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HUNTINANNY – MONDAY, 7/25 @ 5:30PM
Huntinanny is a San Francisco based all-original Rock-a-Billy / Surf / Americana band. Being somewhat genre defying, we prefer to call it Thrashy Tonk music. All self-produced music can be found on Bandcamp and ReverbNation with a few self-produced videos on YouTube.
Huntinanny was the 2014 winner of the Haight Street Fair battle of the bands and invited to play the main stage for that year’s Haight Street Fair. We have been featured on Reality Check TV and enjoy regular play on “The Watt from Pedro Show” (Mike Watt’s internet radio program). For a portion of the Summer of 2015 we were also #1 on the ReverbNation country charts for San Francisco. Additionally, we have 1,000+ plays on ReverbNation and we are closing in on 1,000 friends on Facebook.
The core philosophy of the band is to always keep the audience dancing and fans guessing where our sound is going next. We have often been told that we cannot be compared to any other bands because no one can name another band that does what we do. There are very few places we are not willing to go with our music.
To date we have completed 1 nation-wide tour (32 days) and one West Coast tour (14 days) both were booked and funded by the band with some promotional considerations from Pabst Blue Ribbon for the west coast tour. In total we have played close to 300 shows since 2009.
Currently, we have one self-produced album “Trashy Tonk” that was recorded at Faultline Studios (SF) which was met with modest online success with 300 copies sold so far.
““Formed in 2008 in SF Mission district, Huntinanny formed originally as an Old Time jug band and Quickly Grew to become a dynamic and eclectic Americana Thrash Tonk/Rockabilly/ band. One of the best Local Americana bands in the bay-area…” -Earl Mega, Readers dialect Huntinanny (May 05, 2011)”
“Once again Huntianny does not disappoint. I now understand why they are always the closing act. The other bands simply do not want to follow them. They will simply wear a room out.” – Joe Kukura, SF Evergreen (June 2015)