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Renee Bodie 
Bodie House Music, Inc 
818 6218309 


May 01, 2010 at 08:00 PM 
May 01, 2010 at 11:00 PM 

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Thousand Oaks (Grant R. Brimhall) Library 
1401 E. Janss Rd
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362

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Blame Sally Band

Blame Sally

Saturday, May 1, 2010

A unique collective of four distinct voices and musical backgrounds, Blame Sally has
forged a compelling and original sound that has earned the band the well-deserved
reputation as “Bay Area phenomenon”. Recently signing a five year mid-six figure recorddeal, the band's spirited, take-no-prisoners attitude is a welcome contrast to traditional folkie navel-gazing, and the band has the songs, chops and pipes to back up their tough-talking, clear-minded folk rock. In May, 2009 the band released Night of 1000 Stars, produced by Grammy nominated producer, Lee Townsend. Blame Sally 2As they have always done, Blame Sally uses personal and topical issues to fuel their powerful songwriting and jubilant ensemble musicianship. Whether through the anguished voice of an Afghan war veteran, the cancer survivor finding some humor in new age bromides or the woman who’s passion comes on like a summer thunderstorm, each track on Night of 1000 Stars is rich with authenticity and emotion.

"One of the finest Americana bands in the country right now, like a folk-based U2." San Diego Troubadour

“The band’s four-part harmonies should not be missed. Don’t blame us if you’re the last on yourblock to check out Blame Sally.” Mare Wakefield, Performing Songwriter

"Beautiful harmonies, intricate instrumental work, smart lyrics, and gently energized rhythms markthe songs of this San Francisco-based folk-pop quartet...and together they create soulful, complex, finely crafted music." - Editor's Pick,

"These people are not only fine songwriters and strong musicians, but lovely human beings as well" Lee Townsend, Producer (

"Collectively they create multihued sonic and emotional tapestries, recalling the artful romanticism of Jane Siberry, the rich folk harmonies of the Indigo Girls and the percolating soulfulness of Joy of Cooking" San Francisco Chronicle

  • The doors open 1/2 hour before the show, so if you are one who likes to sit right up front and watch the hands of the musicians, you may want to get there early to get a good seat.
  • There is an appetizer/dessert/coffee/soda potluck at all of our shows, and food contributions are appreciated but definitely not required.. we are all confirmed choco-holics, so the more the merrier! At this venue, because it is at the library, there is a no alcohol policy...:( so sorry! can always stop at your favorite wine bistro on your way in...
  • This show is $20 (all proceeds go to the musicians!)

Don't forget to click on the link below to RSVP. See you at the show! If you can't get to one of ours, see one of the other  shows in the area... just get out there and see some live music!