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Looking for West Coast venues (U.S.)

open mike 16 May 19 - 02:01 AM
Mark Ross 17 May 19 - 09:44 AM
open mike 18 May 19 - 03:19 PM
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Subject: Looking for West Coast venues (U.S.)
From: open mike
Date: 16 May 19 - 02:01 AM

I am looking to put together a roster of performance places ... house concerts, venues, acoustic and folk concert presenters, clubs and festivals. This is especially for the benefit of Ben Paley who may be booking a west coast tour in the future. I am also wanting to compile a list of places where his father Tom Paley may have played. IF you know of California, Oregon or Washington venues, presenters, producers, etc. please message me ... here or by e-mail at wildmtlaurel@gmail.com. thanks! (the Butte Folk Music Society I was affiliated with for several decades is no longer active, and I would like to compile a list for musicians wanting to perform in the west.


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Subject: RE: Looking for West Coast venues (U.S.)
From: Mark Ross
Date: 17 May 19 - 09:44 AM

Tom played here in Eugene Oregon at Tsunami Books. I think he may have done a show in Portland OR for the Folk Music Society up there. Drop me an e-mail at butte17@gmail.com. I think I can help.

Mark Ross


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Subject: RE: Looking for West Coast venues (U.S.)
From: open mike
Date: 18 May 19 - 03:19 PM

NO word yet on the time frame for this.....Ben will be in the East Coast U.S. this summer/fall and the west coast visit will be in the future. When a closer time frame is proposed, I will search for festivals, workshops, and other events that are scheduled then.


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