Charlie Kaupp is the singer/songwriter and guitarist for San Francisco eclectic indie rock band The Treacherous French. The songs they write are catchy yet complex, while staying true to their indie, blues, country, and alt-rock roots. The band's typical line-up consists of four multi-instrumentalists from differing backgrounds ranging from folk rock to punk rock to dance rock to Celtic jazz folk fusion. The semi-standard composition of rock band instruments is well represented: Phil on bass, Charlie on guitar and vocals, Cara on drums and vocals, and Olivier on keys and accordion – but if you listen closely, you may hear some twists as well: accordion, mandolin, harmonica, glockenspiel, washboard, kalimba – and this blend of styles and instrumentation is what makes The Treacherous French what it is.
Join Charlie for a special acoustic set as he is accompanied by Cara on percussion and vocals and Olivier on accordion