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Acoustic Songwriter Showcase: RSVP by Wed to get 2-for-1

Friday, January 21, 2005
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Event Type:
Trevor Levine
Location Details:
3387 - 22nd St (near Guerrero)

Now you can see San Francisco's most passionate songwriters break from their glamorous nightclub appearances, and unveil their hearts and souls, live and unplugged, in an intimate acoustic gathering.

On Friday, Jan 21, the amazing Freddy Clarke, Gary Rosenberg, and Justice will perform original songs in an intimate "round robin" atmosphere. There will be a few open slots for other songwriters, so come early to sign up.

A student of Rey de la Torre and Narcisco Yepes, Freddy Clarke plays classical and flamenco guitar with a world fusion band. His song titles include: "Homo", "Birthday Suit", "Wobbly World", "My Phone Never Rings And It's Always You", and "If She's Not Late She's Not Coming".

Gary Rosenberg has toured Eastern Europe with the Westwind International Folk Ensemble, and his guitar work can be heard on Maheah Uchiama's first album. Among his musical influences are Jim Croce, Pete Seager, Joni Mitchell, Ray Charles, and Cat Stevens.

An award-winning composer, Justice writes soulful songs that merge the worlds of Andrew Lloyd Weber, early Billy Joel, and Five For Fighting. He inspires fans with rabble-rousing anthems and endears them with story songs about love, fear, and courage.

You can hear the songwriters' music by visiting their respective web pages at: (Justice)

Doors: 7:30pm. The show is from 8:00 - 10:30pm at the Spiral Muse Home Of Well Being, 3387 - 22nd Street (near Guerrero) in San Francisco.

Admission is $10 at the door, but you can get a 2-for-1 deal by making reservations 48 hours in advance. Just fill out the form at

NOTE: Parking can be a challenge at this time on Friday night. There's a parking garage on 21st Street just east of Valencia. However, as more people show up for nightlife, it sometimes fills up. Your best bet is to carpool, arrive around 6:30 or 7:00 (when parking will be easier), and enjoy one of the many great restaurants in this neighborhood.

Added to the calendar on Mon, Jan 17, 2005 5:01PM
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