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Seducers Honeymoon

Sunday, November 14 – 5pm
Seducers Honeymoon

Seducers & Such!
Second Sundays at Bird & Beckett

America’s favorite country band, or a hybrid thereof, in America’s favorite bookshop & honky tonk, every second Sunday from now through 2022!

Tonight the Seducers and Nashville Honeymoon merge in the moonlight.
It’s a Seducers Honeymoon show!

Lynne Maes and Hank Maninger bring a satchel of songs & a cauldron of chemistry to the show, while pedal steel guitar master Joe Goldmark, bassist Paul Olguin and the haiku cowboy Ken Owen on drums make it all seem second nature.

Tunes from the Nashville Honeymoon songbook and more. From Hank & Lynne’s songs to Joe’s instrumental gems to classics by the Merles Haggard & Travis, Tammy Wynette, Dolly Parton, Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams, George Jones and more, this show is sure to please.

If you glimpsed something about a different start time this out, ignore it. We’re solid for a 5pm start tonight.

BYOB, and bring a twenty for the band if you can manage it. We’re guaranteeing the country players the same “fair” wage that we guarantee the jazz cats these days. It takes 30 people at $20 each to even get close, and that’s our vaxxed and masked capacity in these times. But a sliding scale is available, so don’t fret.

If you’re watching in the stream, thanks for helping us break even by donating online! Hints on how to do that will be on the screen. Or you can use this link.

Find the stream on Bird & Beckett’s YouTube channel or Facebook page.

Seating starts 10 minutes before showtime. Call for a reservation – 415-586-3733!

 

 

 

Our events are put on under the umbrella of the nonprofit Bird & Beckett Cultural Legacy Project (the "BBCLP"). That's how we fund our ambitious schedule of 300 or so concerts and literary events every year.

The BBCLP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit...
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