Bandwidth: Sibling act Aquarena Springs brings country honky-tonk to Oakland

Brother sister team Aquarena Springs share their Texan country style music at showcase of bands playing at The Hive art collective in Oakland.

Brother sister team Aquarena Springs share their Texan country style music at showcase of bands playing at The Hive art collective in Oakland.

Brother and sister Sarah Lynn and Aaron Goeth were raised on church service and bar music while growing up in San Antonio, Texas. Now living in Oakland, the ginger-haired duo have been playing as Aquarena Springs, a country, honky-tonk band that incorporates the ukelele, drums, bass, melodica and keyboard.

On Tuesday, they performed with another Oakland-based band, Slow Moving Lions of the Vegetable World, and Brooklyn folk band Prairie Empire at The Hive in West Oakland.

Listen here to more of the sounds of Aquarena Springs and to get show updates.

You can check out past issues of our new Bandwidth series on Oakland and Richmond musicians here.

Do you have a suggestion for an Oakland or Richmond-based band that we should profile as part of the Bandwidth series? Send suggestions for Oakland-based bands to staff@oaklandnorth.net and for Richmond-based bands to news@richmondconfidential.org.


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