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Ho Ho Hoedown wNate Jones The Sloe Sippers Muleskinner Stomp   Friday Dec 21 - ...   $6-$10 sliding scale

Ho Ho Hoedown wNate Jones The Sloe Sippers Muleskinner Stomp

Ugly Christmas Sweater Party and Food Drive. Featuring two of the Bay Area's best, Nate Jones & The Sloe Sippers and Muleskinner Stomp Join us for a very special Holiday Edition of Bluegrass Bonanza - every 3rd Friday at the Plough & Stars. This month's shindig is our annual Ugly Christmas Sweater Party and Food Drive. Wear your best ugliest Christmas Sweater, bring a non-perishable food item to donate (canned fruit/veggies/soups/meats/spam/tuna, pasta/mac and cheese, crackers, peanut butter, meals in a box, whole grain cereal) and invite all your friends or co-workers and make it your office holiday party! All donations will help benefit the SF Food Bank. We'll have a very small spread of holiday eats and treats, so feel free to bring a potluck snack/desert (pie/cookies/veggies and dip/chips and dip). And winner of best ugliest sweater gets a fun prize! Oh yeah, if you're a cheap beer drinker, Bud and Bud Light are only $2!

When: Friday Dec 21 - Saturday Dec 22

Where: Plough & Stars, 116 Clement Street San Francisco CA

Admission: $6-$10 sliding scale

WebSite: http://shelbyashpresents.net/

Contact: Shelby Ash, shelby@shelbyashpresents.net, 415-665-0408

Category: Concerts 7 id: 14725

In The Name of Love 17th Annual Musical Tribute Honoring Dr Martin Luther King Jr   Sunday Jan 20   $25.00 - $60.00

In The Name of Love 17th Annual Musical Tribute Honoring Dr Martin Luther King Jr

This year’s MLK Musical Tribute will be on Sunday, Jan. 20th, 7pm at the Oakland Scottish Rite Center. The tribute will be entitled “Rhythm and Blues and the Civil Rights Movement” and will feature outstanding vocalists Jeanie Tracy, Kev Choice, Ms. Faye Carol, Terrie Odabi and Alvon Johnson along with a stellar band including Kev Choice on piano, Scott Thompson on bass, Daria Shanai Johnson on drums, and Alvon Johnson on guitar. Also on the program will be the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir with Konda Mason, Co-founder and CEO of Impact Hub Oakland, serving as Mistress of Ceremonies. The City of Oakland Humanitarian Award will be presented to an outstanding Oakland citizen working tirelessly to make a difference. Over the past 14 years, Living Jazz has provided FREE music education to Oakland public elementary schools serving high percentages of low-income families (Title One) through the Living Jazz Children’s Project (LJCP). Over 4,500 2-3rd graders have now benefited from LJCP and as a result, have had the life changing opportunity to perform as the opening act at “In the Name of Love”, Oakland’s only non-denominational Musical Tribute honoring Dr. King, one of the many programs Living Jazz has produced since 1984. This year’s goal will be to raise $20,000 to support LJCP. Schools that have benefited from LJCP include Glenview, Carl B. Munk, Cleveland, Fruitvale, Manzanita SEED, Howard, and Garfield elementary.

When: Sunday Jan 20

Where: 1547 Lakeside Dr. Oakland CA

Admission: $25.00 - $60.00

WebSite: https://www.livingjazz.org/mlktribute/

Contact: Page Hodel, info@livingjazz.org, 510.858.5313

Category: Concerts 7 id: 14752

In The Name of Love 17th Annual Musical Tribute Honoring Dr Martin Luther King Jr   Sunday Jan 20   $25.00 - $60.00

In The Name of Love 17th Annual Musical Tribute Honoring Dr Martin Luther King Jr

This year’s MLK Musical Tribute will be on Sunday, Jan. 20th, 7pm at the Oakland Scottish Rite Center. The tribute will be entitled “Rhythm and Blues and the Civil Rights Movement” and will feature outstanding vocalists Jeanie Tracy, Kev Choice, Ms. Faye Carol, Terrie Odabi and Alvon Johnson along with a stellar band including Kev Choice on piano, Scott Thompson on bass, Daria Shanai Johnson on drums, and Alvon Johnson on guitar. Also on the program will be the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir with Konda Mason, Co-founder and CEO of Impact Hub Oakland, serving as Mistress of Ceremonies. The City of Oakland Humanitarian Award will be presented to an outstanding Oakland citizen working tirelessly to make a difference. Over the past 14 years, Living Jazz has provided FREE music education to Oakland public elementary schools serving high percentages of low-income families (Title One) through the Living Jazz Children’s Project (LJCP). Over 4,500 2-3rd graders have now benefited from LJCP and as a result, have had the life changing opportunity to perform as the opening act at “In the Name of Love”, Oakland’s only non-denominational Musical Tribute honoring Dr. King, one of the many programs Living Jazz has produced since 1984. This year’s goal will be to raise $20,000 to support LJCP. Schools that have benefited from LJCP include Glenview, Carl B. Munk, Cleveland, Fruitvale, Manzanita SEED, Howard, and Garfield elementary.

When: Sunday Jan 20

Where: 1547 Lakeside Dr. Oakland CA

Admission: $25.00 - $60.00

WebSite: https://www.livingjazz.org/mlktribute/

Contact: Page Hodel, info@livingjazz.org, 510.858.5313

Category: Concerts 7 id: 14753