653 Chenery Street
in San Francisco's Glen Park neighborhood

[email protected]

Open to walk-in trade and browsing
Tuesday to Sunday
noon to six


Live Streams every weekend!
Refresh your browser
to catch a show in progress!
Visit our Facebook page or
YouTube channel!

But nothing beats being in the room
with the music & the musicians!

Friday, May 27 –7:30pm
Tony Johnson Quartet

Bob Kenmotsu, saxophone
Keith Saunders, piano
Eric Markowitz, bass
Tony Johnson, drums

Bebop to bossa, and always swingin’

$20 cash cover charge – doors open at 7:20 for the 7:30 show
BYOB and a mask, as covid still stalks the fringes of the land…
capacity is just 20 at the moment to make for more breathing room
call 415-586-3733 to reserve a seat

Live in the shop and viewable as a live stream on YouTube or Facebook

Tony has been a force on the San Francisco jazz scene for over 50 years.
He arrived from his native Australia in 1959 and was immediately playing and recording
with great musicians including sax player Pony Poindexter and vocalist Bev Kelly.

Tony toured with Earl “Fatha” Hines, George Shearing and Peggy Lee,
and played the Sullivan show with the Vagabonds (Las Vegas Tropicana Hotel house band)
on a bill that included Sammy Davis, Jr.

To this day, he’s in high demand and gigs constantly around Northern California.

We rely on Tony to bring great jazz to Bird & Beckett
on the fourth Friday of the month, every month!
Never fails, and always swings!


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The Bird & Beckett Cultural Legacy Project

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