Dark Folk Rock Tonight At Rickshaw

Are you a fan of Cat Power but think that the music of the New York indie chick would be enhanced if you could bottle up some San Francisco flavor and slip it into her drink? If you could manage to create that product / person, what you might come up with is Emily Jane White. She’s got the dark spice of bluesy lyrics, the soul of a folksy singer-songwriter, the spirit of a woman who has certainly seen the world and the ultimately accepting attitude of a true San Franciscan. Oh, and she has the talent to back up the rest of that good stuff.

Emily Jane White is playing tonight at The Rickshaw Stop, nestled in between sets by local singer-songwriter Indianna Hale and local-but-worldly alternative folk-rock band Karpov. The show is $8 and starts at 8 p.m. I’m not sure on the details but I believe Rickshaw is either all ages or eighteen-and-up so young’uns with a terrific sense of edgy music style can enjoy the scene along with the rest of us.

1 Comment so far

  1. TinMan (unregistered) on March 7th, 2007 @ 11:02 am

    I’m pretty sure The Rickshaw Stop is all-ages. If you try buying tickets online, there are no apparent age restrictions.

    And according to their Virtuous venue profile, noogies are available at all hours.

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