July Calendar, Updates & 2017 Schedule



Say Hey!

We roll through the summer with a super nice July on the books.  Hitting the surf and sand at new addition The Sand Bar (formerly the Fog Bank) in Capitola, right smack on the Pier.  Also debuting at another venue we’ve had our eye on for quite a while The Corner Pocket in Citrus Heights (Sacto Metro).  This room is spacious, neat, great sound system, stage and staff.  Check it out, baby!


Also, back in our cherry picked rotation rooms for your, and our own, dining and dancing pleasure.

Always looking forward to your great company - see you there!


Your buds,
Keith, Thom & Jim
AKA The Bonedrivers
(Los Conductores Del Hueso)

Why not say hey to The Bonedrivers on Facebook!


**2017 Calendar
**

Advance dates are subject to change. Please check regularly.

    July

    Sat. July 1st - Half Moon Bay Brewing Co. (7:00-10:00) - 390 Capistrano Rd., Half Moon Bay, CA (650) 728-2739
    Tues. July 4th
    -
    Happy Birthday USA!
    Th. July 6th
    - #1 Broadway - 102 B. South Santa Cruz Ave., Los Gatos, CA (408) 354-4303
    Sat. July 8th - 
    Rellik Tavern - 726 First St, Benicia, CA, (707) 746-1137
    Fri. July 14th -
    The Iron Gate - 1360 El Camino Real, Belmont, CA (650) 592-7893
    Sat. July 15th - The Corner Pocket - 7777 Sunrise Blvd., Citrus Heights, CA (916) 722- 2582
    Sat. July 22nd - Murphy's Law - 135 S. Murphy Ave., Sunnyvale, CA (408) 736-3822 (408) 796-7852
    Sat. July 29th - The Sand Bar - 211 Esplanade, Capitola, CA (831) 462-1881



    August


    Sat. Aug. 5th - Pistol Pete's Auburn, CA
    Fri. Aug. 11th -
    Main St. Brewery Pleasanton, CA
    Sat. Aug. 12th -
    Nevada County Fair Grass Valley, CA
    Sat. Aug. 19th -
    St. James Gate Belmont, CA
    Fri. Aug. 25th -
    Seabright Brewery Santa Cruz, CA
    Sun. Aug. 27th -
    San Carlos Farmer's Market San Carlos, CA


    September

    Sat. Sept. 2nd - Blacksmith Sq. Presented by Tap 25 Craft Beer Livermore, CA
    Sat. Sept. 9th -
    #1 Broadway Los Gatos, CA
    Fri. Sept. 15th -
    The Iron Gate Belmont, CA
    Sat. Sept. 16th -
    Rellik Tavern Benicia, CA
    Sat. Sept. 23rd -
    Severino's Santa Cruz, CA
    Sat. Sept. 30th -
    Murphy's Law Sunnyvale, CA



    "Greasefire!!" is on Amazon.com. If you have the CD (and we sure hope you do!) and would like to post a review, click right here to post a review.

    "Greasefire!!" and all Bonedrivers CDs are available at all shows!
    Here's a link if you can't wait and/or would prefer to purchase online from us directly.
    For our International Friends and folks who would prefer to purchase from a reputable dealer "Greasefire!!" is now in stock with our Distributor City Hall Records.
    Here's a link for a quick listen to the new CD


    Don't forget to request any tune you'd like to hear from "Greasefire!!, "Mobile" or "Roadhouse Manifesto" at
    your powerful, local station below. Just click and let 'er fly - here ya' go - thanks!

    The Bone 107.7 FM - San Francisco, CA (
    featuring the great Steven Seaweed!)
    KRSH - Santa Rosa, CA (
    featuring the great Bill Bowker!)
    KVMR - Nevada City, CA (
    featuring the great Wesley Robertson!)
    KPOO - San Francisco, CA (
    Best little station in the world, featuring the great Johnny Brooklyn!)
    KFOG - San Francisco, CA
    KPIG - Freedom/Salinas/Monterey, CA





Rolling Stone Online
"Roadhouse Manifesto"++
*****
5 of 5 Stars

"There's just 3 words for this album. It Kicks Ass. Keith Karloff's method of trying the songs out live before even working them onto the CD truly makes a record without a sleeper on it. Even the pre mastered discs enjoyed airplay on 91.3 KSVY in Sonoma long before the CD got it's 'official' release. The 'Old School' tone and format of the songs make it familiar the first time you listen to it.
If you don't like 'Live to Ride' then you've never liked straight forward rock. There's no gimmicks on this disc, Just straight forward Blues based rock and roll. Can't wait till they come back to Sonoma to see what Keith and Co. have up their sleeves."

James Marshall Berry Sonoma Valley Music Scene 91.3 KSVY FM www.KSVY.org - Rolling Stone Online


Excerpts from two new "Mobile" reviews from the legendary BluesBlast Magazine (IL) and Northern Florida's own "Gainesville 365"


Gainesville 365 (FL)

The Bonedrivers "Mobile" (BlueBlack Records) BB 4444

In “Mobile,” Karloff gets his feet wet enough in Delta sound to make a believable anthem.  There’s not a shred of copycatting in any of the ten songs.  Things are kept simple for the most part, and this makes the CD a real gem.  As I listened to it, I pondered why it worked when it could easily have failed and I came up with a combination of two factors:  Simplicity and originality.  Karloff has authored a straight-up set of good old bar boogie minus the melancholy of inauthentic place and time.

The best of these tunes are “It’s a Beautiful Thing” and “Honky Tonk Prayer,” which Karloff has also cut for radio.  The first is a love song to, of all things, domestication of the male animal, and the second is one of the best “Southern” songs I’ve heard in decades.  Karloff doesn’t seem to be someone who overwrites and then has to mercilessly edit.  Music and lyric are in perfect balance and that is, I think, one of the hallmarks of the Southern rock genre in general or to all forms of song.

The other seven songs, including the Delta-stomper “Gimme Lightning,” are a roadmap, ranging from Memphis to the Carolinas and the deep bayou.  This might not be clear to the Northern ear and that’s fine, too. Bonedrivers are not a cover outfit and achieve success on their own merits and with some very hard work.  The biggest compliment I can pay them and their new album is that it is my earnest belief that they could slide right into some of our more discerning venues and fit right in.

S. Mars 2/10/11
Full Review




Bluesblast Magazine (IL)

The Bonedrivers "Mobile" (BlueBlack Records) BB 4444

Have I got a band for you if you’re partial to Foghat, Grand Funk Railroad, southern rock, BTO or the crunchier reaches of the Led Zeppelin catalog. Throw in a dash of The Outlaws and stir vigorously. Thick power chords, thumping jungle-drums, manic slide guitar excursions and even harmony vocals are here for the taking. Front man-guitarist-singer Keith Karloff leads his merry troupe thru power-rock accented by funk and the requisite positive “dude commander vibe”. Karloff stretches out his guitar prowess here in fine form and the lead vocals show more depth with each repeated listening.
Blues-rock paradise awaits you compliments of this San Francisco boogie band!

Greg “Bluesdog” Szalony 2/17/11
Full Review



All Bonedrivers tracks available at your favorite download sites right now. Here are some links for digital purchase and/or to pick up a hard copy via mail order if you are more comfortable transacting with the Big Kahuna Co.'s than with little ol' BB Records directly:

Amazon.com
BestBuy
CD Universe
Condensed Listing of Online CD Outlets

(for our friends in Europe):
CD Market


We greatly appreciate your continued friendship and support!

s


Live Lance Monthly review from Red Devil Lounge, San Francisco supporting The Yardbirds:

Red Devil Lounge, San Francisco
April 1, 2007

"Then came The Bonedrivers, a power trio so electrifying they could light a room of candles. Dripping with self-assurance, they covered all bases, from the blues to funk to standard rock and roll. Try to imagine ZZ Top battling it out with Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Jimi Hendrix Experience and George Thorogood and The Destroyers, and that should clue you in on where The Bonedrivers are at. The band delivered boogie rhythms by the score, the drumming was explosive, the vocals were pleasingly gritty and the guitar and bass work sizzled and slinked with thrilling sensations ... By the time The Yardbirds appeared, the crowd was already dangerously on fire."

Beverly Patterson, Lance Monthly, May 2007

 


All CD tracks are now available for download for you Earbud Folks right here:

iTunes
Yahoo Music
Audio Lunchbox
MP3.com
MSNMusic

eMusic


A special note to our International Friends:
Roadhouse Manifesto
is now available for download worldwide at:

HMV (Japan)
Omskrock (Russia)
Helitroop (Finland)
Beslist (Netherlands)
Megastore (Sweden)
Audio3 (Czech Rep.)
Destra (Australia)
Fotolog (Brazil
)



* Please feel free to make your Bonedrivers listening requests to the following stations - they're already spinning "Roadhouse Manifesto" and some have just added our disc to their steady rotation!

KRSH - Santa Rosa, CA
KSVY -
Sonoma, CA
KPIG -
Monterey, CA
KKUP -
Cupertino, CA
KXJZ -
Sacramento, CA
KKTO -
Tahoe City, CA/Reno, NV
KZSU -
Stanford University Radio
KSJS -
San Jose State University Radio
KPOO -
San Francisco, CA
KPFA -
Berkeley, CA
KCRW -
Santa Barbara, CA
KFJC -
Los Altos Hills, CA
KALX -
UC Berkeley Radio
KUSP -
Santa Cruz, CA
KUNR -
University of Nevada at Reno
KQNC
- Quincy, CA
KUOP
- Stockton/Modesto, CA
KXJS
- Sutter/Marysville/Yuba City, CA
KSSU
- Sacramento State University Radio
KIAK
- Fairbanks, Alaska
www.hotmix106.com
- Sacramento, CA