Newe session in a music-centric coffeehouse
2nd and 4th Wednesdays, 7 p.m., nice new all-ages room, supportive owner—and yes, they do have beer and wine too.
Off to a Great Start
The inaugural Global Bean session was a hoot. Check it out:
Nice place, fun tunes
The second-ever Global Bean session, November 28, 2007:
Consider yourself warned! ;>}
Global Bean, County Kitsap—more vids
Global Bean, County Kitsap—yet another video
A packed house, happy customers—the owners love us. :-)
Record turnout—big session, for a change
Judge for yourself, whether it’s a good thing. I’m thinking that we might need a "one drummer at a time" rule.
Invaders from County Jefferson
Two players from the Port Townsend session joined us for some tunes—here are some clips:
OK, the playing was, well let’s say, "unpretentious"—but a good time was had by all.
Nice big session
We had some guests from another session last night—a good time was had by all. Here’s some clips (if the links don’t get scrambled—don’t know what happened, in the last comment).
Our session made the local paper:
And here’s the latest video:
Still going strong, 2nd and 4th Wednesdays. Recent video:
another one bites the dust
Sadly, after nearly seven years, the Global Bean session has ended. The business has been sold, evening hours curtailed, and that’s that.
I just moved to Gig Harbor and was planning to start coming up for this session. What is happening! Why are sessions dying? :(
resurrection of a session
piprgrl, I just sent you a message about our session situation—don’t lose hope! :-)
mere anarchy is loosed upon the world
Well, not exactly. We have slouched our way from the Global Bean to the Slippery Pig, still on Wednesday nights, 7-9 p.m.