Wreckless Strangers

Following an exhilarating tour in the Pacific Northwest as the support act for Jennifer Hartswick Band, Wreckless Strangers are thrilled to announce their show at the Felton Music Hall supporting guitar player and singer-songwriter Grahame Lesh & Friends.

Wreckless Strangers and Pardon the Interruption return to Peri's in Fairfax, CA, for a night of high-energy, rock 'n' roll fun on Friday, April 12.

Wreckless Strangers are excited to kick off 2024 with a dinner show at one of their favorite Marin County hotspots, Rancho Nicasio, on Saturday, January 13. After closing out an adventurous 2023, where the band not only released a new EP, Orange Sky Dream, but played to new audiences in the Pacific Northwest, Southern California, and even the East Coast, the band is looking forward to more fun times at live shows in the new year.

Wreckless Strangers are thrilled to play a mini–Northern California tour as the support act for soul, funk, rock, and rhythm and blues band The Nth Power. The Wreckless Strangers will bring their unique blend of blues, R&B, Americana, and rock as they kick off shows at The Independent in San Francisco on December 14; Moe's Alley in Santa Cruz, on December 15; and Lost on Main in Chico, on December 16.

The Wreckless Strangers describe their sound as a blend of blues, R&B, Americana, and good old-fashioned rock ‘n’ roll. On Orange Sky Dream, the sextet's latest EP, that blend is heavily laced with late-70's / early-80's FM radio rock. The EP's six songs on this release evoke an era of cassette tapes and Cameros, and a generation of older Americans still shy of Social Security eligibility are going to feel like they're listening to songs they might have sung along to in high school.  

Wreckless Strangers are thrilled to announce their fall tour schedule and forthcoming EP. With exciting new shows in some of the Bay Area's most legendary concert halls - The Fillmore Auditorium, The Independent, Golden Gate Parks' Bandshell, Sweetwater Music Hall, Moe's Alley, and more - there's ample opportunity for Wreckless Strangers' fans to catch them live.

The Wreckless Strangers have been busy on the road this spring playing to new fans in the Pacific Northwest and Southern California. The band is excited to return home to the Bay Area, hit some Sierra mountain towns, and expand their tour further across the country to the East Coast over the next few months. From historic watering holes and outdoor festivals to free community celebrations and beer gardens to Zen barns, there are a variety of places to catch the Wreckless Strangers and their brand of “California Americana Soul” over the coming months.

Woollystar Music Festival offers an exceptional natural setting for showcasing an eclectic line-up of music and film for up to 300 people a day.  Woollystar is for anyone who appreciates an intimate experience of live music, nature, and camping. With its stunning views of the surrounding Sierra Nevada, Woollystar Ranch provides the perfect setting for a weekend of relaxation, entertainment, and community.

After a successful Southern California road trip and tour, the San Francisco Bay Area’s Wreckless Strangers are excited to hit the road again and bring some “California Americana Soul“ to the Pacific Northwest. The band continues to grow its fanbase through its high-powered live performances and airplay of their 2022 debut album When the Sun and a Blue Star Collide, which landed Twangville’s “Readers’ Pick: Best Album of 2022” spot.

Wreckless Strangers, Bay Area Americana troubadours noted for their prolific songwriting and energetic live shows, return to Marin County with a show at Peri’s in downtown Fairfax on Friday, April 7. Dating back to 1948, Peri’s is a fourth-generation family-owned establishment and one of Marin County’s most beloved live music venues. Tickets for the show are available online now.

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