The Silent Comedy at Carbone's
- When: Wednesday, March 9, 2011, 8 p.m.
- Where: Carbone's, Monterey
- Cost: $5
- Age limit: 21+
- Categories: Folk, Rock
In 1996, Jeremiah and Joshua Zimmerman set out on a whirlwind world tour which shaped and influenced their music. From playing folk instruments in the foothills of the Himalayas, to drawing crowds around pianos at Spanish shopping malls, the lads kept their musical outlet alive by any means possible thus leading to the formation of the Silent Comedy 10 years later. The Indie folk-rock band, hailing from San Diego, has quickly risen as a solid quintet who knows how to jam with songs infused with piano, harmonica, mandolin, and banjo. Sharing the stage with the likes of Mumford and Sons, MGMT, The Black Keys and Flogging Molly, The Silent Comedy returns to Carbones for a second dose of wild rock to promote their self-produced follow up LP, Common Faults. Also performing is Berkeley based, The special effects, and Monterey's Alex Ramirez. [LA]
8pm. Carbone's, 214 Lighthouse Ave., Monterey. $5. 643-9169.