Appealing Events: The Soft White Sixties at Slim’s

Catch SF rockers the Soft White Sixties before they hit this year’s BottleRock Festival. Coming on like a Bay Area version of New Orleans outfit the Revivalists, the Soft White Sixties pack in an impeccable amount of soul into a seriously solid sound.

The band is regularly described as a straight-up neo-soul act, though their far-reaching influences call for a far broader categorization. Frontman Octavio Genera veers into Black Keys territory on Get Right‘s “City Lights” and immediately rolls into the Sheepdogs on debut LP track “Live in the Evening”. It’s enough variance to please the masses and keep fans across the country coming back for more.

What: The Soft White Sixties Play Slim’s
When: Friday, April 25; doors: 8pm, show: 9pm
Where: Slim’s: 333 11th St.
Cost: $15 for general admission, $39.95 for dinner and the show; purchase tickets here.

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Always in motion. April Siese writes about music, takes photos at shows, and even helps put them on behind the scenes as a stagehand. She's written everything from hard news to beauty features, as well as fiction and poetry. She most definitely likes pie.

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