Ok, all you SF Lindy Groove Folks... Lindy bomb the Delux TONIGHT...
Balboa Bombers welcome as there is no band at Le Colonial Monday.
HAMMOND CHEESE COMBO
(we'll see about mondays in April)
1511 Haight Street (at Ashbury)
San Francisco, CA
Showtime: approximately 7 - 10 pm
No pizza on Mondays....yet....keep on coming and they'll open the kitchen on Mondays! Cocktails. Dig the beautiful vintage birds-eye maple paneling, and the retro chrome & black silhouette cutouts & comfy booths.
The best way to describe it is '60s soul-jazz; the kind of greasy, groovy jazz you can sink your teeth into. It gets funky at times, and sometimes it gets go-go-ish. But mostly it's blues coming together with jazz over a deep groove. It's a quartet: Steve Lucky on the Hammond B3 organ, Miss Carmen Getit on guitar, Omar Aran drums and Danny Brown on sax.
THE HAMMOND CHEESE COMBO
This isn’t your everyday organ combo sandwich. Oh yeah, it’s got a lot of the same tasty ingredients you’ve tried and liked before. Like the groovy B3 sound, bad-ass tenor sax, soul-jazz grooves and a fat, yet slinky guitar.
But dig what makes the Hammond Cheese different.... this combo’s got the special sauce! And while we can’t divulge the secret blend that makes the special sauce special, we can tell you this; the Hammond Cheese Combo does have extra cheese and extra grease.
Some of the specials on our menu include tunes by the unrecognized organ genius Hank Marr, knockouts by Brother Jack McDuff, original pieces by Steve Lucky dripping with special sauce, and some extra cheese numbers sung by the captivating guitarist/vocalist Carmen Getit.
In addition to Steve Lucky on the Hammond B3 and Carmen Getit on guitar and vocals, the Hammond Cheese Combo features Danny Brown on tenor sax, and the groovin Omar Aran on drums, cookin’ up jazz-organ classics, original songs, & go-go‘60s sounds.