(This date was incorrectly listed in the March SFS Flyer.) The Whateverly Brothers are known for their broad-soectrum folk and wide-ranging repertoire. From doowap to Celtic to singer-songwriter to sea shanties, they give each song a special treatment. Band members: Dan Roberts, Chris Glanister, Rob Kneisler. Couth Buzzard Books Espresso Buono Cafe. 7:30 – 9:30, free (donations encouraged). Info: email@example.com, https://facebook.com/The-Whateverly-Brothers, or buonobuzzard.com
The Concert Phone number has changed to (206) 923-8923
The General number for all other things SFS has changed to (206) 782-0505
There is a change to a published member event due to a scheduling conflict.
[Note: this is not the SFS concert — that is later that night at Phinney Ridge as usual]
Celtic and Balkan tunes & seasonal songs and poems, strings plucked & bowed, clarinet & drums will fire up one of the longest nights of the year.
with Stanley Greenthal & SeaMuse
Saturday, December 19th – at 4 PM
4116 University Way NE – Seattle
$15 cover, $6 youths 6 to 17
Call: 206-325-9011 for reservations, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets also available from brown paper tickets
For the next two Tuesdays the jam will not be at the Wedgwood Alehouse.
December 8- Barbara Taylor hosts the next Tuesday jam, at a location in Madison Valley. From 8 to 11 pm- call Tony at 206 723-3897 for details.
December 15- Frank Blade hosts, at Gift of Grace Lutheran Church, in Wallingford. Frm 8 to 11 pm, at 2102 N 40th St- between Meridian and Bagley on N 40th St., in lower Wallingford.
The April SFS flyer winging its way to you may have someone unusual, or unknown to you listed on your address label. I would like to think that this is the universes way of creating new connections in the community. You might think that we have messed up our membership database. The reality is that our printers have did something wrong with the list of addresses we sent them, and they have misprinted the additional household members on the wrong flyers.
Our apologies for this, and I hope it has not caused too much distress.
We will be talking with the printer to see how we can avoid this in the future.
–Richard Letts, SFS Membership
JeConte and the Mali AllStars, including former member of Habib Koite and Bamada, Djeli Madou Kone talking drummer, and n’goni player will be on a West Coast Tour November 1-23rd, 2014.The record that they recorded during the coup d’etait , ‘The Mali Blues,’ made the top ten list for World Music Central last year and Putamayo listed the record as #4.
They will have several performances in Washington Nov.17-23rd, 2014.
Nov 17: Jazz Alley Seattle, WA
Nov 20: Rhythm & Rye Olympia, WA
Nov 21: ‘ West Africa Live’ a benefit for Gambia HELP and the children at the Town Hall. Later that evening, they will perform at the Royal Room, for the final set, another benefit for Guinea, following the group, ‘ Message from Guinea.’
Nov 22: Maxim’s in Columbia city on the 22nd. The Rafael Tranquilio Band will open for them and it will be a showcase of American and Mali Blues.
Nov 23: an acoustic set for the North West Film and Forum. We are featured in the film,” The Last Song Before the War filmed in Bamako, Mali.”
Nov 23 Rumba Notes Lounge, a new African lounge that opened two weeks ago, also located in Columbia City.
You can find more information on their tour here:
Unfortunately about 16 SFS members didn’t receive the SFS flyer in October as Comcast decided to break receiving eMail for all of their customers. Hopefully they will fix this for next month…
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