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The Bandpage Sessions are a series of recordings and videos featuring local and national acts. This a collaborative effort between Root Music, Volta Videography, Steve Rosenfield Photography and Faultline Studios.
Our second series of The BandPage Sessions features Tyler Bryant and The Shakedown doing 2 live songs at the Root Music/Faultline Studios show last October and a 3rd previously unreleased track.

Be sure to check out our BandPage on Facebook for releases!

The Bandpage Sessions are a series of recordings and videos featuring local and national acts. This a collaborative effort between Root Music, Volta Videography, Steve Rosenfield Photography and Faultline Studios.
Our first featured artist was Trevor Hall featuring 4 tracks with video.
Go to the Faultline Studios’ Root Music Bandpage to check out the entire series. The audio is available for download on Trevor Hall’s BandPage so, be sure to grab a track or 4!

UnderCover Presents, Faultline Studios, and KALX 90.7 FM are beyond thrilled to announce that Darren Johnston has curated a brilliant Bay Area lineup to reinterpret Nick Drake’s Pink Moon.

Doors: 7:30 PM
Show: 8 PM
Cover:$15 in advance, $20 at door
Advance Tickets:

SAE Institute is hosting a series of industry mixers during the course of 2012. This Friday, January 6th at 8PM Faultline Studios will be the featured recording studio along with marketing and management company, Famehouse.
Come have a drink with the Faultline crew and let’s talk shop!

Kimo’s has long been a staple in the music community hosting an endless roster of eclectic touring and local acts. Unfortunately, the space has been sold and closed it’s doors until further notice. Faultliners, The Nerv, will be playing a farewell show for Kimo’s at 330 Ritch with other rockers Agent Orange, Tokyo Raid, Inferno Of Joy and Suggies Friday, December 30th. Please come out and raise one last drink to Kimo’s!

Trevor Hall is an amazingly talented singer from Hilton Head, South Carolina who has gained national recognition and a hugely growing fan base from his lovely mix of reggae, rock and folk. Trevor has found his inspiration through meditation and his trips to India. He has also helped out an Indian school there with donations from proceeds of his shows.

Over the years, Trevor Hall has toured with many artists including: Jimmy Cliff, Steel Pulse, The Wailers, Matisyahu, Stevie Nicks, Ben Harper, Colbie Caillat, Los Lobos, Ziggy Marley, Rusted Root, and many others.

On his way through San Francisco on tour, Trevor came to Faultline to lay down 4 tunes for videos to be released through his Root Music Bandpage. The video was shot by Steve Rosenfield Photography and edited by Volta Videography so, keep an eye out for these exclusive Faultline Studios/Root Music sessions!

Photo at Faultline Studios by Steve Rosenfield Photography

We are proud to announce a Music + Tech Mixer with Root Music THIS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3RD! Guitar prodigy, Tyler Bryant, will be performing solo and with his band The Shakedown.

Tyler Bryant is a guitar prodigy who has shared the stage with Aerosmith, Heart, REO Speedwagon, Paul Simon, Jeff Beck, BB King, Pat Benatar, The Arc Angels, Vince Gill and many others. At age 15, Tyler won the Robert Johnson Blues Foundation’s New Generation Award, which recognized him as one of the most promising new artists on the music scene. He has also performed at Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival in Chicago, and was signed by Creative Artists Agency on the spot, after his first showcase in Nashville.

We invite all members of the Faultline Family to join us in this epic event!

Event Info:

Thur Nov 3rd @ 330 Ritch, SF
RootMusic Presents: VIP Bay Area Music + Tech Event featuring Tyler Bryant and the Shakedown.

7:30-9pm: Music + Tech Mixer- Come mingle with the bay area’s music/tech community.

9-10:30p: Intimate Acoustic Session with guitar prodigy Tyler Bryant. (Said to be a future guitar god by Jeff Beck, Vince Gill, and Steven Tyler) and Rock and Roll show by Tyler Bryant and the Shakedown –

10:30-11p: Meet and Greet + After show mingle

Facebook Event Link:

SVP via Eventbrite:

As many of you know, Faultline Fridays has become a great success and this Friday will be no exception! Faultline Fridays is a casual monthly gathering of the musical minds of The Bay Area with the goal to create a greater sense of community in our beloved music scene. We are taking it one step further by bringing in some of the Bay Area’s top artists to perform and be recorded right in front of you. All guests that give their email address will receive a link to download one or more of the live recordings. We are pleased to have Valerie Orth as our debut recording guest THIS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28th 5-9!

Valerie has been described as “sexy, soulful, genuine, and edgy” by the San Francisco Bay Guardian and an “indie folk powerhouse” by Bend’s Source Weekly, Valerie Orth is a fearless and genre-bending songwriter. Her distinctive hybrid of rock, groove, soul, and folk reaches out and grabs your attention; her live performances captivate and charm at once.

Rich with melody and metaphor, Orth’s tunes move nimbly between darkness and light, hope and despair, taking deft turns of phrase along unforeseen rhythmic twists in the road. With gorgeous, multi-octave vocals and no fear of heights, she flirts with the edge as readily as she subverts expectations.

“Unpredictable and highly original,“ writes the Jefferson Agrarian. “Just when you think she’s going to settle into a familiar groove, off she flies into the stratosphere with phrasings you never saw coming.”

Orth’s dynamic range as a performer is made all the more compelling by what the East Bay Express calls a “completely intuitive composition style.”

Orth grew up, as she puts it, “singing before I could talk.” That penchant led from musical theater productions in her youth to an African diaspora choir at Tufts University. Along the way, she studied drumming and dance in Ghana. But her background is mainly in activism. She campaigned for a women’s studies department at Tufts and organized rallies for fair trade and environmental justice. After graduating, Orth took a job with Green Corps, then moved to San Francisco and became a labor organizer for Global Exchange. She challenged corporate behemoths like Procter & Gamble and led the effort to pass San Francisco’s anti-sweatshop law in 2005.

After a few years of burning the midnight oil on grassroots campaigns that often found her working over 70 hours a week, Valerie decided to return to her musical roots, hopeful that her art might have similar impact to her work in social justice. “Songwriting and performing are basic necessities in my life,” she says. “I couldn’t stand the idea of not singing.”

Her new CD, Faraway City, which the East Bay Express described as “a remarkable piece of work,”features Scott Amendola (Charlie Hunter) on drums, Julie Wolf (Ani DiFranco, Indigo Girls) on piano and organ, and Jon Evans (Tori Amos) on bass and electric guitar. Produced by Evans, it amply displays Valerie’s range as composer, lyricist, and singer.

“I think we went a bit more ‘out-there’ than the regular singer-songwriter genre,” says Orth.

The same can be said of her dynamic live band, which features Veronika Safarova on bass, Eryn Allen on keys, Tyler Lewis on violin and electric guitar, Jeff Marrs on drums, and all of them singing background vocals. Together they have a compelling stage presence, fluid chemistry, and adventurous spirit that continuously gives back to their fans.

This an event not to be missed and be sure to check out Valerie’s new video “Blinding” directed by Dave “Dizmix” Lopez. We hope to see you there!


Combining instruments such as harmonica, accordion and keys over a double dose of guitar, bass and percussion, BURNriverBURN is a five-piece with a sound unique within the hard rock genre. In the face of the shear magnitude of their drop-tuned riffs rise the vocals of front man John Paterson who both hearkens back to a time when hard rock was just emerging and blazes a trail for the next generation to follow. Drummer Kevin Amann and bassist Dan Knight take the band through the elevations of each song like a locomotive pulling a train thought a mountain pass while guitarists Chuck Howell and Ray Morgan paint the ever-changing scenery with epic chord progressions, sanguine melodies and incendiary solos.

The name BURNriverBURN, coined by Howell, is a reference to Cleveland, Ohio and it’s infamous burning river the “Cuyahoga” which, due to massive dumping, was accidentally set ablaze several times in the late 60’s prompting the creation of the EPA.

This moniker is also a testament to the seemingly contradictory levels of pride and humility that engender most Clevelanders. Knight and Howell are no exception. Just to the right of Ohio come Amann and Paterson who hail from Jamestown, New York and Philly respectively, while Ray Morgan, an ex-patriot from Tallaght-Dublin, Ireland is the group’s sole import.

BURNriverBURN is a true democracy with all five members contributing to the writing and arrangement of all songs as well as art and print media.

With enough years in the business to hone their skills and temper their egos, the five members of BURNriverBURN spearhead the conspiracy to bring good old hard
Rock-n-roll back to the forefront of modern music…

The record was mastered here at Faultline Studios by Starita and will be released TODAY, OCTOBER 21st at their cd release party. The party will start at 9pm with a $10 dollar cover which includes a copy of the cd and drinks….you can’t beat that!

The Where House
2248 Jerrold Ave # 8
San Francisco, CA

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