When presented with the question, “Do you like country music?” there appear to be three possible answers: 1) No; 2) Yes; and 3) I like “old school” country. If you answer with No. 3, or you wonder what this “old school” country is all about, drop by Old Ironsides on Saturday night to check out Red Meat, a San Francisco institution that brings the old honk tonk, twangy, Bakersfield sound to life. Mixing country, bluegrass, gospel, and Western swing, and decked out in their finest snap-front shirts, Red Meat has been crafting their sound since the early ’90s. Their music will make you stomp your boots and throw your Stetson into the air. (Boots and hats are optional, but a full throated yee-haw is required.)
What: Red Meat at Old Ironsides, 1901 10th St. (at S)
When: Saturday, Sept. 18 at 9 p.m.
Cost: $7 cover
More information: here