SF Bluegrass Old-Time Festival “Hootenanny Night” | Lower Haight
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The idea came from the Hootenannies thrown by Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger in NYC in the 1940s. We throw a Hootenanny every other month to call attention to the SF Folk Music Club and support the local folk/acoustic music scene.
February 13th Event: Hearth Break Hootenanny – A free show that’s part of the 11th Annual San Francisco Bluegrass and Old-Time Music Festival , The Heartbreak Hootenanny Lonely Hearts Club Band will lead you through some of the best tear jerkin’, heart tuggin,’ boo hoo hoo inducing songs ever written.
This one time sob-song symphony will feature Jeanie and Chuck Poling, Misner and Smith, Ted Silverman (from Belle Monroe and her Brewglass Boys) and a whole slew of other talented teary-eyed troubadours. Concerts by The Blushin’ Roulettes and The Skinny follow.
THE SF FOLK MUSIC CLUB PRESENTS
SF Hootenanny Night
Free Acoustic Music Show
Most Second Saturdays
Cafe International in SF – 508 Haight at Fillmore
folk, Free, Live Music, Lower Haight
Categories: *Top Pick*, Live Music, San FranciscoSubmitted by Johnny Funcheap