SAN FRANCISCO, CA, June 03, 2015 /24-7PressRelease/
-- In an effort to bring back a fun, freedom and peace-loving spirit to the streets of San Francisco, the all female rock'n'roll trio, "Down in Front" will perform at a baker's dozen of donut shops on Friday, June 5th in celebration of National Donut Day. The band will travel and perform on the back of a pickup truck that will be outfitted as a full concert performance stage.
The band, whose first full length album is entitled, "Down in Front does The Donut Shop" consists of local multi-instrumentalists Japa Kaur, Julie Andrews and Deona "STX" Parfet, on drums. The title track of their album, "The Donut Shop" written by the band's primary songwriter, Japa Kaur
, features the lyric, "Why can't men be like donuts in a donut shop, all lined up in little plastic trays? You check the flavors, pick one out, so many donuts, so few days."
"We are stoked," says Japa. "Donuts have been a part of my life since I was a kid. Before we were old enough to drink, there was nowhere else to go at night, so we'd end up at the 24-hour donut shop. It's not just donuts. It's about community. It's about peace and love and just having a good time."
The band will play at 13 donut shops throughout the Bay Area, beginning in San Carlos at 10am. The tour will continue up the Peninsula, play at a variety of donut shops in San Francisco, then on to Berkeley, and finishing up at Lakeshore Avenue in Oakland. A full lineup of their tour can be found at the band's website, downinfront.biz
. You can also be informed of their whereabouts by following them on Twitter
or by liking them on Facebook