Our feisty band of musicians, dancers, hoopers, and other fools is looking forward to a full round of events this year. This fall will be our 10th Anniversary and the party has already started.
Check out the events list to see when we’ll be performing in the months to come. You can find more info about each event on our Facebook Page.
Hi everybody! Spring just about past and summer is upon us. We’ve got our regular line-up of summer gigs and soon they’ll all be listed on this website! Check back soon!
Happy, Exhausted, and Oh So Full of Great Music!
The Hubbub Club was Honking in Seattle over Summer Solstice weekend this year. We played in Georgetown, marched in the Fremont Solstice Parade, performed in Gasworks Park and Seattle Center, and even visited an organic farm on Whidbey Island – always in the company of 35 other HONK Bands! Here’s some photos and videos from our weekend. And here’s more info on Honk!FestWest
Here’s Naomi playing with an assortment of other honkers on our last trip up to Seattle in 2013.
The Hubbub Club van full of our instruments and a few band members arrived in Seattle today for HONK FEST WEST 2015! All the rest of us bubs will be landing there soon so we can play our hearts out with 34 other alternative marching bands! It’s going to be a great weekend.
Thanks to our big Sonoma County hubbub family for helping us get to HONK. If you donated to our benefit online, your postcard will be in the mail soon!
More information about HONK:
We would like to say a huge “THANK YOU” to all our friends, fans, and fellow musicians who donated their time, money, stuff, and music to our super fun, incredibly successful fundraiser. It was a great night, and now we have the money we need to get up to HONK! in Seattle this June.
THANK YOU, EVERYONE!
The Hubbub Club is going to HONK and we need your support!
Please visit our site now on RocketHub to support our cause and get one of the beautiful gifts created by band members or donated by local businesses while supplies last.
As a grand finale to our fundraiser, we’re having an all ages show at 755 After Dark (formerly “Aubergine”) in Sebastopol on Friday, March 6th, 6pm to midnight, with five other local bands who know how to rock the house! We invite all our family, friends, and fans to join us there.
Tickets for the show are available at our Rocket Hub Fundraising Site!
Our deepest thanks to these amazing Sonoma County bands for donating their performance for our benefit:
Sean & Karen
The Easy Leaves Duo
Corner Store Kids
Local Businesses Who Have Contributed to Creating This Campaign:
We are looking for a dedicated bass drum player to join our brass band. Described as a cross between a New Orleans marching band and a Fellini movie, we’re acoustic – brass, percussion, woodwinds, accordions… and a banjo.
We rehearse every Sunday afternoon in Graton or Sebastopol and perform locally throughout the year.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT JOINING OUR BAND, choose “Contact Us” on the menu bar above.
Photo by Crista Jeremiason / The Press Democrat
We’re super pleased with the article in today’s Press Democrat by Mary Callahan. It’s on the front of the Empire News section and it’s all about us. You can check it out here: Local Street Band Attuned to Political Causes
The Hubbub Club has been busy! We led the Fools Parade in a fun and festive frolick through the funky town of Occidental.
And don’t forget the Apple Blossom Parade. Hubbubers were out in force. And we came away with a prize! Yes The Hubbub Club came in third place in Clean Emmisions! Way to keep it classy:)
Sitting here on our old rickety lazy boy with fresh blisters on my hand, I feel compelled to appreciate, and share the adventure I had with hubbub tonight:
So I’m at one of my daughter’s friend’s birthday parties on the other side of town when my alarm goes off to get my ass down to the Barlow…
So I pack up the bass drum in the baby cart, hook it up to my bike and hit the road.. .
I’m having flashes of E.T. as I’m sprinting though town on my bicycle weaving in and out of traffic trying to make it on time with my precious cargo. Just as I’m making some good time the buggy capsizes and the bass drum goes rolling out in the street. (Thank got it wasn’t the baby!) With spectators pointing and cringing, I put myself back together and start pedalling at full speed. Finally, I pull in to the meeting spot and lock up the bike only to find out I have no drum sticks or harness left in the cart??. (you know that crappy dream when you show up to school without pants!)
So I grab a bungee cord and my baby carrier to rig something up quickly. I can hear Moliendo playing in the short distance and think, “Great! I’ll just jump right in. No one will even notice that I’m late.”
I look up only to see our sousaphone fading away into a massive deep sea of humans….
At last, I reunite with my mothership, helping to bring smiles to the people…….
Wow, what a nite!
. . . Sent from outer space!
PD Article on Barlow Opening with photos of the Hububb Club
Are you a drummer or low brass player?
Do you want more music, community, and fun in your life?
The Hubbub Club is looking for percussionists and low brass players to join our band. We need cooperative, experienced performers who can learn multiple parts and fill in where needed. Drummers should have sticking experience.
Our band practices every Sunday afternoon in Graton and performs in Sonoma County several times each month. To get a better sense of who we are and how we sound, you can watch some of our videos. Interested? Contact us here!
The Hubbub Club is back from their epic journey to Seattle! We have many stories to tell and pictures to share. You can find photos on our Facebook page, on Flickr (taken by others) and on Hubbub’s Flickr Page (taken by our own band members).
And here’s a great video that’s shows just what a wild party we were havin’ up there in Seattle. (Stay with it and the image will come into focus.)
Greetings from Seattle! The Hubbub Club has been playing music in the streets with marching bands from all over the country these last few days. We are wired, tired and inspired!
Soon we’ll be back in Sonoma County with many stories to tell.