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Start: 03/19/2017 2:00 pm

The Spring Benefit Concert celebrates the rich musical heritage shared by members of the San Francisco Folk Music Club, a non-profit organization of singers, instrumentalists, performers, songwriters, dancers, and listeners, with membership open to all. The concert, along a silent auction in the lobby, raises funds to support local musicians to attend Camp New Harmony, the club’s winter gathering held annually over New Year’s. The 2017 afternoon program showcases a wide range of acoustic music roughly defined as “folk”:

 

Start: 03/19/2017 8:00 pm

“Listening to Davina & the Vagabonds is like stepping into a wondrous musical time machine. They have the panache and superlative musicianship to recreate the retro sound and ageless appeal of golden age Americana in high-definition reality on stage for your immense pleasure and enjoyment.” – Thunder Bay Blues Festival/Canada

 

“….one of the most distinctive and expressive vocalists to come around in a while, with tight backing from the Vagabonds” –Phoenix Blues Society

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Start: 03/20/2017 8:00 pm

We are sold out of advance reservations for this event.

Standing room only tickets will be available when the music starts at 8pm.

 

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Start: 03/21/2017 8:00 pm

The Todalo Shakers play vintage jug band party blues and old time rags & stomps which sound like they are lifted right out of 1928 in Memphis, Tennessee or Dallas, Texas. The band features lots of harmony singing, making for a rich palette of vocal blends and a great feeling of camaraderie; the exuberance and fondness that the musicians feel for their material and for each other is unmistakable.

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Start: 03/22/2017 8:00 pm

Advance tickets for this show are sold out.
Standing room only tickets will be available once the show starts at 8pm.

 

 

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Start: 03/23/2017 8:00 pm

 

If you’ve ever seen Greg Brown in concert, you remember the voice, the deep, sometimes gruff, sometimes tender, always compelling voice that might sing – or say – just about anything. And you remember the sense of humor, in the songs and between the songs, sometimes dark, sometimes irreverent, always perfectly Greg. The songs stick in your mind too. They’re memorable enough that Willie Nelson, Carlos Santana, Ani DiFranco, Joan Baez, Jack Johnson, and Mary Chapin Carpenter have all recorded his songs.

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Start: 03/24/2017 8:00 pm

We are sold out of advance tickets for this show.

Standing room only tickets will be available when the music starts at 8pm.

 

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Start: 03/25/2017 8:00 pm

Singer, songwriter, and activist Noel Paul Stookey rose to prominence as the “Paul” in Peter, Paul & Mary, and has continued to spread his gospel of melding the spiritual to the practical in 45 albums over his illustrious career, including his most recent, One and Many, which ranges from romantic ballads to politically charged portraits to intimate meditations. The vocals, says folk critic Scott Alarik, “are strong and sweet, confidential even at peak emotion, as if singing only for you.