Acoustic Celtic Band Molly's Revenge
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The last date listed for Molly's Revenge was Thursday December 5, 2013 / 8:00pm (Various Seating Reservation Times).
Currently at Angelicas:
- Full Price:
- $70.00 - $80.00
- Our Price:
- $35.00 - $40.00
Bay Area jazz legend Pete Escovedo comes to Angelicas with his sextet, which includes his son Juan, smooth jazz guitarist Ray Obiedo and Bay Area artists Bob Karty, David Belove and Phil Hawkins. The master percussionist's music seamlessly flows among Latin jazz, salsa, funk and R&B styles. In addition to his many years as a bandleader, Pete also spent three years as a member of the group Santana, and is the father of pop star Sheila E. Pete Escovedo has long been a fixture of the San Francisco music scene, and is known as the patriarch of a talented musical family. He gained attention on the national scene in 2002 when he appeared on the PBS special Austin City Limits. Learn More
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Bagpiper David Brewer is one of the most energetic and charismatic performers of the Scottish pipes in the world today. His pure joy and passion for playing is evident at every show. His authentic and unique style of playing has earned him the reputation of being one of the most accomplished pipers on the West Coast. He has been playing whistle and four types of bagpipes for about 20 years. He studied in Scotland at the Ceolas Music School in South Uist under the tutelage of some of the best pipers in the world. David has composed close to 200 traditional style tunes, many of which have appeared on recordings, independent films, and television
An accomplished fiddler across genres, John Weed has lived in Ireland and immersed himself in the traditional styles of Clare and Donegal. The result is an old-time Irish fiddling style that compliments his forays into bluegrass, swing, and other American music. A classically trained violinist, John leverages his understanding of the instrument to coax emotion from every tune. John also performs regularly with old- timey trio Little Black Train and the Cajun combo Sons of Fortune. Film credits include fiddle tracks for the NBC adaptation of Anita Shreve's novel The Pilot's Wife.
Stuart Mason has been collecting and performing traditional music for over 35 years. He has appeared on stage from Ireland to China performing Celtic, old time bluegrass, and his original compositions, which have won awards from the West Coast Songwriters Association. He leads workshops and classes in traditional music techniques at music festivals and camps. Stuart also performs with Little Black Train and holds down a weekly residency in San Luis Obispo with the Old-Time Fiddle and Banjo Show.