Friday, May 22, 2009

Wayback Machine at 17th Street Market

This just in from my client extraordinaire Jim Lipson, percussionist with Wayback Machine.

This Saturday, the Wayback Machine will violate one of its sacrosanct rules: performing before the noon hour. They make an exception for their debut at the World Music store in the 17th St. Market.

For almost three years, the Market has enriched Saturday shopping by showcasing live music from 11:30am to 3:30pm. If you have not yet been to the 17th St. Market or Music Store, do yourself a favor and check it out: fresh produce, fantastic fish market, extensive array of Asian groceries, acoustic instruments, local CDs, and lots more.

The Market is at 830 E. 17th. St. just west of Euclid Ave., in the old warehouse district close to the train tracks. Take Euclid south from Broadway, turn west on 18th St., then follow the signs north and west to the Market.

For this acoustic gig they'll be joined by Shanti Foster on violin, mandolin and guitar and Mike Begala on guitar and mandolin.

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