Monday, June 18, 2012

PFSH @ 50 Mason Social House on Friday, July 27

Posted by Trott

PFSH performs live on July 27, 2011 at 50 Mason Social House
Flyer by Andrew Goldfarb

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

PFSH, Live And In Concert!

Posted by Trott

We're playing this Saturday at a fundraiser for KUSF in Exile.
  • Sat, December 17, 2011 
  • Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm 
  • Brick & Mortar Music Hall 
  • 1710 Mission Street
  • San Francisco, CA 
  • $10.00 - $15.00 

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Steaks In Space (Non-Video Announcement)

Posted by Trott

Steaks In Space!

The spine-tingling return of your favorite band,
Palace Family Steak House!

Thursday, September 15, 2011
El Rio — 3158 Mission St., San Francisco

PFSH performs immediately following Thrillouette and Warren Teagarden!


Monday, September 05, 2011

Steaks In Space (Video Announcement)

Posted by Trott

Palace Family Steak House
(the band, not the steak house)
Steaks In Space

September 15, 2011
El Rio
3158 Mission St., San Francisco

 preceded by
Warren Teagarden

Am I forgetting something?

 Or just be there!
Thursday! 15-Sep-2011!
El Rio!
For Palace Family Steak House!

Not at Palace Family Steak House!
Although you could eat there first.
Because, you know,
We're on last.

Er, I mean

So you might
want to eat first.

Show up early for
Warren Teagarden.

The mostly-not-new
musical by

(But again, not at
Palace Family Steak House.
Down the street from it
at El Rio.)

I will stop with
the poetry now.


Tuesday, July 26, 2011

PFSH Set To Reopen In More Ways Than One

Posted by Trott

Bernalwood is reporting that Palace Steak House will reopen!

In honor of this news, the Palace Family Steak House band (unrelated to the restaurant) will play it's first show in more than a year at El Rio, just down the street from the Palace Steak House, on September 15.


Saturday, March 26, 2011

Wake Up, You Lazy Astronauts!

Posted by Trott

We submitted the song below for NASA's contest to pick the song that would wake up the astronauts on the final shuttle mission later this year. The public will vote to pick a winner. But NASA didn't even pick this song as one of the ones that could be voted on, which frankly makes me question everything about the space agency.

The song was written by Anu Kirk and Rich Trott with a line or two (and the whole idea of writing a song for the contest) suggested by Jessica Forys. The song is performed by Palace Family Steak House and features the Final Frontiersmen. Performers on the recording are: Anu Kirk, Rich Trott, JP Lester, Joel Primer, and Ted, Kelly, and Greg from the Final Frontiersmen.


Thursday, March 03, 2011

New York Times Cookbook Project

Posted by Trott

The Joy Of Cooking Project has been inactive for long enough that I can call it cancelled.

Hello, New York Times Cookbook Project.