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Jim Brunberg and Jeff Pehrson met in a San Francisco cafe 22 years ago, and almost immediately fell into a musical relationship. That connection has been responsible for 12 albums of original music, thousands upon thousands of miles on the road, a handful of awards, several ill-fated record deals and two houses built of broken B strings.

The Box Set Duo has been entertaining audiences these many years with their powerful songs, brought to life by inspired guitar interplay and vocal harmonies that warm the senses. The subject matter, as with the finest folk music, ranges from politics, relationships and everything in between, all delivered with a heart and wit that has brought rave reviews. Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls once described them as "a cross between the Grateful Dead and The Smothers Brothers". Jim and Jeff have both been busy pursuing other endeavors the last few years, (Jim co- owns and operates Mississippi Studios & Revolution Hall in Portland, Oregon, and Jeff is a member of Bob Weir and Phil Lesh's band, Furthur) so the shows they perform each year have become very special occasions. Now with the addition of multi-instrumentalist Ben Landsverk another layer has been added. A longtime Bay Area favorite, the Box Set Band will engage your heart, bust your sides and leave you with a song on your mind.

Micah Subar
Micah Subar strikes up an unintentional marriage of classic soul with modern experimentation that draws you in and sits you down for a ride along memory lane. He weaves together his intricate arrangements with clear-cut vocals to deliver songs of misguided love and adventure. Micah grew up with the sounds of the British Invasion and Southern Rock, and began writing songs soon after he first picked up a guitar. As he dove further into American roots music the songs grew more complex, while the freedom of modern indie artists was always a huge influence. Micah’s music reflects his wide ranging tastes, but more so shows his yearning for personal and creative independence.

5:30pm doors / 6:30pm show
$12 adv - $15 door

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