"Trust is a Luxury" by Bucky Sinister. Recorded Live at the Viracocha. 

Some Candid Captures of Kurt Tub! Record Release Party at the Verdi Club by Red Scott

8/16. Kurt Tub!: Kurt Braunohler’s Record Release Party @ Verdi Club. 2424 Mariposa St. SF. 8pm. $18-$20. Featuring Laura Kightlinger, Sean Keane, Bucky Sinister, Nato Green, and musical guests The Wrong Words. Presented by Club Chuckles and The Business. 

[This show will most likely fill up: Kurt Braunohler has been rising for a number of years (with a high potential for “discoverability”); he compliments San Francisco (especially the demin-and-plaid parade of the Mission); and comes constipated with goodies and intangibles. I’ve heard How Do I Land?, the cause for celebration. It’s good. Braunohler has bottled charisma and earnest into a handsome offering. Stay tuned for a review, get ready for the bash.]

8/16. Kurt Tub!: Kurt Braunohler’s Record Release Party @ Verdi Club. 2424 Mariposa St. SF. 8pm. $18-$20. Featuring Laura Kightlinger, Sean Keane, Bucky Sinister, Nato Green, and musical guests The Wrong Words. Presented by Club Chuckles and The Business

[This show will most likely fill up: Kurt Braunohler has been rising for a number of years (with a high potential for “discoverability”); he compliments San Francisco (especially the demin-and-plaid parade of the Mission); and comes constipated with goodies and intangibles. I’ve heard How Do I Land?, the cause for celebration. It’s good. Braunohler has bottled charisma and earnest into a handsome offering. Stay tuned for a review, get ready for the bash.]


"44 [years-old] is a weird age because I still like heavy metal but I complain that it’s too loud."

- Bucky Sinister @ San Francisco Punch Line [Paraphrase]
[Photo by Red Scott]

"44 [years-old] is a weird age because I still like heavy metal but I complain that it’s too loud."

- Bucky Sinister @ San Francisco Punch Line [Paraphrase]

[Photo by Red Scott]

(Source: flickr.com)

Bucky Sinister @ Make Out Room for Romane Event Comedy Show

"The Loudest, Fastest Abraham Lincoln Poem Ever" by Bucky Sinister. Album: Sensitive Badass. Year: 2011.

(Source: Spotify)

Show Review: The Business 4 Year Anniversary (4/17/2013)

It’s t-minus fifteen minutes. The audience remains translucent. 49-seats of emptiness connects two pools of light. In the lobby Wigglesworth, nicest cyberpirate, watches the door with French bulldog, Wellington, lazily laying nearby. Across the moody, barren strait, a smattering of chattery, the loudest voice belonging to Bucky Sinister.

Bucky has probably heard some offensive assumptions: stocky, tattooed, downplayed dapper with freshly cut, slick hair. In the avocado-green room, with suspended livery and hoarded horrors, the sensitive badass is a kingly raconteur, bouncing lively in badinage with two of the night’s guests, neighborhood chocolatiers.

The Daily Show, local anti-political performance art, pranks. A rich colloquial confluence of rolling anecdotes from legitimately interesting San Franciscans with one exception. Nato Green, native through in through, slinks into a sleeve of his own design, iPhoning with a casual aloofness. “Do we have two mic[rophones] ready?” Nato leaks. Bucky exits to check, leaving Green to pre-interview with ebbing/flowing soccerdadcoach excitability.

Sean Keane arrives ‘round eight, complimented on his “Let It Be” McCartney-ness before being whisked away by the natural chaos of live production. Comedy isn’t glitz, it is gridiron exhibitions containing a lot of audibles. Caitlin Gill arrives. It’s t-plus eighteen minutes. In a matter of thirty minutes the once husky belly of the Dark Room Theater is now paunchy and groaning. Baron Vaughn — “Way less famous than he should be,” spouts Nato — is running late, and everyone seems even keel about it. Hasn’t anybody told the showrunners that it’s their fourth anniversary, an occasion worthy of silk, flowers or at least punctuality? Why does everything seem like business as unusual?

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Podcast: Put Your Hands Together. Episode 13. Bucky Sinister, Nato Green, Sean Keane, Natasha Muse and George Chen. Recorded Live at the Dark Room Theater in San Francisco. Hosted by Cameron Esposito. Download Link: Here. iTunes: Here.

3/7. The Mission Position Live Inaugural Show @ Lost Weekend Video. 1034 Valencia St. SF. 8pm. $10. Featuring Bucky Sinister, David Gborie and Brendan Lynch. Hosted by Matt Lieb, Kate Willett, and Matt Louv. 

3/7. The Mission Position Live Inaugural Show @ Lost Weekend Video. 1034 Valencia St. SF. 8pm. $10. Featuring Bucky Sinister, David Gborie and Brendan Lynch. Hosted by Matt Lieb, Kate Willett, and Matt Louv

"Meth is nature’s way of saying you have too many teeth."
- Bucky Sinister @ San Francisco Punch Line
[Photo by Ameen Belbahri]

"Meth is nature’s way of saying you have too many teeth."

- Bucky Sinister @ San Francisco Punch Line

[Photo by Ameen Belbahri]