TurnStyle Presents


Everywhere Now, Frankie Bourne

Wed, September 14, 2016

7:30 pm

Milk Bar

San Francisco, CA


This event is 21 and over

CommonUnion59 - (Set time: 10:00 PM)
Once they got together, magic happened. A burst of creative energy flowed and songs began to emerge reflecting a broad emotional tapestry. Songs of love, hope, dreams, happiness, and heartache, inspired by their own lives and the world around them.

CommonUnion59 is the singer-songwriter duo of Steve McKenzie and Laura Malasig. They write and perform original music that is both personal and universal, expressing the emotions and experiences of life in an intimate lyrical and melodic style. The results of their musical union can be heard on their first two releases "Magnolia Waltz", "Heartbeat Serenade", and on their "Holiday EP".

All of their music is available for purchase on iTunes,,,, and other outlets, and can be heard on radio stations around the US, Canada and Europe, as well as on Spotify and other streaming services.

Rooted in emotion and experience, their music is a story telling journey of life and love that transcends through eloquent simplicity. They are currently recording their third full length release which is due out in 2016 and playing live in support of their music.
Everywhere Now - (Set time: 9:00 PM)
Everywhere Now
Everywhere Now is an indie rock band based in Silicon Valley. Our sounds and lyrics are a mixture of quirk and nostalgia, set against a backdrop of piano rock and power pop. We are a four-piece band: Adam, Glen, Oliver and Patrick.
Frankie Bourne - (Set time: 8:00 PM)
Frankie Bourne

On his debut album “Californicana”, native Californian singer-songwriter Frankie Bourne tells lyrical tales of wanderlust adventure along the California coast with infectious rootsy-rock songs that blend a unique range of influence. Equipped with an authentic indie sound that, "combines the style of new Americana with all the things you loved about 90s adult alternative bands" (, and "a smoky, quick-tongued lyrical quality that can change speeds like a Zack Greinke change-up" (San Jose Rock Music Examiner), Bourne's first solo effort has been incredibly well-received by Indie, Rock and Americana radio stations nationwide, and his song “21st Century” won an award for best love song on the Jango Radio 2015 Valentine's Day Playlist who call it, "a refreshing roots rock record for the 21st Century".
Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Frankie became infatuated with music at a young age, teaching himself the drums, harmonica and guitar, playing in bands and beginning to write songs at age 13. After high school he made his way down the California coast through Santa Cruz, writing songs, jamming in garages and performing at every open mic he could find before eventually moving to Los Angeles where he wrote and arranged his 13-track, acoustic-laced debut studio album, “Californicana”.
The album was co-produced by Bourne and LA producer Marc Danzeisen (Riverdogs, Powerslide, Gilby Clarke), and features saxophonist Jeremy Trezona (Saint Motel), as well as guitarists Johnny Hawthorn (Johnny Hawthorn Band) and Manny Alvarez (Jackson Browne, Lucinda Williams, Bonnie Raitt), among others. The album just released independently under Bourne’s own Robotic Records with a successful sold out record release show at the infamous House of Blues on the Sunset Strip, and a 15-date California Tour.
Frankie continues to aggressively play shows throughout the West Coast in support of the album, both solo and with his band, with a follow up record in the works and an eagerness to keep pushing his music to bigger stages. His album “Californicana” is available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, CD Baby and BandCamp, and is now featured on radio stations Sonoma Sun FM, Jango Radio, Indie Radio Music, Relax Free Radio, The Mad Music Asylum, War Stories Radio, and UK based XRP Radio.
“Troubadour Frankie Bourne is one to watch as a burgeoning solo act. So tune in and behold…He’s part Johnny Cash, part Eagles, part Steve Earle, part…Frankie Bourne”
– Christopher Millard, San Jose Rock Music Examiner
“Frankie is California through and through. But then there’s so much more…It’s real music, plated by a real singer/songwriter with real instruments for real people”
– Michael Rauch, View From The Cheap Seats
“Bourne definitely has a way with a hook, and his infectious songs are both easy to absorb and easy to like…He’s going for earthiness rather than slickness to display that organic type of sound”
– Alex Henderson, Music Journalist SPIN, Billboard, LA Weekly
Venue Information:
Milk Bar
1840 Haight St
San Francisco, CA, 94117