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Sunday, July 3rd – 7:30-10 pm
GG Amos Band plays West Coast blues for the holiday!
The GG Amos Trio with Lincoln Adler on sax, Greg Sankovich on keyboards and bass and Randy Odell on drums celebrate the Independence Day weekend.
Guitarist / Vocalist GG Amos is an artist in the West Coast Blues tradition, raised in Sacramento and now based in San Francisco. She’s honed her craft as a songwriter and entertainer utilizing the soul, jazz, funk and latin elements that make west coast blues what it is.
For the past 26 years GG has earned a reputation as a riveting performer with a distinctive, expressive guitar style and an emotionally charged fluid voice…always emphasizing soulful communication with her audience. Her guitar influences include Carlos Santana, Johnny ‘Guitar’ Watson, Magic Sam, Kenny Burrell and Pat Metheny.
As a vocalist, her influences have been many but says she learned more about expression, timing and phrasing from the great Louis Armstrong than any other singer. GG’s original songs are her main focus these days, along with an emphasis on soulful communication with audiences. She has also earned a reputation as a top notch entertainer.
Over the years, GG has performed with such legends as John Lee Hooker, Jimmy McCracklin, Lowell Fulson, Guitar Shorty, Johnnie Heartsman, Karen Lawrence and Duffy Bishop. She has opened for Koko Taylor, Sista Monica, Elvin Bishop and Lenny Williams.
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.
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