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Sounds Like San Diego: September 3

Find out why Vancouver's Said the Whale is the next big thing at the Soda Bar

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Vanessa Heins
    Find out why Vancouver's Said the Whale is the next big thing at the Soda Bar on Tuesday.

    It was just a few short weeks ago that I was talking up the Kopecky Family Band, who were headlining at Soda Bar. That same night, I mentioned Said the Whale, the Vancouver band that impressed me a few years back after they performed in San Diego. I even bumped into them at a random gas station in New Mexico as we were headed to SxSW. The band is finally getting the momentum they deserve and are returning with a headlining spot at Soda Bar. Said the Whale is fun and energetic. They have mastered their indie craft and deserve the "Next Big Thing" accolades.

    Tuesday September 3:

    • 91X presents Said the Whale, Kera & the Lesbians, Social Club @ Soda Bar
    • Grand Tarantula, Chess Wars @ the Griffin
    • John Hiatt @ Belly Up
    • Mockingbird, Requiem for the Rockets, Craiglist Killers @ Tin Can Ale House
    • The Mattson 2 @ El Dorado
    • Lady Dottie & the Diamonds @ Seven Grand
    • Len Rainey @ Humphreys Backstage Live
    • Mike Wofford/Holly Hofmann Quartet @ Croce's
    • The Routine @ Winstons
    • Train of Thought @ Queen Bee's
    • Comedy Night @ Lestat's
    • Tomcat Courtney @ La Gran Tapa
    • Doug Allen @ the Kraken
    • Sweet Dreams @ Tiki House
    • High Tech Tuesdays @ Kava Lounge
    • Walter's Chicken Jam @ Patrick's Gaslamp Pub
    • Stand Up Comedy @ Til-Two Club
    • 710 Bass Club @ 710 Beach Clubb

    Rosemary Bystrak writes about the San Diego music scene, events and general musings about life in San Diego on San Diego: Dialed In. Follow her updates on Twitter or contact her directly.