Friday, May 15th – sets at 5:30 and 7:00 pm
Saxophonist David Boyce
plays solo jazz, live streamed
from Bird & Beckett
A long-time force on the Bay Area jazz/hip hop/afro-funk music scene, David Boyce is revered for his work since the mid-1990s as a founding member of the Broun Fellinis as much as for his connection with the soprano saxophone genius of New Orleans jazz pioneer Sydney Bechet, aand so many points along the jazz journey. He’s one of the towering intellects of the music, graced with ample good humor and kindness.
We’re always honored and pleased when David comes to play, and floored by the music, by turns titanic and lovely, that pours from his horn.
Help us help David meet the bills in this time of few gigs and short bread!
If you find $10 a stretch, then contribute $5.
Consider it your cover charge, please.
There’s no audience in the house, so it’s up to you in your house!
Give $20 if you’re able, more if you’re flush!
The first $200 goes to David (that’s our guarantee to him), the next $100 goes to the organization, and any donations beyond that go to David. If you love him, help him out! If you just think musicians shouldn’t work for peanuts, then have the courage of your convictions and help him out.
It’s all crucial if we want to keep our treasured musicians healthy, vital and productive.
Here’s where to view the live stream:
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