Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2017, 8 p.m.
Cost: $18 - $32
Age limit: 21+
San Diego would be able to call the increasingly successful family band Daring Greatly hometown heroes if it weren’t for Donald Trump’s unpredictable immigration policies. Formerly based in Canada, the father-and-sons folk rockers relocated to our town in 2015, just as their popularity began to explode with an avalanche of positive press and opening slots for everyone from the Doobie Brothers to Bon Jovi. However, Dail Croome and his two sons, Patrick and Liam, were unable to renew their visas and remain in town, at least as residents, opting instead for a conditional-visa life on the road. After a year of gigging from coast to coast on both sides of both borders, as well as backing up local guitarist Greg Douglass in a tribute to his former Steve Miller Band called the Pompatous of Love, they’ll return to their adopted/abandoned hometown on August 23 at the Belly Up.
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