Local Bay Area music scene favorite Annie Bacon is playing the Hotel Utah on 11/29 with two LA-based musicians – Sara Noelle and Karen Dezelle. As a fun promotional item, she will be handing out bacon to anyone who is on or who joins her mailing list that night — Cause Annie Bacon.
She just released a new live video shot in 360, which can be seen above and is re-releasing an ode to local transgender legend Nicole McRory during Trans Awareness Week next week.
Annie Bacon plays the Hotel Utah Wednesday, Nov. 29 / Show 8:00 / $10 / 21+
Purchase tickets HERE
“Annie Bacon … creates a cinematic experience for listeners… her sound varies as each track pulls from various influences, sometimes folk, sometimes indie-rock, but always fiercely emotional. (“What we said” is) a track and video that you’ll forget you’ve left on repeat all day.
“Bacon’s newest release “What We Said,” stirs a dream-like air of a musician finding their way back home”
~ SF Sounds
“When I think of people who exemplify the Bay Area’s creative culture, I think of people like Annie Bacon. Highly original, filled with integrity and continually questing.”
“Songs full of empathy and passion”
~The Bay Bridged
“Some nights you need to rock out to hardcore, other nights you want sweet and tender vocals over a folk-y melody, the kinds of songs in which the lyrics mean something and the music carries you right along. Annie Bacon, also known for her “Folk Opera” work, offers that soothing sound you may yearn …Think Americana, with an emotionally driven undertone.”
~SF Bay Guardian