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Canyon Moonlight Music:
The Seducers
Sunday, October 11th – 7:30-10 pm

Left to right: Joe Goldmark, Kenny Owen, Eddie Kendrick; photo by Angela Bennett.

Left to right: Joe Goldmark, Kenny Owen, Eddie Kendrick

The Seducers return to Bird & Beckett this coming Sunday, joined on the bandstand with their regular guitarist Mitch Polzak, who couldn’t be here last month when the band made its Bird & Beckett debut in our Riptide Sunday night “Canyon Moonlight Music” series.  He’s the mayor of Port Costa as well as the hottest rockabilly guitar picker & singer on the coast!  Ace pedal steel player Joe Goldmark, self-deprecatingly referring to himself as “all hat and no cattle,” leads the band, which features golden-throated Eddie Kendrick on bass and solid rockin’ Kenny Owen on drums. Classic country music for a moonlit October night hard by Glen Canyon, where the coyotes howl and the cats fear for their lives.   7:30-10 pm. Suggested donation – $10.

Kenny Owen will be back, by the way, reading Kerouac on Misisipi Mike’s date at the end of the month (Oct. 25). It’s October in the Railroad Earth at Bird & Beckett: a tribute to Ti-Jean K. hisself and Woody Guthrie. Mike leads the date on the last Sunday of each month in our “Canyon Moonlight” series… And in November, Ken will do double duty with the Seducers on the 2nd Sunday and Jinx Jones’ Savage Surfer Stomp on the 3rd Sunday.

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