Posts Tagged ‘bottom of the hill’

Tonight’s the night

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

That’s right. Bottom of the Hill. 1233 17th St. CD Release. Pancake breakfast (at least for me).

2 days left…

Monday, May 10th, 2010

Friends and Loved Ones,

We’re writing to remind you that Lime Colony’s brand new release, Lime Colony, will be let loose this Wednesday night (5/12) at Bottom of the Hill in your very own San Francisco.  The doors will be opened at 8.  You’ll then be aurally enraptured by the likes of Blood & Sunshine and Passenger & Pilot.  Following that, Lime Colony will cap the night off with something special.  Something very special.  You know.  That one thing.  Yep.

So come along, bring your friends and don’t forget to hold on to your butts.



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Tuesday, October 13th, 2009

In only a few hours, and for only eight dollars, you will be able to witness live performances by Lime Colony, The Yellow Dress, Passenger & Pilot, and The JJ Schultz Band at “the best place to hear live music in San Francisco” (according to Rolling Stone and In case you don’t read with as much fervor as you should, here are the dirty details:

Doors are at 8:30pm

Cover is $8.00

The Yellow Dress

Lime Colony

Passenger & Pilot

The JJ Schultz Band

Please come.  We will be overjoyed if you do.  Don’t let the rain stop you.  Wear some galoshes, an oilskin jacket, or any combination of the two.  Throw in an umbrella for good measure.


Love, Lime Colony


Friday, September 18th, 2009

Lime Colony at Bottom of the Hill

Lime Colony at Bottom of the Hill! October 13th!

Tuesday, September 15th, 2009


See us!  Hear us!  Believe us!

If you couldn’t decipher the title of this post, or the silly words above, there is going to be a thunderous rock-and-roll concert in less than a month. It’s going to be at Bottom of the Hill, San Francisco, CA.  It’s going to be with The Yellow Dress.  It’s going to be with Passenger and Pilot.  It’s going to be with the JJ Schultz Band.

Fan A: “FOUR bands?”  Fan B: “Our dreams have come true.”  Fan A: “Yep.”

Read on for some more information…


Cover? $8.  Doors? 8:30pm.  Ages? 21+.  The order, chronologically? The JJ Schultz Band; Passenger and Pilot; Lime Colony; The Yellow Dress.

This show was conceived and assembled based on pure, hard, concrete scientific facts.  Equations were sketched and numbers were scattered.  Facial hair was grown and then furiously shaved.  Nothing could make you happier.