An Evening with Hot Tuna & Guest Steve Kimock
A Benefit to Preserve Bear’s Sonic Journals
w/ Roger McNamee, The Code, and Dauno Martinez
Great American Music Hall
859 O’Farrell St.
San Francisco, CA 94109
…a once-in-a-lifetime event, as the legendary Hot Tuna plays at the gorgeous Great American Music Hall, an intimate and historic ballroom in San Francisco. They’ll be joined by an assortment of special guests and friends, including Roger McNamee, The Code, and Dauno Martinez.
This is a benefit to support the Owsley Stanley Foundation in our quest to preserve Bear’s Sonic Journal recordings—more than 1,300 reels of irreplaceable music history captured by one of the seminal characters of the psychedelic 1960’s.
Before the show and during intermission, bid on exclusive silent auction items, including artwork by Bear, Stanley Mouse, Jerry Garcia, and others.
General admission tickets, with limited seating available, are $100. VIP tickets are $300 and include early entry, a special music set, hors d’oeuvres, beer & wine, a chance to meet the Owsley Stanley Foundation board, family, and some of the musicians, early access to the silent auction, as well as private seating upstairs during the show.
Most of all, let’s have a hell of a good time while supporting an important cause.
Roger McNamee of Moonalice and the Doobie Decibel System will be performing
Moonalice will also be providing a live stream of tonight’s event at Moonalice.com
Poster (below) by Alexandra Fischer; Photo credit: Jay Blakesberg
The Owsley Stanley Foundation’s primary purpose is to arrange for the preservation and eventual production and public distribution of Owsley Stanley’s “Sonic Journals,” a unique (and rapidly deteriorating) archive of more than 1,300 live concert soundboard recordings from the 1960s and 1970s, including rare recordings of performances by such prominent artists as Miles Davis, Johnny Cash, The Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Santana, Taj Mahal, Fleetwood Mac, The Allman Brothers, Steve Miller, Ramblin’ Jack Elliot, Thelonious Monk, Dr. John, Dan Hicks, Chuck Berry, Country Joe and the Fish, Janis Joplin, Big Brother and the Holding Company, Electric Flag, Blue Cheer, The Youngbloods, David Grisman, Old and in the Way, and others.
The family has dedicated their rights to the production value of the recordings to the Foundation; all profits returned from the development of the recordings will go to the Foundation to further its continuing charitable purpose of perpetuating Owsley’s legacy. The foundation is a registered 501c3 non-profit organization.