Another Planet Entertainment
San Francisco Residency
Nicki Bluhm and
The Gramblers
with guests:
The Brothers Comatose
DJ Britt Govea

Fresh off the success of the latest "Van Sessions" cover of Hall and Oates "I Can't Go For That" - with 1.1 million views on YouTube and growing - and a sold out show at LA's famed Hotel Cafe, Nicki Bluhm and The Gramblers are set to hit the road and spend the rest of the year on a North American Tour. The band will headline a month long residency at Rickshaw Stop in San Francisco this June and participate in a bevy of festivals including Grace Potter's Grand Point North in Vermont, The Festy in Virginia and Jam Cruise 11.

Nicki Bluhm and The Gramblers were founded in San Francisco in 2008 by Nicki, her husband Tim Bluhm (The Mother Hips) and childhood friend Deren Ney. They were soon joined by bassist Steve Adams (ALO), Dave Mulligan on rhythm guitar and drummer Mike Curry and released their debut album 'Toby's Song' in 2008 and follow up, 'Driftwood' in 2011. The band has been winning fans and critics the old fashioned way: with hard work, great songs and relentless touring. The Sacramento Press cheers "It's Americana pop rock, with a little country and a lot of California soul. I wanna listen to this album with the windows rolled down, driving along a two-lane country highway to anywhere."

What's wonderful about the "Van Sessions" is that they have led new fans to discover the original, sundrenched songs of Nicki Bluhm and The Gramblers. Due to popular demand, on July 17th 'Driftwood'(Little Sur Records) will be available on CD and vinyl at record stores and online across the country.

"She's a freak of nature. I couldn't believe she was real." - Bob Lefsetz

"Part Karen Carpenter and part Grace Slick, Bluhm's voice moves effortlessly between softer, country tinged balladry and retro 60's/70's rock." - No Depression

Venue: Rickshaw Stop

Location: San Francisco, CA
Show Date: Tuesday, June 5
Show Time: 8:00PM
On Sale Date: Friday, May 11
Ticket Price: $10 adv | $12 door
*plus applicable service fees

Tickets are also available service charge free at The Fox Theater's Box Office (located on the 19th street side of the theater) on show dates and on Fridays from noon - 7:00pm, and at The Independent box office (628 Divisadero, SF) Monday through Friday 11am-6pm with a $1 service fee.