Downtown San Jose's Best Kept Secret
and Home of
The Tabard Theatre Company
As the resident and managing theatre company, Tabard has created a unique and intimate "Destination" for some of the best live music of all genres and most creative theatre productions, as well as a host of other performing arts events. TOSPS is also available for rent to private, for-profit, and non-profit organizations throughout the year, depending on availability.
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Most Tuesdays, 7pm
Check out the local talent! Theatre on San Pedro Square (TOSPS) presents different musicians each week—
Jazz — Blues — Guitar — Big Band
The admission is FREE! Enjoy the open bar and your favorite—or some new—talent!
|Aug. 19||Psychedelic Blues Rock||Snarky Cats & Friends|
|Aug. 26||Blues||The Pamela Banks Band|
|Sept. 2||Silicon Valley Blues Society||Bands TBA|
|Sept. 9||NO TOSPS TUESDAY|
|Sept. 16||Blues/Rock||Pearl Alley Band|
|Sept. 23||Old School Dance Music||Body, Mind and Soul|
|Sept. 30||Jazz/Blues||Trio De Funk|
The Tabard Theatre Company presents:
Syndicate of Sound
1966, All Over Again!
Get ready for an epic night revisiting the most prolific year in rock history.
Catch the Syndicate of Sound in the city they put on the rock-'n'-roll map when their snarling anthem "Little Girl" skyrocketed into the national Top Ten in 1966. Founding members Don Baskin (vocals), Bob Gonzalez (bass), and Jim Sawyers (guitar), flanked by Pat Hennessy on drums and Tom Muller on keyboards, combine song, story, video, and dance to recreate 1966, all over again!
Kenn Ellner, of San Jose's Count Five (“Psychotic Reaction”), and Joan Chiasera, renown vocalist and violinist for Gypsy, join the Syndicate to present this high-powered revival.
If you were there, you’ll revel in the flashback. If you weren’t, this is your chance to experience first-hand the mind-altering sounds, the frantic go-go dancing, the TV shows and ads… and everything that was 1966. What could be groovier!
Show Time: 8 p.m.