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|2018-02-06Feb 6, 2018
Santa Rosa native, Allyson Paige, underage at the time, had to wait outside before her first-ever performance, at Cotati’s Inn of the Beginning.
|2018-01-05Jan 5, 2018
Susan Sutton, Brooklyn-born, moved to Berkeley at age three or four. She describes coming from a family of musicians and artists, listening to relatives and their friends play music in her home, sometimes from under the piano while playing with her toys. She has played at Guerneville’s Main Street Bistro for a decade.
|2017-11-24Nov 24, 2017
As a young woman living in Dayton, Ohio, Cleveland-born Nancy Wright sat in with John Lee Hooker at the venue Gilly’s, leading to an invitation to join his band on the road.
|2017-10-23Oct 23, 2017
Patti Lacey, a Sebastopol resident since 1954, has danced in the films of artists such as the Marx Brothers, Abbott and Costello, Ray Bolger, and many more. Now, at age 95, she’s full of joy and laughter, especially when reminiscing about old Hollywood.
|2017-09-27Sep 27, 2017
During an interview from his Penngrove home, Gabriel Pirard (photo above), leader of the band Dgiin, indicates the word is from the Koran. They’re angels or genies who can choose to be good or evil. Bad ones are put in a bottle.
|2017-09-01Sep 1, 2017
Jazz musician Vijay Iyer once described a genre as an emergent property of the music of a certain community. In this era of identity politics and cultural upheaval, musical styles are being constantly melded, twisted, and broken apart into new forms by current events.
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