Got Plans for the FALL?
It’s our LAST market in Hayes Valley SF as “Urban Air Market” before we become “HEAD WEST Marketplace” so let’s make this a faire to remember. See what I did there?
We’ve got 75+ makers for our FALL HAYES VALLEY show with all things sustainable in home decor, jewelry, and fashion PLUS live performances from Bay Area’s best brought to you by Trixie Rasputin. Here’s the lineup!
Schedule for SUNDAY 10.3.21
Pop songs. Jazz chords. Country rhythms. Fleeting glances and passing thoughts. Moments taken, moments past, and moments yet to be made. Tony Cordero and his Cabinet of Revelry write original tunes that blend pop song sensibility with the americana elements of gypsy jazz, western swing, R&B and good ole fashioned rock ’n roll.
Jazz music is a world unto itself, and Sandy Lindop shines as bright as the sun. Her repertoire gently moves from steamy mid-summer evenings in the porch swing to the rich, intoxicating air of big city nightclubs. She’s gifted in a way that evokes a simpler time, with a voice that suggests a chanteuse. She’s a world class performer, with a modern yet timeless sensibility.
San Francisco Bay Area singer-songwriter Jesse Loren Strickman is known for potent lyrics and powerfully minimal acoustic music. Emotionally charged vocals sail over jaunty chords in songs about heartache, healing, and peace. 2018 marked a new beginning for Strickman as he began performing under his given name as a singer/songwriter. After a couple years of touring, he is currently in the studio for his debut full-length album, co-produced by McKay Garner, San Francisco Chapter Governor for the Recording Academy (Grammy Awards).
Gaby Castro is a San Francisco Bay Area-based singer-songwriter, instrumentalist, model, actress, and activist. She has released three studio albums and one EP of original music, performed nationally and internationally including in Minneapolis, San Francisco, San Jose, Nashville; Antigua, Guatemala; and Sydney, Australia. Gaby plays guitar, piano/keyboards, ukulele, mandolin, and hand percussion. She has studied contemporary voice under Angela Arana since July 2009, and holds a Bachelor of Music in Composition- Songwriting and a Minor in Music Business from McNally Smith College of Music in St. Paul, Minnesota and a Master of Arts in Music Business through Berklee Online and Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts.
Embracing the folksy pop of artists such as Suzanne Vega and Sheryl Crow, Aprylle Gilbert combines stirring melodies with words of inspiration, joy, and – at times –sadness. In a voice both pensive and sultry that often hints at an underlying self-consciousness, Aprylle takes the listener on a trek that is semi-autobiographical yet familiar to most of us. To that end, much of Aprylle’s music is uplifting and inspirational.
Ren Geisick is a jazz singer turned singer/songwriter from Silicon Valley, California. Her first album, “Ren, Love Song” produced by Jesse Harris, was released in 2017 and, since May 2019, Ren has been releasing singles from her upcoming “Ruby EP” inspired by the life, and catch phrases of her Grandma Ruby from Oklahoma.
Cali, as we are a California band, full of the sounds of the southern desert, the coastal surf towns, Bakersfield twang,and the inner city we live in. Opians, ‘cause we have a big place in our hearts and heads for Ethiopian jazz, and Afro Cuban diaspora sounds. A big slice of Klezmer, and whatever else falls into our listening life.
This San Francisco pop/rock band formed out of North Beach in the Grant Avenue map store Schein and Schein where musicians met on Thursdays for jams for more than 10 years. When the store closed in 2020, four intrepid players committed to keeping the vibe going in a new way and they formed the new band, Saint-Pigeon.
Linden Alley Stage
11:30-1:00pm Cabinet of Revelry
1:00-2:30pm Sandy Lindop
2:30-4:00pm Jesse Loren Strickman
4:00-5:30pm Gaby Castro
Hayes & Octavia Stage
11:30-1:00pm Aprylle Gilbert
1:00-2:30pm Ren Geisick
2:30-4:00pm The Caliopians