Jeremy’s trip to San FranciscoAdd to calendar
Jean (Lani) Herrmann
Fiddler born in Hawaii, but can't swim nor do the hula!joined 7 years ago
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I came to music playing from being a dancer. In Sacramento, Calif., I learned Contra, Scottish, English Country, and Scandinavian dance. At the Slow Jam sessions I attend, we play Contra dance tunes or Old Timey tunes. I play the recorder, penny whistle, ...joined 6 years ago
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United Irish Cultural Center, San Francisco, California, USA
The Chieftain, San Francisco, California, USAAdded by jeffreyeli .
Michael Collins Irish Bar, San Francisco, California, USAAdded by GhostOfMollie .
The Plough And Stars, San Francisco, California, USAAdded by glauber .
Exploring Music, San Francisco, California, USAAdded by Dana Trillo .
Molloy’s Tavern, South San Francisco, California, USAAdded by Eamon Chute .
I’ll bring my mandolin with me—it would be lovely to meet up for some tunes!
Re: San Francisco
You’ll be there for the Sunday session at the Plough and the Stars on Clement Street on December 8th - mandolin player Marla Fibish is hosting it along with fiddler Erin Shrader and guitarist Richard Mandel.
Re: San Francisco
Oh, I’ll definitely head along to that—sounds great!
San Francisco trip report
Well, this trip turned out great—I was at sessions three nights in a row!
The sessions in the Plough And The Stars were really, really good. It was a real pleasure to play with some outstanding players: Marla Fibish, Tim Hill, Vinnie Cronin, and many more.
Special thanks to Jack Giler (Phantom Button here on The Session) for making me very welcome …and for giving me a lift back to my hotel after the session.
I don’t know when I’ll next be in San Francisco, but I look forward to returning to the Plough.