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Jose Simioni at Belle Cora

Sunday, November 1 – 7:30 pm
Jose Simioni Trio
North Beach travels to Glen Park

Jose Simioni came out to San Francisco from Washington D.C. for a couple of days a couple dozen years ago, with “a guitar, an amp, a sleeping bag and a few clothes” and figures he was playing The Saloon on Grant Avenue within a year or so. Since then, he’s played every imaginable venue in town, and for years now has held down weekly gigs at The Saloon, Tupelo and Belle Cora.

We’re pleased to lure him out to Glen Park Sunday evening for a couple of sets.

Help us pay the trio! We’ve set the hurdle high, and rely on you to stake us to their guarantee. If you’re broke, don’t worry, just come and enjoy the music. But if you’re doing ok, $20 is the cover charge. Somewhere in between? There’s a sliding scale. Somewhere over the top? Again, there’s a sliding scale.  $2 to $2,000, we’ve got a price point for everyone.  Don’t worry, we’ll spread the wealth.  Or weather the shortfall.  We’d prefer the former.

Catch the show on our Facebook page or our YouTube channel and donate ’til you feel it at https://www.tinyurl.com/Donate-B-and-B.

Thanks for supporting live music, the musicians that play it and the venues that present it.

 

 

Have you ever walked out of the Saloon and felt like you were in a Time Warp? Happens to me, like every day. –Mark Broydo

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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