Venue Details

Red Devil Lounge
at Clay St 1695 Polk St San Francisco, CA 94109
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4.1 / 5 Rated by 26 members
Review from Bruce F.
48 events 15 reviews

We had a good time but it is VERY crowded and hard to dance.

reviewed Nov 09 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from Five Star Cutie
24 events 9 reviews

Had never been to this venue and thought it was excellent space for dancing and seeing a live band. Sat upstairs most of the night. Foreverland was AWESOME. They put on a great show with tons of energy and enthusiasm.

reviewed Jul 27 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from schmen21
18 events 9 reviews

The venue was great: seating with tables if you like, dance floor with room to roam, clean washrooms...great band!

reviewed Jul 20 2012 report as inappropriate
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*May 3, 2013: Chum – A Tribute to Phish

*What started as three guys getting together just to see if they could ever make Stash sound anything like it ought to has turned into the Bay Area’s only Phish Tribute Band. Even if there weren’t a crowd around, Chum (a name the band chose to reflect their humble approach to its mission), would still be playing every week in their studio, debating intricate parts, fine-tuning tone and sweating out improvisational exercises in order to better understand how their musical heroes do what they do so well.

*May 4, 2013: Pop Rocks

Pop Rocks takes the audience on a musical ride of acid-washed jeans, teased hair and neon fabrics. Their catalog of pop, rock and R&B from the ‘80s to today covers mega hitmakers like Journey, U2, Prince and The Black Eyed Peas. Appearing in outlandish outfits, the band’s energetic but tight performances and crazy antics have created a huge fan base in the Bay Area and throughout California.

**May 16, 2013: The Egg & Sophia Barker of Zero 7

*The Egg are EDM dance technicians — playing live massive electronic, rock, funk and house-inspired dance music, with video triggers, samples and live and vocoder vocals. Their music is influenced by everything around them and inspired by artists such as Pink Floyd, Daft Punk, DFA Records, Hot Chip, Morgan Geist and the nu-gaze scene. The band is touring the USA this spring to support their new album, Something To Do.

You may know Sophie Barker as one of the vocalists on Zero 7’s Simple Things, that luscious, sweeping vocal at the forefront of the album’s breakaway hit “In The Waiting Line.” You may also know her for her work with Groove Armada, The Egg, Grooverider, Robin Guthrie (Cocteau Twins) and Muki, or maybe for her previous solo album Earthbound. She also worked on The Rainbow Collections, a series of children’s music. It’s been a packed 10 years, that’s for sure — but with the release of new album Seagull comes the chance to get to know the real Sophie.


May 30, 2013: The International Swingers

The International Swingers is a rock ‘n’ roll band. A group of mates who live and love music, and who like nothing better than to get on a stage and thrash the guitars and drums and play some organic, rockin’ tunes. Clem Burke is the drummer. People know Clem as a founding member of Blondie. He’s also played with Bob Dylan and The Eurythmics. On bass is Glen Matlock of Sex Pistols fame. After that Glen formed The Rich Kids and wrote and recorded with Iggy Pop. Guitarist James Stevenson played with Gen X, Chelsea and Gene Loves Jezebel, among others. Gary Twinn is the singer for Twenty Flight Rockers and Speedtwinn. But it’s because of histenor with Australian band Supernaut that this story takes place.

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