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BARBARA DANE’S HOUSE RENT PARTY (Part Two): RICHARD HADLOCK, TAMMY HALL, ANGELA WELLMAN, RUTH DAVIES, BILL MAGINNIS (Bothwell Arts Center, July 19, 2014)

Still full of fire at 87: Barbara Dane gave a joyous concert with her Golden Gate Hot Five at the Bothwell Arts Center in Livermore, California, on July 19, 2014. With Barbara are Tammy Hall, piano; Richard Hadlock, soprano saxophone; Angela Wellman, trombone; Ruth Davies, string bass; Bill Maginnis, drums.

Here’s the second part of the evening: the first part can be found here.

OH, PAPA:

WILD WOMEN DON’T HAVE THE BLUES:

JUST SQUEEZE ME (featuring Tammy Hall):

HOW CAN YOU FACE ME?:

OUT OF NOWHERE:

THROW IT AWAY / I’M ON MY WAY:

TWO SLEEPY PEOPLE:

Barbara will be honored in September 14, 2014, in Berkeley, California, at La Peña Cultural Center with an evening celebrating the release of a radio documentary chronicling her life in music and political activism, A WILD WOMAN SINGS THE BLUES.  Information about the documentary here, and you can purchase tickets for the evening celebration here.

Thank you, Barbara Dane.

May your happiness increase!