Eugene Robinson is, among many other things, the American-man version of P.J. Harvey where she's eccentric and howling about what's been done to her, he's menacing and howling about what he'll do to you. The iconic frontman of art-metal band Oxbow is also a champion Sanshou and Submission Fighting competitor and the author of a book called FIGHT: everything you ever wanted to know about ass-kicking but were afraid you'd get your ass kicked for asking. He's famous for two things, live: physically "subduing" hecklers, and disrobing. If you have a better nominee for Most Interesting Person in San Francisco This Quarter, then please, please let us know. Tonight he appears as a special guest with Generalissimo, Pegataur, and Nero Order. It's not known exactly what he plans to do onstage: Read? Fight? Sing? Strip?
Generalissimo, Pegataur, and Nero Order share the stage with Eugene Robinson.
Tue., Nov. 16, 8:30 p.m., 2010