Musicians Note: sign-up for performers begins at 6:30 pm for the 20 available 10-minute spots.
Leslie Hassberg has been involved in the Bay Area queer and progressive political music scene for many years, as a member and/or director of Carry It On, The Choral Majority, the SF Lesbian Chorus, Sistah Boom, the Graceland Girls, and most recently Occupella. Over the years she’s produced many events showcasing her broad range: "A Nightingale Sings in Berkeley" (cabaret), "Women Singer-Songwriters of the 60s and 70s"(folk and folk-rock), a classical song recital, “Voices Three” (cabaret), “Sonic Smorgasbord” (a little of everything), and “A Queer Night at the Opera.”
Our host this month is Hali Hammer. Well-versed in an assortment of moods and styles, Hali Hammer is an award winning singer-songwriter who enjoys writing and playing a wide variety of music. She has performed for peace and political causes for over 3 decades.
Sponsored by the BFUU Social Justice Committee
Suggested donation of $5 – $10 will benefit BFUU
No one turned away. Wheelchair accessible.
SJC phone: 510-275-4272
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