Sunday, April 10th – 7:30-10 pm
Joe Goldmark & the Seducers
pay tribute to Merle Haggard
canyon moonlight music series… ’til the Riptide returns
Joe Goldmark is the pedal steel king of San Francisco, and his band the Seducers just won’t quit. Mitch Polzak, the loquacious guitar wizard Mayor of Port Costa, and honey-voiced bassist Eddie Kendrick share the vocal honors, with special guest Paul Revelli on drums. It doesn’t stop there! Henry & Kathleen Salvia join the band tonight on piano and vocal.
Joe says, “Eddie will be singing Merle Haggard tunes exclusively this Sunday night, and I’m sure Mitch will kick in a few Hag tunes as well. So bring your requests and we’ll let ‘er rip.”
Every second Saturday, you’ll discover the Seducers making their way into your simple hearts. Why resist?
See you down here at Bird & Beckett, when the moon is high and the coyotes howl and the cats in the canyon fear for their lives.
7:30-10 pm, $10 helps us pay the band.
Merle Haggard, RIP!
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