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Doors open at 7pm 21+  **(The venue will be closed from 6pm to 7pm to complete soundcheck and prepare the venue for the show) Doors open at 7pm sharp.  Advance hard copy tickets are available in person at Boo Boo Record Store in SLO. Print at home/mobile/will call tickets can be purchased online at Ticketfly.com by clicking: HERE. All tickets are general admission unless otherwise stated. The Siren is a small, intimate club style venue and seating is extremely limited on a first come first served basis after doors open and is dictated by estimated show sales. IT IS NOT A FULLY SEATED VENUE ON SELL OUT SHOWS. Food is still served during concerts. We appreciate you supporting live music at the Siren!

“Talk about star power, a killer voice and guitar skills. She said to the band as much to the audience, “I think tonight, we’ll just play some blues.” Playing slide guitar, Grainger began with rootsy blues, her voice full-bodied with plenty of soul. There was clarity there too with that unmistakable bell tone mixed with grit. We were in for some serious musicianship with Kara Grainger. Her vocals packed a punch and she played monster guitar solos that had the crowd whooping andclapping. Nice to see a female musician kick some a** like that”. – Rock & Blues Muse

Kara’s latest release “Living With Your Ghost”, which was released through Station House Records reached no. 3 on the Billboard Blues album charts and no. 89 on the Americana chart. The album was recorded in Austin Texas and co produced by Anders Osborne

Her music career began in a small suburban town of Sydney Australia and since then  has taken her on an incredible journey throughout the globe.  Combining tasteful blues and slide guitar, soulful vocals and a heartfelt approach to songwriting,  Kara’s  truly unique sound will leave you  uplifted, inspired and always wanting more.

At the age of 16 Kara joined with her brother Mitch Grainger to form the band “Papa Lips”. The band toured consistently throughout Australia and produced two studio albums that received national air play.

The band was heavily influenced by the sounds of Stax recording in Memphis, and by the Funky style of blues and soul that derived from New Orleans.

The Lost Monarchs are a Southern California jamband which draws influence from many styles of music to create their original music.  The members unify under a common goal of creating songs which breathe and grow, especially in a live performance where can connect with the audience. The band’s 2018 studio effort has been featured on college and major market radio in Southern California. With a new album on the way and slated for release June 4th 2019, the band will embark on a promotional tour to San Francisco, so stay tuned for news