**PROJECT QUEUE** (+Kiss My Frequency, Rock Funk Soul)

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**PROJECT QUEUE** (+Kiss My Frequency, Rock Funk Soul)
Tuesday, March 28, 2017 9:30 PM
Boom Boom Room, San Francisco, CA
  • 21 & over
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  • Ticket Price: $5.00
  • Door Time: 8:00 PM
  • Show Type: Funk
  • Restrictions: 21 & over
  • Where: Boom Boom Room 1601 Fillmore St San Francisco, CA 94115
Kiss My Frequency
Rock Funk Soul



Funky Tuesday has never been a better night to come out and dance your ass off to some of the funkiest music the Boom Boom Room has to offer.Featuring Project Queue and supporting talent:

No Lovely Thing on Tuesday, March 28th 2017. Doors open at 8:00 pm. $5 adv $7 at the door. Keep the drinks flowing, and we’ll keep the grooves going all night!



Hailing from the Bay Area, Project Queue’s members comprise a very unique background that creates the perfect harmony of Fusion, Funk and Soul. With infectious grooves and melodies that take you for a ride, Project Queue turns any venue into a funky, driving, high-energy party. Willy Jordan on drums (who’s played with acts like John Lee Hooker, Elvin Bishop, Charlie Mussellwhite, Angel Streli, Joe Louis Walker,

Volker Strifler, Carlos Santana, Eric Lindell, Doyle Brammall, and Brotherhood of Groove) Tony Glaser who is someone to be reckoned with on bass, leads his own band- The Tony Glaser Band. He also plays electric bass and upright acoustic bass. Kalin Freeman plays Alto Sax - he brings everything to it, and his magic reaches the Heavens. Jonathan Lancaster (an award winning, conservatory trained musician) chimes in on saxophone with a sound heavily influenced by artists like Hank Mobley and Pharough Sanders. Neal Roston (a classical pianist) drops some insanely funky lines on keys. John McCartney on percussion (toured with Tina Turner, Al Green and Rick James) plays driving modern and Afro-Cuban rhythms. Kevin Coleman on drums, is a graduate of the California Jazz Conservatory. He draws inspiration from hip-hop and electronic dance. Hannah Glass, a classically trained violinist, plays with an amazing ascending sound you won’t soon forget. Founder, “The Redman” is a fusion, funk and rock connoisseur, having studied music composition at the University level, delivering a high-energy style reminiscent of Tommy Bolin.


No Lovely Thing is an eight-piece funk & soul band based in Oakland, CA. Led by singer Melissa Jones’ percussive melodies and unforgettably captivating voice, the band weaves elements of blues, ska, reggae and jazz into their modern soul-funk mix. Always leaving room for improvisation and giving each song the chance to blow up, the band’s natural bond and instinctive interactions are flawless, exploding with a seemingly effortless ease. Band leader and guitarist John Givens first connected with vocalist Melissa Jones’ through her SoundCloud page, which contained songs she had made entirely with a capella vocal layers. The pair had an immediate creative connection and began

composing and arranging right from the start. Having never met another musician with such similar musical tastes and vision, John recognized in Melissa a unique sensibility - a little R&B/soul of Erykah Badu blended in with equal parts blues/rock attitude of The White Stripes. The band is completed by its strong core instrumentalists: Milos Nikic (bass), Kevin Crawford (drums) JonAnthony Floyed-Jackson (saxophone), Ron Gruesbeck (keyboards) and additional vocalist Sarah Iyer – all seasoned musicians that add their individualized character, accents and flair to each track. Once the band began writing, performing and recording together, their path and determination grew, drawing the attention of acclaimed producer Jim Greer (Macy Gray, Galactic, Foster the

People), who began workshopping tracks with the band in anticipation of its first recording sessions. Drawing upon Melissa’s gift for layering sounds, the band’s songwriting process follows a similar methodology, often starting with a lyrical idea and then adding individual instrumentation, vocals and other nuances around that direction.

The end result is a funky soul concoction that is both contemporary and retro/nostalgic (think Alabama Shakes and Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings), giving obvious nods to pioneers of these genres including Marvin Gaye, Sly & the Family Stone and Al Green. Known for their electrifying live sets and ever-growing enthusiastic crowds at legendary Bay Area clubs including The Brick & Mortar Music Hall (SF), The Red Devil Lounge and The New Parish and The Starry Plough (East Bay), No Lovely Thing thrives on performing, feeding off the energy of their crowds to make each performance unique. Completed with producer Jim Greer, No Lovely Thing’s debut EP is now available to stream or purchase on their site, itunes & spotify.

$5 ADV $7 DOOR

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