Callow on Callow — and a few other out-of-towners

8 Jan

Callow — a 6-year-old San Francisco indie rock band — comes to Bremerton’s Callow Avenue for a show @ The Chuck tonight (Jan. 8)…. which brings up a quick study of that word ‘callow’ — an adjective that means “lacking adult sophistication; immature” according to Webster’s.

Anyhow… The Bay Area band is joined by Alligators, Chyeah! Chyeah!, Rishloo and Ambulance. Doors @ 7 p.m., all ages, bar w/ ID, $5 cover @ The Charleston Music Venue, 333 Callow Ave. in Bremerton. For more on Callow, see

And here’s a few other out-of-towners coming to Kitsap that you might not want to miss:
Kepi Ghoulie formerly of the California pop punk band Groovie Ghoulies comes to the Charleston Jan. 12 with the Arizona-based Andrew Jackson Jihad and Partners 808 — joined by Kitsap locals The F’n A’s and …Is Electric. All Ages, bar w/ ID, $5 cover, doors at 7 p.m. @ The Charleston.

California folk singer Andrew Heringer comes to town for a double-header, playing an all ages acoustic show @ The Global Bean, 2021 NW Myhre Road in Silverdale Jan. 14, followed by a 21+ folk rock show @ The Manette, 2113 E. 11th St. in Bremerton Jan. 15. For more on Heringer, see

Seattle badasses Neon Nights return to Winterland, 1220 Sylvan Way in Bremerton, for what looks to be an insane, high-octane night w/ Port Angeles punks The Fixt and local badasses Artimus Maximus and The Jack Trippers.

Then on Jan. 23, Seattle rock-a-punk-a-billy band Dragstrip Riot comes to Winterland with Alabaster and Bedside Manner.

Both those shows are 21+, $5 cover @ Winterland. For more, see


One Response to “Callow on Callow — and a few other out-of-towners”

  1. D Bags January 24, 2010 at 10:46 am #

    this is a great zine here. well written, researched and informative. Thought about putting together one for the Port Angeles/Sequim area. I would run out of shit to write about quick. I can give endless fucked up stories about us (the fixt) and SHSTL but other than that i’d be tapped out. It would be baisis too cause metal ain’t my gig.

    So keep up the good work. We’ll do what we can to help to cause and we’ll keep spreading the good word

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