A Benefit for for the Haiti Relief Effort: Live Music w/ The Yes Go’s ~ Epiphanette ~ Lucabrazzi
When: Wed Feb 10
Details: 100% of the door benefits the Haiti Relief Effort through Doctors Without Borders
The Yes Go’s were started by Sophie V writing music & playing songs on the guitar. In 2003, Lester Moore joined as drummer & back-up vox. With the addition of Mimi on lead vocals and Barbara on bass that summer, we became “Wednesday Night”. 5 days before our 1st gig, Mimi & Barbara (our Hungarian Hotties) were not allowed to stay in the U.S.A. (visa probs!) & we played our 1st show as a duo called Sik Suzan. In 2004, Blue Lew (Rotton Core), joined the band on bass & b.vox. We played shows off/on and had lots of fun, but we (BL. not inc.) drank too much, and we still didn’t really have an identity. Through Blue Lew’s departure in Summer 2006, it was back to a duo & the new name of The Yes Go’s fall ’06 when the multi-facetd Djuna Gray became our bass player. It’s been balls to the walls ever since and The Yes Go’s love to play (alot) & can be found playing with many local & touring bands. We are continually amazed at the talent we see at all of S.F.’s venues. We are proud to share the bill with & be awed by such killer bands. Go out and see some shows cause we support local venues and killer music as well, cheers. [myspace]
A San Francisco-based gothic blues power trio with Tiki Houseman, Mike Chase, Kelly Child. Listen to the latest, music, buzz, and events. Epiphanette sounds like a combination of PJ Harvey, the Chili Peppers, and the Pixies. Their influences come from goth, funk, blues, rock, pop and everything hip.