GET OUT: Shipwrecks, Ukelele, Bluegrass

Music and history on a post-grad weekend.

Friday June 8

 Julia Nunes

9 p.m.


She's become a Youtube star thanks to her ukelele and her fame is spreading through the likes of Molly Ringwald, who credited her with inspiring the actress and musician to take up the instrument.


Saturday June 9 and Sunday June 10

Pigeon Point Light Station State Historical Park

noon-3 p.m.

There will be a program about the new book about Galen Wolf who died in 1976 and wrote the book  "Legends of the Coastlands:15 Tales of Shipwrecks and Settlers, Sea Monsters and Supermen and one Unforgettable Railroad."

Publisher and editor Shannon Nottestad will be on hand to talk about Wolf and sign books.

Sunday June 10

David Grisman and Frank Vignola

7 and 9 p.m.

$25 advance/$28 door

The banjo player who dawged Jerry Garcia has teamed up with a new guitarist to cover rarities in the American music songbook.

See video here.


Steve Premo June 09, 2012 at 02:52 PM
Jerry was the banjo player. Dawg plays mandolin.


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