Bread & Roses Spring Benefit Concert
Marin’s Bread & Roses Annual Spring Benefit Concert at Great American Music Hall in SF
The innovative indie-pop band Lucius (pictured) with The Nude Party (see below) and Musical Host Matt Jaffe will perform at Bread & Roses Spring Benefit Concert on Thursday, April 25 at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco.
The major annual fundraiser supports hope and healing through live music in over 600 yearly institutional programs for isolated Bay Area folks.
Lucius is a four-piece indie-pop band from Brooklyn, New York fronted by the enchanting vocalists Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig who recently wrapped up back-up singer duties on Roger Waters world tour. The band has drawn acclaim for their powerful songs showcasing taut hooks along with their mesmerizing stage presence and bold visual aesthetics.
The Nude Party is a psychedelic rock band tottering between the British invasion and classic southern rock. Fronted by lead singer Patton Magee, the band functions more like brothers than band-mates. Their high-energy live shows feature tight tunes reminiscent of The Animals and the Velvet Underground.
Our musical host for the evening is rising star Matt Jaffe, a Bay Area singer-songwriter/guitarist who was first produced by Jerry Harrison of the Talking Heads. He has been a volunteer performer for Bread & Roses institutional shows for the past decade and is currently a member of our Board of Directors.
859 O'Farrell Street, San Francisco, CA