Freaktet

Presidents Day Eve Dance Party!

Freaktet

Paige Clem, Jordan Feinstein​

Sun · February 17, 2019

8:00 pm

Free

This event is 21 and over

Freaktet
Freaktet
Freaktet originally formed in San Francisco in 2002, and quickly gained notoriety playing opening sets for the likes of Herbie Hancock, Melvin Sparks, Leo Nocentelli, Steve Kimock, New Monsoon, and many others, and headlining their own shows in many of the city’s iconic groove venues. Their original material fit in with both jazz/groove and jamband audiences alike, and they peppered their sets with covers of artists as diverse as Rahsaan Roland Kirk, the Grateful Dead, The Meters, John Scofield, and Soulive. Freaktet is sometimes perceived as having broken up after a tour in 2006, but the reality is that they never officially split up — in fact, they have been playing virtual intra-galactic holographic shows together through highly secret advanced meta-psychic technologies ever since. In early 2019, the band announced a limited number of in-person “reunion” shows in the San Francisco Bay Area on their home planet, Earth. Catch ‘em while you can…



Joseph Colgan : Guitar
Michael Myers : Saxophone & Synths
Richard Alfieri : Bass
Anthony Dunn : Drums
Gabriel Ford : Drums
Paige Clem
Paige Clem
Americana singer-songwriter, Paige Clem’s arrestingly direct lyrics and velvety, unaffected vocals exude that most elusive of musical qualities — Soul. With a natural gift for connecting with an audience, her roots-infused music is melodic and warm, yet packs a punch with tales of loss and love. Described by Jambase as a "charismatic and affable singer-songwriter...with a sultry, Jewel-reminiscent vocal quality," her folk-soul-with-a-dash-of-sass sound draws on threads of blues and Americana with an honest and often clever accessibility.

San Francisco-based, Paige performs her original material as a solo artist and in Paige & The Clementines—an Americana music project that gathers a rotating cast of A-list players with Paige's soulful songwriting prowess including James Nash (The Waybacks), Jordan Feinstein (Jordan and The Rituals), Joe Craven (Garcia/Grisman), Robin Sylvester (RatDog), Gabe Ford (Little Feat) and more. When not performing her original material, Paige can be found frequently appearing with various Bay Area acts and showcases including the funky Nola project, Mo’lasses. She has shared the stage with members of Dead and Co., Further, Railroad Earth, Leftover Salmon, ALO, Fruition, Anders Osborne, RatDog, Tea Leaf Green, New Monsoon, Moon Alice, Tracorum, Front Country, Midnight North, and Dead Winter Carpenters, and has performed with Melissa Ethridge, moe., Steve Poltz, Eric McFadden, Scott Pemberton, The Brother's Comatose, Shook Twins, and countless more. She hosts the monthly series "Songs About Something" at The Ivy Room in Albany, has served multiple stints as songwriter-in-residence at The Bazaar Café, has been featured as a vocalist with Guitarmaggedon and Hey Hey Mama, and has appeared at High Sierra Music Festival, DelFest, Hangtown Music Festival, Cuko Rakko Music Festival, and ULUV Music Day and more. Her debut record, Firefly, released in the Grate Room at Terrapin Crossroads in March 2018, featured 9 Reverb Nation Crowd Picks.
Jordan Feinstein​
Jordan Feinstein​
Jordan is one of SF's go-to Keyboard player - he's a regular in 30 or so bands as well as leading his own: Jordan and the RituaL.

He has played with such heavy weights as Phil Lesh, George Porter, and G Love and Special Sauce.

He regularly plays with Stu Allen And Mars Hotel, La Gente, Paige and the Clementines, American Nomad, and too many others to list.

Jordan runs a project studio in sf - Studio 352 - where he produces/arranges and engineers bay area artists.
He is also the "Paul Shaffer"/one man backing band for Songs About Something.
Venue Information:
Ivy Room
860 San Pablo Ave
Albany, CA, 94706
http://www.ivyroom.com/