Nice video Sandi, as always...Just checking in.
Was in Berkeley a few weeks ago and spent a day with Buzzy Linhart....Coming to New York on the 10th of Sept..
Need me some Mamouns, Bens Pizza, and of course Katz's Deli......
SEARCH: PAUL CLAYTON is a folk musical opening May 6th-21st at the Triad Theatre, 158 W. 72nd. st. When Bob Dylan arrived in the Village in 1961, Paul Clayton was the most recorded, young folk singer in America. Paul taught Bob the tricks of the Folk trade while falling hopelessly in love with him. It's a Wiki Folk Musical featuring the stars of the time; Paul, Bob. Rev. Gary Davis, Joan Baez, Dave Van Ronk and others.
Members of this group can get a $10 discount. Message Larry at firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy Traum at the Gerdes Folk City 50th Reunion 6/7/10 "Buckets Of Rain" and talks about Dylan
"BRING BACK THEM GOOD OLD DAYS!" ~ Comments from our members!
Lisi Tribble about Gerdes Folk City: "Jay Byrd was the last hooter- Dustin Hoffman based his character "Hawk" in Ishtar on him. Enamel the Camel. The Roches. Rick Danko. David Massengill. George Gerdes. Eric Andersen. Mark Johnson. Gregory Fleeman. Jack Hardy. Robin Williamson. Tret Fure. Ferron. Sammy Walker. Lach. . .--Anderson,
Bob Dylan was also below age when he first played there. Mike signed his guardianship forms."
"I loved it when the Village was still like a small community, a town within Manhattan, and mostly "regulars" would hang out.....I always felt so welcome there... Bring back them old days!"
"This website is gonna catch on fire. Great idea! When I get to something other than an iPhone I'll upload some pix and stuff. I'll be keeping tabs...I Think this kind of organized exposure for the artists willing to perform is Great. going to blossom"
~Bob Porco (grandson of Mike)
"Thanks so much for putting this whole thing together, and for inviting me to participate. I have such wonderful memories of the Bitter End and all the other coffee houses: Gerde's Folk City, The Gaslight Cafe... saw so many wonderful artists perform."