Everyday Sunshine and San Francisco Documentary Film Festival Opening Party
We skipped the film, even though I really wanted to meet the artists and directors. I am happy we got to the DNA Lounge early--I mean really early, 9:30 PM. Parking was no problem, we even got seats (smile) in the balcony. The first two bands were decent, both from Oakland--funny coincidence.
I liked the rock band and the drumming goups dressed in Elegua's colors--red and black were also a great warm up for Fishbone, who were one of the best bands I have ever seen. They were high energy and great musicians.
Angelo Moore, saxes and other instruments, plus vocals was jumping and bouncing and flying off the stage for the entire set--we left at 1:30 AM and there were three more songs on the set list.
San Francisco Documentary Film Festival knows how to party!
Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone is screening tonight in San Rafael at the Rafael Film Center as a part of the Mill Valley Film Festival at 7 PM and again at Doc Fest. Visit www.sfindie.com