Chris Bathgate

Neck of the Woods Presents:

Chris Bathgate

The Go Rounds, Molly Bolten

Friday, October 27, 2017

Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 9:30 pm

$10.00 - $15.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Chris Bathgate
Chris Bathgate emerged from the Ann Arbor music scene in 2001. His debut album for Quite Scientific records, A Cork Tale Wake (2007) bore one of his widely heard songs, "Serpentine". The song's success garnered significant airplay on BBC Radio 2, several European tours, and an appearance on NPR's Tiny Desk Concerts. Bathgate has since released several additional EP's and albums with Quite Scientific Records. The latest, Dizzy Seas, arrived in May of 2017 to widespread critical praise.
The Go Rounds
The Go Rounds are bits of all your favorite bands exploded into rock n roll confetti. Their unique brand of Psychedelic Americana Pop crosses, blends, and deconstructs genres; from indie to country to art-rock and baroque folk; creating an accessible and engaging sound that will hook you in. The songs are catchy, twangy, and trippy - led by the creative force of frontman Graham Parsons, whose spellbinding vocals weave through lush sonic textures as the band puts on a master class of intricate arrangements.
Molly Bolten
Molly Bolten is a musician, songwriter and audio engineer from San Francisco.

A musician since early childhood, she started writing songs when she was a teenager. It should be noted that she also wrote many short one-hand piano pieces starting around age 6, one of which was called “Egyptoin Dance” (not a typo). She learned to groove in college in New Jersey, where she studied music composition and creative writing. During that time, she sang in a sort-of-afrobeat band, Sensemaya Afrobeat All-Stars, and played guitar in a hip hop/soul/jazz outfit, Gorilla Gorilla. In 2013, she formed a super-friend-band out of those two groups and made the Night Kitchen Experiment, the band on her 2014 album All Seats Provide Equal Viewing of the Universe.

In 2015, she released her EP Home Alone.

These days the Bay Area native lives in San Francisco, performing under her name and playing guitar in various other projects. She can often be found in one of three locations: her apartment, the Korean spa or the diner near her apartment.
Venue Information:
Neck of the Woods
406 Clement Street
San Francisco, CA, 94118