« Week of April 27, 2014 »
Start: 04/27/2014 8:00 pm

Greg BrownWe are sold out of advance tickets for this show. There may be some limited standing room only tickets available once the show starts at 8:00 pm for $43.

Start: 04/28/2014 7:15 pm

Friends of Berkeley Tuolumne Camp welcome you to "A Camp Tuolumne Table Night" on a glorious stage just to reconnect and feel some Camp! We will be joined by The Mayor of Berkeley, Tom Bates; the City of Berkeley Parks & Recreation Staff, and the Tuolumne River Trust, who will all give us the latest updates and progress on Tuolumne Camp, the Tuolumne River, and the excitement for this summer at Sierra Family Camp at Echo Lake.

Start: 04/30/2014 8:00 pm

The Black Lillies“The Black Lillies are fronted by the best-matched male-female vocal duo since Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris,” says the website News OK. It sounds like an overstatement – unless you’ve heard the Black Lillies. Then it sounds like a reasonable claim. The Black Lillies are a country band for the ages, not the slick, soulless country that seems to get most of the radio airplay, but rich roots music performed with as much heart as technical virtuosity.

Start: 05/01/2014 8:00 pm

Ramblin' Jack ElliottRamblin’ Jack Elliott is a folk icon. He met Woody Guthrie in 1950, moved in with the Guthrie family, and traveled with Woody from the redwood forests of California to the Gulf Stream waters of Florida. His deep immersion in Woody’s music led Woody to remark, “Jack sounds more like me than I do.” Bob Dylan describes him this way in his Chronicles: Volume One: “His tone of voice is sharp, focused, and piercing.

Start: 05/02/2014 8:00 pm

Maurice TaniSan Francisco’s Maurice Tani has been a fixture on the local alt-country scene for more than a decade with his band 77 El Deora, and previously sang and played guitar for the seminal Motown-style party bands Zasu Pitts Memorial Orchestra and Big Bang Beat.

Start: 05/03/2014 8:00 pm

David WilcoxDavid Wilcox has a way with words, a way with guitars, a way with singing that cuts through the junk and the gunk and gets straight to the essence. His original songs are beautiful, tender, witty, and deeply engaged with the complexities of living in a messy, imperfect world. For David, says the magazine Performing Songwriter, “music is a personal compass for finding his way home.