Queentide and Glenn Annie Hit the Stage at Santa Barbara’s SOhO on Saturday

Late Night Tunes by Val-Mar Records Cap Off What’s Sure to be a Fun Night

Queentide plays at SOhO on Saturday, November 26 | Credit: Courtesy

Looking for something fun to do this weekend after the turkey tryptophan fades? Locally grown
band Queentide with Glenn Annie, plus late night tunes by Val-Mar Records, hit the stage at
SOhO on Saturday, November 26.

The five musicians of Queentide — currently living and playing in Santa Barbara and Santa
Cruz — dip into salty grunge-rock with a modern, indie twist. Formed in 2019, the band spent
their first few months rehearsing on their front porch, coining a genre that would eventually
define their sound: Porch Rock. After an EP, two singles, and an album, the group is releasing
another single in November 2022.

Also rooted in Santa Barbara, Glenn Annie is an ensemble with an affinity for music from the
past. From melodic sing-songs to groove-driven dancing tunes — the music has an eclectic
sound that is reminiscent of early 70’s pop-rock.

Val-Mar Records, which seeks to keep the spirit of vinyl alive through limited edition pressings
and all-vinyl gigs around the Santa Barbara area, will be spinning late into the night as well.

The doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m. For more information or to purchase
tickets, click here.

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