francisco and New York. Her greatest accomplishment is being a mother. She does not perform simply for the sake of performing, but rather, to challenge herself and to experiment with how far she can push her perceived limits.
Kevin McCann is the definition of a modern musician. He is formally educated in music and audio engineering. Having played a multitude of instruments his entire life, Kevin combines traditional musicianship and modern music technology effortlessly both on stage and in the studio. Kevin first came into the Bay Area scene as one half the experimental-electro-math rock duo Bees Table. He currently plays keyboards and electronics as a part of the live hip-hop funk group Tektite, bass, keyboards, and electronics with Zakiya Harris, and is the bass player for SF indie-rock group The Moxie Kids.
A 1manBanjo show is energetic, incites movement, dancing, the clapping of hands, participation & a couple of sing alongs. Combines old time tunes in a unique rhythmic fashion which is (though at times dark) a vibrant experience. A.K.A. Sean Lee, 1mb has been in developement for over a decade and offers a wide variety of songs, from it’s roots in what we call the zig zag blues to banjo funk, swamp glam: progressing into gobbelin music (www.hobogoblins.com ), and selections from Cheshire rock opera & what we call the Harlequin theory at work. S.Lee sings and plays the banjo in a sloppy rag time rhythm to the beat of a bass drum kick & a tamborine shoe.