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Friday, May 31st – 8:30-10pm
Red Fast Luck

David Boyce, reeds;
PC Muñoz, percussion.

$15 cover charge; byob.

Red Fast Luck is a Bay Area-based improvising duo consisting of multi-reed sorcerer David Boyce (aka Black Edgar) and electro-acoustic percussionist PC Muñoz. Their EP, “Live in San Francisco”, is one of the featured albums on the San Francisco Public Library’s new curated streaming service, Bay Beats. Their first studio album, “Everything You Do Controls the World”, is out now (2024) on bandcamp; download it here. A new one-off single, “Three-Run Homer”, is also on bandcamp and on all streaming services.

David Boyce/Black Edgar
Originally from NYC, David Boyce graduated from Cornell University and taught elementary/junior high school in the Bronx. After his plans to move into the city became thwarted due to gentrification and high rents, he moved out to San Francisco just in time for the Loma Prieta earthquake. In 1991 he co-founded the iconic AfroFuturist jazz trio Broun Fellinis (31 years running) and became an active freelance musician involved in many musical pursuits across multiple styles. In addition Broun Fellinis and Red Fast Luck, he performs with Black Quarterback, Shimmering Leaves, Radio Sofia, 6Roses, The Supplicants, Black Edgar’s Music Box, and more.

PC Muñoz
PC Muñoz is an electro-acoustic percussionist and writer based in San Francisco. His body of work as an artist and producer includes GRAMMY®-nominated contemporary classical music with composer/cellist Joan Jeanrenaud as well as recordings with rock legend Jackson Browne, rappers DEM ONE and Kev Choice, Prince and the Revolution keyboardist Dr. Fink, poet/chanteuse Ingrid Chavez, and many more. Muñoz is a recent (2022) Quinteto Latino Composer-in-Residence, a current Mosaic America Fellow, and one of the featured writers in the new collection from University of Hawai’i Press, “New CHamoru Literature” (2023). Visit: pcmunoz.com.


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