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FREE Paddy’s Day Special: Eoin Harrington & Sin Silver Saturday, March 14th

Join us Saturday March 14th at the Haight Street Art Center for our 3rd annual St Paddy’s Day Special featuring Eoin Harrington and Sin Silver.

Happy hour 6-7pm, show from 7-9pm.

As usual, patrons can RSVP here and tell us how many guests you are bringing.

Not a patron? Get tickets HERE

Eoin Harrington is a longtime friend stemming back over 15 years with regular appearances on the KFOG Morning Show and the Local Scene CD. Along with his charming wit, Eoin brings a unique spin to Irish traditional tunes as well as his “blue-eyed soul’ originals.

Sin Silver is an Irish singer songwriter based in the East Bay. With a unique style, her ‘Irish piano’ and angelic voice, Sin Silver is a treat live. Whether she is playing originals or Irish covers, Sin Silver is someone that deserves to be heard live. 

FREE: Greg Loiacono (Mother Hips) in Song & Conversation Saturday, February 22nd

Join us Saturday, February 22nd at the Haight Street Art Center for Greg Loiacono (Mother Hips) in Song & Conversation.

Happy hour 6-7pm, show from 7-9pm.

As usual, patrons can RSVP here and tell us how many guests you are bringing.

Not a patron? Get tickets HERE!

From his first gigs with the legendary Mother Hips all the way up to his recent debut solo album, ‘Songs From A Golden Dream,’ Greg Loiacono has always been driven by one unwavering desire: to connect. In music, he found a direct conduit to the soul, a miraculous means by which to inspire and unite, and it’s guided him like a compass throughout his remarkable career. Whether Loiacono’s fronting a band, guesting with peers like Phil Lesh or Chris Robinson, or onstage by himself, it’s all part of a never-ending quest to generate and celebrate the magic of shared human experience.

Rainbow Girls

We had such a blast at the Haight Street Art Center recording our latest show with the fabulous Rainbow Girls. They played a bunch of originals and a few choice covers including a wonderful version of “Stayin’ Alive.” In addition we passed the hat and raised some cash for Moms 4 Housing

Our next FREE show is with  Greg Loiacono of the Mother Hips and Green Leaf Rustlers on Saturday, February 22nd at the Haight Street Art Center. Tickets HERE!

Megan Slankard & Skillet Licorice

With the demise of KFOG we thought we’d continue the Holiday tradition of Concert for Kids, the station’s annual charity show that raised money for children’s charities in addition to collecting toys and books for those that might otherwise go without.

Thanks to both Megan Slankard and openers Skillet Licorice for providing the wonderful soundtrack to a lovely evening at the Haight Street Art Center. We raised a ton of money for the Blue Bear School of Music and collected a boatload of goodies for the The San Francisco Firefighters Toy Program.

Join us for our next show on January 17th!

Poor Man’s Whiskey

Poor Man’s Whiskey will play their Farewell for Now show at the Fillmore along with the Sam Chase & the Untraditional, Friday Nov 29th. They stopped by the Haight Street Art Center recently to talk about the hiatus, perform a few tunes and share some laughs with a SOLD OUT audience.

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FREE: Iggy Pop Book Signing with Photographer Paul McAlpine

IGGY POP – BARE & REAL is a collection of photographs that Paul McAlpine took of Iggy Pop on various tours spanning the musician’s career from 1977’s The Idiot tour all the way to 2016’s Post Pop Depression tour. Paul will make an appearance at Haight Street Art Center on Oct 25 for a book signing, slideshow, and Q&A by Irish Greg. RSVP here!

The Haight Street Art Center will have a special release of a 24” X 18”, five-color screen printed serigraph, created by zoltron and Paul McAlpine. This collaboration will be signed and numbered by both artists.

FREE: The Waterboys’ Mike Scott In Conversation Thursday October 10th Haight Street Art Center

We’re so excited for our next show, a conversation with Mike Scott of the legendary Waterboys, at the Haight Street Art Center on Thursday October 10th.

FREE Eventbrite ticket *If you cannot use your ticket PLEASE return it so someone else can attend. HOW TO RETURN TICKET

Patrons of our show on Patreon are guaranteed entry (+1) RSVP here

This will also be your last chance to enjoy the stunning Pearl Jam: Live in Two Dimensions poster exhibit during our 6-7pm happy-hour.

Doors 6pm, interview 7-8pm

Mike Scott is one of the finest British songwriters of the past four decades and with the Waterboys has released such classic albums as This is the Sea and Fisherman’s Blues. The hit single The Whole Of The Moon has been covered by Prince, and others such as Rod Stewart, Steve Earle and Tom Jones have also performed his tunes.  

KFOG Morning Show Reunion

When KFOG finally died earlier this month we thought it would be fun to get the band back together for one last reunion show at Magnolia Brewing on 3rd Street in San Francisco.

Dave, Peter, Renee and Greg with special guests Rosalie Howarth and Chuck Prophet gathered with about 200 Fogheads for a truly unforgettable night of storie, laughter and music. This was by no means a funeral, more like a party to celebrate a truly unique radio station that clearly meant a lot to many, many people.

We think this podcast captures the energy and fun of the evening and thank everyone who made it possible.

With a vast collection of 10@10’s, live performances and interviews, the spirit of KFOG and the morning show will live on forever on Renee & Irish Greg’s patreon page where your support is greatly appreciated.

KFOG Morning Show Reunion Friday Sept 20th 6-8pm Magnolia Brewing (Dogpatch)

We’re getting the band back together one last time…the KFOG Morning Show Reunion! Join Dave Morey, Peter Finch, Renee Richardson and Irish Greg SF for a special taping of Renee & Irish Greg’s Pop UP podcast on Friday September 20th at Magnolia Brewing(Dogpatch) from 6-8pm (6-7pm happy hour. 7-8pm show)

Patrons of the show at the $5 level are guaranteed entry.

There are a limited number of FREE Eventbrite tickets available.

The event space Magnolia Hall is right next door to Magnolia Brewing(2505 3rd Street @ 22nd St San Francisco, CA 94107). Guests are encouraged to patronize Magnolia Brewing beforehand for tasty eats and delicious beers! 

Carpooling or even better yet, public transit/Uber are the best options. Parking is extremely limited. 

Static and Surrender + Lapel

This is long, a bit sloppy but ultimately a lot fun…TWSS (the running joke of the evening.) Recorded at a house concert in the Fox Den in Piedmont, this podcast features live tunes and some hilarious conversation with Bay Area acts Lapel and Static and Surrender.

Debbie Neigher, along with various supporting members, is Lapel, a dreamy synth-pop band that blew us away. It was nice to deviate a bit from our standard acoustic rock/folk/Americana format and we urge everyone to check out their debut album “Periphery.”

Static and Surrender frontman Jeff Campbell has been a longtime friend of Renee and Irish Greg dating back to the KFOG years. His latest project Static and Surrender has him teaming up with brothers Adam and John Schuman, a trio that write effortless songs with beautiful harmonies. In between jello shots and irreverent banter the trio managed to squeeze in exquisite covers of Bowie, STP and the Zombies along with a bunch of originals.

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