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Friday, August 28, 2015
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12:00am [12:00am] MAL SHARPE'S BIG MONEY IN JAZZ BAND (cont.)
Description:
"New Orleans Jazz and Swing"

"A comedy show with music" - Roy Armando Jeans

Mal Sharpe - trombone
Jim Gammon - trumpet
Larry Vann - drums
Simon Planting - bass
Si Perkoff - piano
Dwayne Ramsey - clarinet

LEGENDARY RADIO PERSONALITY, MUSICIAN AND HUMORIST, Master trombonist Mal Sharpe has been a much-admired and pivotal member of the San Francisco jazz scene for more than 40 years. In addition to leading his Dixieland jazz band, The Big Money In Jazz Band in gigs all over the Bay Area, Mal hosted a regular Sunday night show “Back On Basin Street” on KCSM/Jazz 91 for many years. He does commercials and voice-overs, gives interviews, writes books and is involved with a number of North Beach community projects. Mal made his name as a member of the legendary and ground-breaking "man on the street" comedy team, Coyle & Sharpe, in the 1960s.

$10
Doors open 7:30

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7:00pm [7:30pm] Happy Hour & A Half
Description:
Live Music with REDMOND O'COLONIES

No cover charge
Beverage discount
Come hang out, chat and have fun!

Doors open 4:00

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11:00pm [11:00pm] ANNIE SAMPSON & HER BAND
Description:
"Blues and R&B"
former lead singer with Stoneground

Annie Sampson - vocals
Gary Vogensen - guitar
John Whitney - guitar
Tom Fuglestad - trumpet
Steve Hazelwood - bass
Gary Silva- drums

"...Annie's all over the place, rocking and scolding, testifying and crying, torching and lusting, and celebrating love, life and ever increasing strength."-Ben Fong-Torres, 1996

"...a smoky, emotive style, an ability to transform everything from gospel ballads to hard rock."-Express Magazine, 1995

Annie Sampson's unique approach to song - whether a blues, a rock tune, a country & western ballad or a modem folk classic, was honed in her youth by singing in Bay Area church and school choirs. She then landed a principal part in the hit musical Hair at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. When the popular rock group STONEGROUND recruited her to become lead singer, she left the show and joined the group for a series of national and international tours. Buoyed by the popularity of their four Warner Brothers albums, Annie and Stoneground played the gamut of venues - from the Fillmore West and Winterland to Oxford University and the Olympia Theatre in Paris with stops at every major American and European city and campus in between.

A big talent like Annie's did not go unnoticed by her peers. She has recorded with Elvin Bishop, Taj Mahal, Buddy Miles, Maria Muldaur, Eddie Money and Country Joe MacDonald, as well as performed with Bonnie Raitt, Boz Scaggs, Otis Clay, Sammy Hagar, Commander Cody, Steve Miller, Nick Gravenites, Clarence Clemmons, Elvis Costello and the late Jerry Garcia - among others.

$20
Doors open 7:30