Venue Information   Past Shows  
           
These are shows from 6/2010 - 12/2010
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Saturday Night
Juke Joint Dance Party

Starring
Maria Muldaur
& Her Red Hot Bluesiana Band

 

"The Best Damn Band You Never Heard Of" Doug Fogel

   

Band of the Year!
BB King Entertainer of the Year – Tommy Castro

Contemporary Blues Artist of the Year – Tommy Castro

Contemporary Blues Album of the Year – Hard Believer

           

"Few things rejuvenate the soul like a warm fireside drink after an exhausting day in the snow. Hot Buttered Rum has that effect. Their original songs are instantly familiar and inviting, and their easygoing versions of timeless classics (the Beatles, Hank Williams) belie the intricacy of the arrangements.”

–San Francisco Chronicle

 

     

“Karan is a tremendous talent” -
San Jose Mercury News

“A first-rate jamband guitarist” -Washington Post Express

“Sensational axe-man” –
Oakland Tribune

“A skilled interpreter of roots music” -An Honest Tune magazine

“one of rock’s most respected sidemen” – Marin Independent Journal

       
                   
         
"Their lush, lovely melodies draw from folk and rock traditions, but they really distinguish themselves through their unusual storytelling." The S.F. Chronicle

"One of the best bands I've run across in years." Examiner Online

"One of the finest Americana bands in the country right now, like a folk-based U2." San Diego Troubadour

 
                   
                               
 
   


"geniuses … whose playing stacks
up to anything you'll find."
Brad Kava, San Jose Mercury News

"one way cool band ...
tight, crisp, sophisticated music."
- Sing Out! Magazine


       

"I really believe if somehow the Beatles could miraculously be reunited, they would not have sounded as good as these guys are today. Unbelievable”
-Dean Goss, KFRC Radio – SF

 

Itals

       
 

“...Twisted traditional tunes and loads of witty originals about boozy holidaze, elfin insurrection and the pressures of being Santa Claus “.
Lewis Wallace, Wired