See the Ferocious Few Live at The Bus Stop in San Francisco on Friday, June 16!
The Bus Stop
1901 Union Street, San Francisco, CA
Francisco Fernandez has been the bucking force behind his unstoppable outlaw cowboy band for the last ten years. His punkabilly roadhouse rock and roll has commanded attention anywhere he plays, charging upwards from the streets of San Francisco to eventually headlining SF’s The Great American Music Hall and opening for Cyndi Lauper on her Memphis Blues tour.
Francisco’s been busier than ever these days, headlining Lightning in a Bottle, LA’s The Mint and House of Blues, and many other festivals and venues on the west coast this summer.
Now The Ferocious Few is making music their full time job, touring endlessly in a Prius with their mind set on playing for as many people as possible.
With thousands of Facebook fans demanding they play around the country, help them give people what they want: Rock & roll with as much soul as grit.
THE FEROCIOUS FEW
Nick Veronin, Wired“San Francisco band The Ferocious Few drew power from their car battery to amp up a sidewalk performance.”
Lewis Wallace, Wired
“Juices, their debut LP on Birdman Records, is a visceral and viscous testament to their stunningly heartfelt brutality.”
“Just two dudes, one drum set, one guitar, one amp. They seriously blew my mind.”
Kalesa Ferrucci, The Daily Californian
“It’s hard to believe that two people can make the raucous kinda noise these guys can, but these two gents prove that sometimes two can be the magic number for achieving musical awesomeness. They’re also badass and will play on stages and sidewalks alike. The Ferocious Few is soulful and filthy and a little raunchy, and I sure do like it.”
Megan Terrible, Les Enfants Terribles
“…the Ferocious Few serve up a raw, real platter of rock and roll. With a twist of punk and a bit of rockabilly, the Ferocious Few come together to make their own blend of rock, inspired by the state of the country, life experiences and their personal music collections.”
“…this duo whip up a carnal excitement that simply electrifies every place they perform, they are set to take over the world as if it was their very own street corner.”