Spiff & Jascha — Two Man Tour of SF Bay Area
Thurs 4/26 at 7:30pm — House concert in San Francisco **
Fri 4/27 at 8pm — Plough and Stars (116 Clement in SF) with The Please Please Me
Sat 4/28 — House concert in El Cerrito **
Fri 5/4 at 7pm — Amnesia in San Francisco (853 Valencia St at 20th)
Sat 5/5 at 12:30pm — Berkeley Farmer’s Market (Center @ MLK)
Sat 5/5 at 8pm — Juice-O de Mayo House Concert in SF **
Thurs 5/10 at 8pm — Revolution Cafe in San Francisco (3248 22nd St)
Fri 5/11 at 8pm — Subterranean Arthouse in Berkeley
Sat 5/12 at 8pm — Catered House Concert at Daniel’s in SF **
Sun 5/13 at 7:30pm — Tree House Concert at Ilana’s in SF **
** Email email@example.com for details.
Spiff Wiegand is best known for his one-man-band concerts. Juggling up to seven instruments simultaneously without loops or technological trickery, he creates complete textures that are as unexpectedly musical as they are visually impressive. He has been compared to artists like Hank Williams, The Mountain Goats, Buddy Holly, Hot Hot Heat, Devo, and They Might Be Giants.
Jascha Hoffman is a songwriter and science journalist in San Francisco. His debut album A Cure for Sleep was praised for “deceptively simple, deeply weird pop songs” that earned comparisons to Sufjan Stevens and Leonard Cohen. Jascha’s second album, The Future Limited, a collection of songs inspired by science fiction, was released in March 2012. He is currently working on songs based on obituaries and translations of Brazilian pop songs.