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Start: 07/25/2010 8:00 pm

In Hani Naser Band's "in the now" performances, adventurous musicians from around the world mix their roots with contemporary rhythms and melodies, pushing each other past musical boundaries to a place that is rarely visited. Masters of improvisation, their jams are timeless and full of folklore.

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Start: 07/27/2010 8:00 pm

All performers are welcome to participate in this event that has produced some of our brightest performers, including: Shawn Colvin, Dana Carvey, Alvin Youngblood Hart, and Patrick Landeza.

HERE'S HOW IT WORKS! One unique aspect of our Open Mic is that, unlike those held in noisy bars where people show up in spite of the fact that there's live music, you will be playing to a supportive group of friends and performers who are actually listening!!!

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Start: 07/29/2010 8:00 pm

Last seen raisin a ruckus in the January edition of Dr. K's Homegrown Roots Revue, Three at Last and Family Lines return for a command performance of harmony-rich americana/folk music.

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Start: 07/30/2010 8:00 pm

Three stellar Bay Area songcrafters grace our stage tonight!

Smithsonian Folkways artist Jim Bruno has spent the past three decades performing and writing intelligent, compelling songs, which have been recorded by the likes of Shawn Colvin, Mary Lou Lord, and Cliff Eberhardt. Jim has performed across the U.S. and in Europe, and currently teaches songwriting at the Freight & Salvage School of Music. Tonight he spotlights tunes from his new CD, alright, alright.

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Start: 07/31/2010 10:00 am

Two hours of slow-food radio with conversation, music, and play, from 10 am to noon. Tickets are $15.00 advance, $18.00 at door. Puchase advance tickets online through Ticketweb, or call the West Coast Live reservations line at 415-664-9500.

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Start: 07/31/2010 8:00 pm

Here to provide solace (or at least a little perspective) in troubled times, Hollywood actor, author, storyteller, and comic Darryl Henriques once again takes the Freight stage for an evening of razor-sharp wit and off-the-wall observations on the human condition.