|McCABE'S BIDS A SAD FAREWELL TO ROZ LARMAN
Along with her husband Howard, and their long-running FolkScene radio show, Roz was perhaps Southern
California's greatest champion of folk music and the musicians who play it. There's not a picker who's played
our stage that doesn't owe a debt of gratitude to Roz, and McCabe's itself would not have made it all these
years had it not been for her unwavering support of the artists we present. We will remember her always.
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Thirty years ago, Peter Case launched his solo career after making a name for himself fronting seminal punk/pop bands the Nerves and the Plimsouls. It was a bold move at a time before the term "Americana" had even been used to describe roots-based popular music, but Peter's songwriting skills were already clearly in evidence right from the get-go. He actually debuted his troubadour career here at McCabe's all those years ago, and now, more than a dozen albums and countless shows later, he's come full circle. He's even found time along the way to become a published author (As Far As You Can Get Without A Passport, everthemore books) and an accomplished teacher of songwriting, which he's done in workshops at McCabe's, The Freight & Salvage, and other prestigious institutions. He's an enormous talent and a driving force in folk and acoustic music, and we couldn't be happier that he's celebrating this anniversary with us. Be here, won't you?
Award-winning bluegrass and folk singer Susie Glaze, mandolinist Steve Rankin, fiddler Mark Indictor and bassist Fred Sanders are the newest version of the acclaimed L.A. Americana group The Hilonesome Band. Debuting this fall as The Susie Glaze New Folk Ensemble, this sparkling outfit is a lush new folk-Americana fusion, presenting gorgeous eclectic blends of mountain folk and exciting new grassy and Celtic-inspired originals, all with the remarkable voice of Susie Glaze. For this show, the band is featuring the Bay Area's lead guitarist phenomenon, Glenn Houston. Houston (nee Pomianek) has been voted Best Guitarist by the Northern California Bluegrass Society, is a past judge of the National Flatpicking Guitar Championship Competition in Winfield, Kansas, and was the founding lead guitarist of the Waybacks, and co-founder and long-time lead guitarist for Houston Jones. Glenn has recently joined Susie Glaze in performances of the quintet edition of The New Folk Ensemble. Don't miss this show!
Kids and families nationwide know and love the music of L.A.-based composer/performers Andrew & Polly from hearing the duo's songs on Nickelodeon's Wallykazam!, as well as their scores to Nick digital projects, including the series Welcome To The Wayne. Andrew & Polly play regularly in and around Los Angeles and in the booth of their studio as the hosts of Ear Snacks, a radical new podcast for kids, featuring kids. Andrew & Polly are excited for a great fall concert series. Join us!
For what is now announced as their final U.S. tour, Chad & Jeremy have pulled out all the stops and will be employing a full band and cellist to back them in a career-spanning show with never-before-performed deep cuts and fan favorites. Don't miss your last chance to see this legendary duo on this side of the pond. First show sold out! Late show going fast!
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