Upcoming Concerts

  • May 25
    BottleRock Music Festival
    Napa Valley, CA
May 25
BottleRock Music Festival - Napa Valley, CA

Moonalice News

  • Jerry Day in San Francisco: check out the video archive!
  • Check this epic show from the Hopmonk in Sebastopol
  • Moonalice plays Dead!!!
  • Enjoy the video archive from Humbrews in Arcata, CA!
  • Enjoy the video archive from Moonalice at Fais Do Do in LA!
  • Enjoy archive video from 4/20!!!
  • Compliance with Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
  • Hardly Strictly Bluegrass - A Privilege To Play
  • LOCKN' FREE 2017 Livestream Courtesy of Ben and Jerry's, Airstream, and YouTube, with Suggested Donations to the Heal Charlottesville Fund
  • Moonalice To Play At Slide Ranch Grand Opening Of New Farm-to-Table Teaching Center
Jerry Day in San Francisco: check out the video archive!
Check this epic show from the Hopmonk in Sebastopol
Moonalice plays Dead!!!
Enjoy the video archive from Humbrews in Arcata, CA!
Enjoy the video archive from Moonalice at Fais Do Do in LA!
Enjoy archive video from 4/20!!!
Compliance with Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass - A Privilege To Play
LOCKN' FREE 2017 Livestream Courtesy of Ben and Jerry's, Airstream, and YouTube, with Suggested Donations to the Heal Charlottesville Fund
Moonalice To Play At Slide Ranch Grand Opening Of New Farm-to-Table Teaching Center

What To Watch (Archive)

  • Dec 16, 2018 / The Saint (Asbury Park)
  • Nov 25, 2018 / Moe's Alley (Santa Cruz)
    According to Moonalice legend, the climate is changing. After decades of being chill, the climate is get...
  • Dec 12, 2018 / The Rising Sun Barn (Telford)
  • Dec 14, 2018 / The Capitol Theatre (Port Chester)
  • Nov 30, 2018 / Odd Fellows Hall (Auburn)
    According to Moonalice legend, we have long been fascinated by the Independent Organization of Odd Fellow...
  • Jan 10, 2019 / Sweetwater Music Hall (Mill Valley)
  • Dec 1, 2018 / The Reel Fish Shop (Sonoma)
    According to Moonalice Legend, tonight is our final concert of 2018. It has been a mind blowing year ......
  • Dec 15, 2018 / Gypsy Sally's (Washington )
  • Dec 17, 2018 / Still Partners (Sea Cliff)
  • Dec 13, 2018 / MilkBoy (Philadelphia)
Dec 16, 2018 / The Saint (Asbury Park)
Nov 25, 2018 / Moe's Alley (Santa Cruz)
According to Moonalice legend, the climate is changing. After decades of being chill, the climate is get...
Dec 12, 2018 / The Rising Sun Barn (Telford)
Dec 14, 2018 / The Capitol Theatre (Port Chester)
Nov 30, 2018 / Odd Fellows Hall (Auburn)
According to Moonalice legend, we have long been fascinated by the Independent Organization of Odd Fellow...
Jan 10, 2019 / Sweetwater Music Hall (Mill Valley)
Dec 1, 2018 / The Reel Fish Shop (Sonoma)
According to Moonalice Legend, tonight is our final concert of 2018. It has been a mind blowing year ......
Dec 15, 2018 / Gypsy Sally's (Washington )
Dec 17, 2018 / Still Partners (Sea Cliff)
Dec 13, 2018 / MilkBoy (Philadelphia)

Roger McNamee - Free Super Bowl Tailgate Party Show At Sweetwater Music Hall - 5 Feb. 2017

Roger McNamee, founder of San Francisco jam band Moonalice and acoustic duo and band Doobie Decibel System, will be performing at Sweetwater Music Hall on 5 February in a "Super Bowl Tailgate Party."

Roger, who spent the majority of his career in the emerging tech industry and is a regular contributor to broadcasts like CNBC’s Squawk Alley, has returned to his roots as a musician.

He described his inverted path to the stage in a recent interview, “Here’s how it worked. When I was in college, I was in a really awesome band called Guff. I think we really had a real shot. It was 1980 and we were playing really at the intersection of the Grateful Dead, Frank Zappa and punk, and it was a good time to be playing that kind of music. We were a quartet and the guy who wrote the songs fell in love and ran away. I had been supporting myself through all of this and I had all these student loans and then, suddenly, the notion of going off and trying the band thing without our core songwriter just seemed really risky. So I went off and got a day job. By a series of total miracles…it worked out really, really well!”

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