See The Sippy Cups at Bimbo’s on Sunday

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Tue, November 10, 2009


Did you know that national kid-rock sensation The Sippy Cups got their start at the fundraiser for Moss Beach Park?  See the new show, based on music from new CD The Time Machine, at Bimbo’s 365 Club in San Francisco on Sunday.  Details below…

Continuing their national Time Machine 2009 Tour, The Sippy Cups return to historic and glamourous San Francisco nightclub Bimbo’s 365, with two shows at 1:00 and 4:00 pm on Sunday, November 15th.  Also featuring opening act Frances England.
                                       
WHAT: The Sippy Cups LIVE in The Time Machine, with special guest Frances England
WHEN:  Sunday, November 15th, 2009 at 1:00 & 4:00 pm
WHERE:  Bimbo’s 365 Club, 1025 Columbus Ave, San Francisco 94133
AGES: All
COST: $17 General Admission, Babes-in-Arms free
DETAILS & ADVANCE TICKETS: www.thesippycups.com (415) 335-4422

The latest show from national kid-rock sensation The Sippy Cups features original material from their third full-length CD, as well as a selection of recast cult classics from the likes of The Beatles and The Ramones.  Songs like "My Loose Tooth", "One Day Soon" and "Seven is the New 14" will delight children of all ages.  "Seven" was the first Children’s Music Discovery Download in history on the iTunes Music Store, received 90,000 downloads in one week, and shot to #1 on XM/Sirius Kids Place Live this past summer. 

The Sippy Cups’ famously rollicking stage-show keeps kids enthralled with a carnival of juggling, unicycling, comical characters and special effects.  Above the giant balloons and pogo-dancing pre-schoolers, show stopper Anna Robertson returns to The Sippy Stage on her aerial silks and spinning aerial hoop.  The Sippy Cups have astounded family audiences from coast to coast in one of the most exciting live shows on the scene. 

San Francisco singer/songwriter Frances England’s lo-fi kindie pop has garnered accolades and awards from a multitude of national music media, and been glowingly compared to musicians such as Sarah McLachlan and Norah Jones.  Cookie Magazine says:  "...while the songs may be about trycicles and picture books, England’s airy voice and sophisticated songwriting have definite adult appeal."  www.francesengland.com

"The Sippy Cups’ brand of cosmic rock & roll has to be seen to be believed.  The Time Machine is good, but you absolutely have to experience The Sippy Cups live…"  About.com Guide to Children’s Music

"This innovative San Francisco band doesn’t just play rock and roll, it plays WITH rock and roll, adding mischievous layers to a classic punk-funk sound."  Cookie Magazine

For photos & more details on the band:
http://www.paradigmagency.com/divisions/artist/publicity_details/391/

The Time Machine 2009 Tour:

Sunday, Sept. 27:  Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, Mountain View, CA
Saturday, Oct. 10:  Pittsburgh Creative Arts Literary Benefit, Pittsburgh, CA
Saturday, Oct. 24:  Tarrytown Music Hall, Tarrytown, NY
Sunday, Oct. 25:  Kingsborough College, Brooklyn, NY
Saturday, Nov. 7:  House of Blues, Hollywood, CA
Sunday, Nov. 15:  Bimbo’s 365 Club, San Francisco, CA
Saturday, Dec. 5:  The Fillmore at Irving Plaza, New York, NY
Sunday, Dec. 6:  The Egg, Albany, NY
Sunday, Dec. 13:  Ashkenaz, Berkeley CA