Saturday, Nov. 11
So Leftwood’s is turning 6, but bars age in dog years, so really it’s like 42. All the staff is off that night, former staff has been invited. It’s the night we all get a gussied up and get to play with the clientele. Good times will be had by all.
The staff is picking the music for the night, one giant playlist, all staff favorites. Come hear what we listen to and have a drink with us.
Friday night, as seen on America’s Got Talent, The American Hitmen bring their own brand of both originals and covers all the way from Salt Lake City, UT.
Saturday night, The Heroine returns from SanAntonio.
This weekend, we have will great entertainment, fun on the patio, and a great selection of cold brews to beat the summer heat.
Friday– Burlesque, w/ The Broken Belts Collective
Broken Belts is back at it again Friday August 11th at Leftwoods
Our dear Sybil Vain is embarking on a new adventure, come help celebrate her success and send her off with a bang!
Special Guest from Houston, Nick The Vegan will delight and horrify crowds with his own speical take on the art of Sideshow!
Saturday– Desdemona returns to Lefties with their special brand of folk that rocks.
– Robin Lore Duo
Winner of the 2008 Orange County Music Awards Best Live Female performer. Robin has been playing music since she was a toddler. Starting out as drummer, she worked her way to the front of the band, exactly where she belongs, playing guitar and singing her brains out. Her voice is unique, almost haunting at times and her lyrics are both thought provoking and insightful.
She grew up in NY, moved to MA. in 1992 where she got into a few bands as a drummer. She started playing guitar and writing music about 7 years ago and has been very well received throughout NY, New England, TN., AZ. and California. Nominated for the Best Folk Artist in 2004, she continued to grab a nomination each year from the Orange County, Southern California and Inland Empire Music Awards. From Best Folk to Best Female Artist to Best Live Performer, She’s been nominated for them all and this year took home the award for Best Live Performer. In 2006 she was September’s Indie Artist of the month in Los Angeles. Her song, Dear Diary, had an honorable mention twice for VH 1’s Song of the year award and her CD of the same name was nominated by All Access Magazine as Best CD of the Year.
Robin has written for herself as well as for ERA productions in LA and a band or 2 in MA. Her style is as unique as her voice and her lyrics tell a story all can relate to.
She can now be seen Dallas/Fort Worth, TX., in and around LA and Orange County, CA.,Phoenix, Az., TN. and up and down the east coast playing solo as well as with a band. Recently she has been seen in Phoenix opening up for Ani Difranco and has just released her newest CD, FICKLE GIRL, which was recorded at True Tones Studio in Nashville, TN. and promises to shoot this artist to the top. Right where she belongs!
Last week was epic. Hip Hop, psychobilly, Shawn James, and the biggest Pride fest ever. Amarillo rocked. This week keeps the party going. We’re kicking into the 4th with 4 great nights back to back, and a couple new specials too!
Wednesday- Sierra with Witches of God. Stoner rock at its finest. We get these shows as they drive through to bigger venues. That means you get to see ’em cheap!
Thursday-Burlesque with the Broken belts collective.
Friday- CD release with the Lakehouse Project.
Saturday- Stone Machine Electric. These guys killed it opening for Black Pussy a while back, they return to headline the Leftwood’s stage.
At Leftwood’s we celebrate diversity, from welcoming people from all walks of life, to hosting music of all genres. This week we’ll run the gamut from hip hop to folk, rock to experimental. If you added all the YouTube plays from this week’s artists together, it would be over 10,000,000!
Links to artists below. Check this out…
Tuesday, Jostlynn and Zeus will celebrate their first anniversary with the Woods. DJ’s, freestyle, and perhaps even some fire tassles. No cover.
Wednesday, live hip hop, featuring Kung Fu Vampire & Locksmith, with a long lineup up special guests. Tickets are $15 at the door.
Thursday, Maury Ave, outlaw folk duo from Denver, $5 cover.
Friday, Leftwood’s favorites Shawn James and the Shapeshifters return. Fresh off a European tour, with over 7,000,000 views on YouTube, they are blowing up. They are outgrowing our little bar, so don’t miss this one. There might not be a “next time”.
Saturday, another long awaited return with Montu. Get there early, we’ve sold out with Montu in the past.
Sunday, old school hip hop with P Chill with special guests.
Kung Fu Vampire-
Live Performance Videos
+ Shawn & The Shapeshifters are a 4 piece heavy rock band.
+ Viral multiple videos for millions of youtube views to date.
+ Shawn’s song “Through the Valley” was just used in the trailer for the game “The Last of Us” for Sony Playstation.
+ Band tours US and Europe!
New brews, a sad goodbye, and of course, some fantastic music.
We kick off the tunes Wednesday with Greenbeard, along with special guests, Mohel.
Thursday, Ike Fonseca, solo artist from Portland, OR, will get us started. Noelle Tannen found us online, and she blew me away. I’m really looking forward to seeing her live.
Saturday night, we say farewell to part of the original Leftwood’s team, Tristan Hill. He’s been a valuable part of both the staff and the personality of the bar, we’re gonna miss him. With a new baby on the way, he’s moving on. The patio will feature Kyle Sherman (https://kyleshermansmusic.bandcamp.com/releases)
We’re going to see T off with a couple of his favorite bands, on his last night. Saturday night we’ll have The Bastard Sons of David Hasselhoff sharing the stage with Piles of Potential. They’ll be trading sets, going back and forth, all night, so you’re sure to get to see a little of both for this one time only performance.
New on tap this week we picked up Lakewood’s Temptress Molé, Shiner Strawberry Blonde, and a delicious pomegranate cider by Schilling Brewing Co., Mischief Maker.
Start your weekend early- Thursday night, 61 Ghosts, from Massachusettes, hit the stage for a FREE show.
No cover Fri or Sat night, but all the same great drink specials. So come enjoy your favorite tunes on the jukebox, make your weekend “memorial”.
Since everyone is off Monday, we have a great lineup Sunday night, featuring The Hudson Falcons.
New beers this week include the return of Stone’s Arrogant Bastard and Breckenridge’s Vanilla Porter, along with new offerings from Bell’s (Oberon) and Coop (F5). For the lighter side, check out the all new Amstel Xlight, at only 90 calories and 2g carbs.