I am super excited to announce …
3 Performances this Week – all in the Bay Area!
And I couldn’t be more excited with some of the artists that I get to share the stage with.
It Starts Tomorrow Night!! January 18th at No Name Bar
I am performing with the Migrant Pickers at the No Name Bar, one of the coolest local fixtures in Sausalito that is continually supporting live musicians. The show will have a through provoking lyrical lineup of singer/songwriters including Jonathan Westfall, the Migrant Pickers and me.
Show starts at 8ish and goes until whenever. I go on at about 10ish or so.
No Name Bar is a really cool little bar … gotto check it out!! Oh and be careful not to smoke joints on the back porch … I got in trouble for that once. But Bear Blend is fine.
No Name Bar, 757 Bridgeway, Sausalito, CA 94965
Next Sunday at Hotel Utah with Room of Voices
I am so excited to grace the stage of Hotel Utah, another historic music fixture in San Francisco, with one of my favorite new bands that are just smoking hot. You have to come check out the soundscapes and dance structures of Room of Voices, an indie electro-pop duo featuring Mingo Lewis and Karissa Ssapien. Mingo Lewis os only one of the greatest drummers and percussionists that I have ever heard. Here’s a snipit of his bio …
In a career spanning more than 45 years (so far!), percussionist Mingo Lewis has played with some of music’s greatest names, including Chick Corea (and Return to Forever), Al DiMeola, Santana, and the Tubes. He has performed live and/or recorded with hundreds of musicians such as Third World, Miles Davis, Todd Rundgren, and Billy Joel. He has recorded over 100 records, many of which were Grammy winners. Read More Here
Hotel Utah 500 4th Street, San Francisco, CA 94107
Wednesday January 28th at Farley’s
Next Wednesday, I will be playing at Farley’s Coffee in San Francisco with a the Matt Bacnis Band touring outfit from Seattle with a new style of indie country pop. Check out one of their YouTube Video Here …
I’ve never played at Farley’s before but it looks like a super cool venue. And this show starts early – at 6:30. Come on out and enjoy some well crafted local music in a cool San Francisco Cafe … sounds a little like a multi-cultural, eye-opening experience for anyone wandering the city on a Wednesday Evening. It will definitely be a moment to remember.
Thank you all so much for supporting live music! Carry on into the musical night!