Growing up in the ’70s in San Francisco, skateboard icon Tommy Guerrero’s soundtrack was the sun-soaked soul, funk and rock of the West Coast.
Globally renowned as part of the Bones Brigade skate collective, Guerrero also spent much of the ’70s and ’80s in bands, finding an outlet for his myriad influences that ranged from UK punk to new wave, Latin, jazz and hip-hop.
With its renegade visual aesthetic and open-minded approach to hip-hop and despite being based half way around the world, it’s somehow seemed the perfect fit for Guerrero to end up releasing two early solo albums on Mo’ Wax at the turn of the century.
Soul Food Taqueria and subsequent releases Road To Nowhere and No Mans Land solidified him as a cult figure on the indie circuit, thanks to his singular curbside folk, as lo-fi, street-smart beats hang out under his soft-touch guitar picking and dusty melodies.
Opening the show will be fast rising psychedelic soul singer James Alexander Bright.
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