Author: Carlin, Larry

April 7, 2008
Monday, April 7, 2008

Brewglass in SF -- Get an early taste of the festival season tonight by remembering to go to Amnesia to see Belle Monroe & Her Brewglass Boys play at 8:30 p.m. The band will also be playing at Grass Valley in June and at Strawberry in August. The show tonight is part of the April Bluegrass Tonic Series in the city. No cover.

Jammin’ in Signal Hill -- Every Monday night, from 6-9 p.m., there is a bluegrass jam at Curley’s Café in Signal Hill. The address is 1999 E Willow Street at Cherry Avenue. Everyone is welcome. For more info contact Jim Wieser at

Bluegrass in Moss Landing -- Every Monday and Wednesday night at Phil’s Fish Market in Moss Landing you can experience live bluegrass from 6:30-8:30 p.m. See Bean Creek tonight, and on Wednesday the 9th see Mr. Banjo and the Lonesome Wailers.

Jammin’ in Alameda -- The place to be for bluegrass pickin’ on Monday nights is McGrath’s Pub in Alameda. Starting at 7:30 you’ll find familiar faces all around you on bass, mandolins, guitars, banjos and fiddles.

South Bay bluegrass barbeque -- John Murphy’s Carolina Special will be pickin’ some hot bluegrass to go along with the spicy barbeque at Sam’s in San Jose on the 8th from 6-9 p.m., and on the 9th see Diana Donnelly & The Yes Ma’ams, who will be entertaining you with bluegrass and vintage country songs. Reserve a table at (408) 297-9151.

Jammin’ in Loomis -- Every Tuesday evening from 6-9 p.m. you are invited to join the jam at the Wild Chicken Coffee House on Taylor Road in Loomis.

Jammin’ in La Mesa -- The San Diego Bluegrass Society presents a jam on the second Tuesday of every month at Fuddruckers in La Mesa from 7-9 p.m., so head on over there on the 8th.

B. Judd, Bluegrass Philosopher -- “Alimony is having to say you're sorry once a month.”
Posted:  4/9/2008

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