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Coming up: Houston Jones - Saturday, March 28, 2015 - 7:30 pm
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High Octane Americana

Houston Jones invites you into a world of musical virtuosity and storytelling ranging from the myths of ancient Greece to the red dirt back roads of Waskom Texas. The acoustic heart of the band beats with the passion of five lifetimes lived in a musical landscape of revival tents to Irish pubs, New Orleans to the Great Plains to Motown, a church in Cape Cod to a punk club in Berkeley - from bluegrass and folk to blues and gospel. This explosive, wide-ranging performance will touch your heart and is sure to get your feet moving!

Glenn Houston (lead guitars) 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.
Travis Jones (lead vocals, guitar), began performing as a child accompanying his mother on gospel tours in the South. He honed his soulful delivery in his years as a child preacher in churches around his native Shreveport, only to throw down his bible when he saw the Beatles on Ed Sullivan.
Henry Salvia (keyboards, accordion) has performed with the Johnny Nocturne Band, Bo Diddley, Rickie Lee Jones and Big Jay McNeeley.
Peter Tucker (drums) has deep Americana roots, having performed and recorded with wide array of Americana musicians, including Tim Hardin, Richie Havens, the Beau Brummels, Warren Zevon and Skunk Baxter. Peter was also in the original rhythm section of The Waybacks.
Joshua Zucker (bass) has worked with the Rowan Brothers, Peter Rowan, Caren Armstrong, David Gans, Randy Clark, David Phillips, Garrin Benfield, Dore Coller, Tim Weed, Andrew Freeman and countless others.

The San Francisco Chronicle, in giving Houston Jones its highest review rating for their 6th CD "Queen of Yesterday," described the band as "a confluence of sublime talent".

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See our current art exhibit at the hall:

January - March

Michele de la Menardiere

Fine Art / Design

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Welcome to Pacifica Performances at the Pacifica Center for the Arts, a jewel on the coast nestled in the hills surrounding Linda Mar Beach, just off Hwy 1, 20 minutes south from San Francisco. You will find a comfortable, welcoming hall, with a beautiful hand-crafted stage, fantastic sound system and walls filled with local art. Each week, you can experience world class artists in an intimate, casual environment that enhances and enriches the experience for both the listener and performer. We showcase a variety of musical styles, including blues, Americana/roots, world music, bluegrass, classical, and jazz, as well as dance, comedy and spoken word events.

We offer easy, free parking and reasonable admissions and memberships. Our programming is accessible to everyone--unless otherwise noted, children under age 18 receive free admission. Refreshments are available and fine dining is nearby.

Our hall is also available to rent for parties, meetings, recitals or concerts. Call our office at: 650-355-1882

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NOTE: Please bring your paper receipt to the show as confirmation of your ticket.
If you have purchased 6 tickets, you can reserve a table by calling the office at 650-355-1882 and leaving a message. Your call will be returned and your request confirmed at that time.