2040 TELEGRAPH AVENUE, OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA
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Monday - Closed
Tues/Wed/Thurs - 11:30am - 10:00pm
Friday & Saturday - 11:30am - Midnight
Sunday - 11:30am - 10:00pm
The family that brought you Oakland’s favorite dance floor, The Layover Music Bar and Art Lounge, has created yet another undeniably Oakland destination, Lost And Found. This is a tranquil spacious sun-filled indoor/outdoor beer garden, where one can get lost in the extensive beer offerings, and found in an accessible menu of high quality, healthy, delicious fare. The beer ranges from the traditional blue-collar pints to the European and local barrel aged high gravity craft brews. The menu is seasonal, inventive, fresh and accessible, and evokes many a street snack or a working class favorite from across the globe. Expect small bites, such as beef tendon “chicharrones,” corn on the cob “elotes,” instant ramen “Cheetos”, Korean fiery chicken wings, and an array of sandwiches, from jibaritos to beer can chicken “porchetta”. Dennis has worked in various kitchens around The Bay, such as Haven, Sweet Woodruff and FuseBox, and is bringing those influences along for the ride. The Family behind this project is expert at creating inviting space and atmosphere, so look out for this all-ages oasis in Uptown Oakland.
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3:00 PM to 3:35 PM
3:45 PM to 4:20 PM
4:30 PM to 5:05 PM
5:15 PM to 5:50 PM
Billie Gayle //
Hailing from the emerald Northwest, Billie Gayle intertwines roots of singer-songwriter folk, leading lady vocals, and an undeniable rhythmic quality, while integrating a lyric heavy style that paints pictures with a back beat.
Dane Ohri //
Nashville based storyteller Dane Ohri returns to Oakland for the 2014 Oakland music festival. Since early 2011 Dane has spent much of his time on the road including a surprise appearance joining Garrison Keillor’s ‘A Prairie Home Companion’ Summer Love tour, as well as the Americana Music Awards at the Ryman. At age 26, Dane has decided to dedicate his life in full time ministry.
Emily Moldy //
With a voice that has been compared to Fiona Apple, Adel, and Regina Spektor, indie-pop artist Emily Moldy’s California sound intertwines ribbons of folk, electronic, R&B and soul. In 2010 Emily released her first EP called “E is for Eleven,” which led to performing on tours with such names as Sean Hayes, Scarub (of the Living Legends), Mira and more. In 2012 her song “My Own One” was featured on a Nature Valley Thins Commercial, exposing her music to wider audiences and gaining her national recognition. She’s currently living and completing her full-length album in Oakland, CA. The album aims to be released at the end of 2014, (co-produced by Lila Rose and David Earl). In the Fall of 2014 Emily will not only release her first single from the album, but will be doing so under a new name; Emily Afton.
Search for her sounds and latests at www.emilymoldy.com
Kendra McKinley //
Kendra McKinley is a troubadour for the new millennium. Combining the sophistication of Tin Pan Alley melodies, the harmonic sensibility of 1960s chamber pop, and the seductive calm of Bossa Nova, McKinley creates intoxicating compositions that can bring even the rowdiest crowd to a standstill.
Berel Alexander //
Berel Alexander is a singer, songwriter with a flair for a stylish new take on West Coast Soul. Born in Northern California and raised on his father’s vintage vinyl collection and homemade mix tapes, he has been singing since he learned to talk and writing songs since soon after.
His sonically refreshing sound starts with his warm, passionate and agile vocals, couple with his strong skills on acoustic guitar. A feel good show is highlighted by thoughtful lyrics which remind us that hope still has a place in this crazy world.
While hard to categorize, Berel’s music is easy to love; for dancing, for listening, and for singing along. From the wilds of the Redwoods, to the streets of Oakland, to your town, Berel adeptly blends the rhythms of our times while honoring the classic pop, R & B and rock songs that have provided the soundtrack of our lives. It all adds up to a highly entertaining and uplifting experience, be it his recordings, his solo shows, or his full band.
Kelly McFarling //
“McFarling’s music occupies a place between places…” a testament to the singer songwriter herself, who has moved across the country from Georgia to California and dwelled in various places between. With an affinity for mountains and desert-scapes, and a sensibility for Southern literature, McFarling's music falls somewhere between a dark Emmylou Harris, or a bright Neko Case. Whether fireside or festival, McFarling’s voice can take you soaring with its distinctive clarity, or have you leaning into the intimate cracks of its authenticity. Her songs present honest aperture into the shaky and shimmering nature of transitions.
Gabriela is an up and coming vocalist and songwriter based predominately in the Bay Area. Her creations are centered deeply in the reclamation of heart & soul. She sings in rich color, words of the same hue. Her roots in soul, jazz, folk, and r&b allow for the exhibition of a hybrid genre created with intentional spontaneity and deep, open love. Songs of soul, aiming to inspire a desire for deeper connection. Her vocals can be heard nationally and internationally in both commercial and film. At 22, she is currently recording her debut original EP which will be released in October of 2014 with a subsequent West Coast Tour to be announced shortly after. Gabriela is simultaneously creating a career based in the idea of global healing through mediums of art and uninhibited expression. Trust, listen and love.
JC Villafan //
Villafan, a Los Angeles based singer-songwriter, began his musical career in coffee shops and neighborhood venues. Along with his evocative sense of lyricism and expressive guitar work, his charming stage presence and soulful vocal ability captivated a local fan base which has now expanded internationally. In France, his work has been highlighted on one of the country’s most popular television morning shows, Télématin, as well as French national newspapers, such as Le Progress and 20 Minutes. The course of his latest European tour, he’s performed upwards of 50 dates; each one electrifying and energetic as the last, successfully expanding his fan base. Now back in his hometown, Villafan seeks to forward his grassroots success.