John Enghauser to rock the SFTV Unplugged XVII – The Best in Local Alternative Acoustic live on Saturday, August 14th at The Hotel Utah 500 Fourth St @ Bryant San Francisco – If you are are over 21 it is $10 at the Door and the Show starts at 8PM. Some great local bands to entertain you at one of SF's oldest and most loved music venues. Come and enjoy a fast moving show featuring all original music, all acoustic for your listening pleasure. We hope to C U THERE! The nite will feature some great acts including: The "Winner of the LA Music Awards Adult Contemporary Album " – John Enghuaser and The John Enghauser Band + STEFAN GRANT & THE DALLES + KINGSWAY 202 + WHISKY THIEVES. This is a benefit for Johns and the venues friend " Adam ". Benefit for Adam: Our friend Adam Lacarruba is out of the hospital after many weeks of treatment for a blood infection. His wife and 3 kids managed through, but he is still unable to work, and his income is taking a hit. A portion of the door proceeds, as well as ALL SFTV T-shirt sales will be donated to Adam and his family to help get them back where they were. So make sure to come out, buy a T-shirt, and bring your friends!
About The Hotel Utah: It was built in 1908, when the Barbary Coast was still going strong … 1908, the year Bette Davis was born. The year of the first Model T. Four years before Woody Guthrie was born. Nine years before the last time the White Sox won the World Series. Twenty-eight years before the Bay Bridge. This bar was standing before, during, and after Prohibition. The Deininger family opened the saloon, and commissioned furniture makers in Belgium to design and create its ornate bar-back. They also served the city's best beer, Fredericksburg, brought to The Utah by horse and carriage and lowered into the cellar in wooden kegs. In the 1950s, Al Opatz presided over the saloon. His clientele were Beat Poets, gangsters, Marilyn Monroe, Joe DiMaggio, Bing Crosby, the cocktail generation. He eventually bought the bar in 1966 and renamed it Al’s Transbay Tavern. Al’s Transbay gets a mention in Coppola’s film, "The Conversation." In 1977, Paul Gaer, who co-wrote the story for the 1979 film "The Electric Horseman," bought the bar from Al. He renamed it The Utah and built a stage to support local music, experimental art, writers, comedy, and theater. Whoopi Goldberg, Robin Williams, and the Pickle Family Circus broke it in. It got a reputation — as one of the most generous stages in the city.
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Stefan Grant on +1 650.678.4999 or
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