Bartt and Rev at the Coffee Gallery - Tickets $18 Call for Reservation

Excuse me for butting in, Susan, but I wanted to tell you about this show. I think you know Rev, and this is the only time he and I will play together. Hopefully y'all can make it. Thanks!
'Lil Rev is a ukulele master, multi-instrumentalist, storyteller, and one bad-ass harmonica player.

Bob Stane calls Bartt Warburton a "Universal Power with Four Strings, and a great show."

It's a songwriter kind of night, with Bartt and Rev sharing the stage simultaneously. They'll be swapping songs, teaming up on some new ones, and being as charming as a train in a fishbowl.

Rev's traditional tunes of trains and troubadours will juxtapose Bartt's romantic balladry and fiery Flamenculele fireworks.

Rev is on tour from Milwaukee, so catch him in this intimate theatre. Bartt usually plays L.A. shows with his band, but this time he's going solo. Reservations by phone are strongly recommended.

Friday, Feb 1 at 8:00 $18/ticket
The Coffee Gallery Backstage
2029 N. Lake Ave.
Altadena, CA (626)[masked]

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phone reservations STRONGLY recommended!

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  • Ukulele B.

    I had great fun! Hope y'all did, too.

    February 3, 2013

  • Rene B.

    I liked hearing and seeing the Uke played in unconventional ways!

    February 2, 2013

  • Ukulele B.

    Sorry about the confusion, all. The info, including price, is on all the web pages. There was a link in my original post that apparently got cut off. All the details are at Bartt.net

    January 30, 2013

  • Susan C.

    HI, Barbara also called me to make sure guests know that the tickets are $18 and reservations are recommended - I update the posting to make ir clear

    January 29, 2013

  • Rene B.

    FYI: This meetup as it is, IS NOT FREE! This is a part of their regular entertainment schedule, check The Gallery's web site. The fee is $18. I called and made my reservation and Barbara confirmed and wanted me to know that there is a charge.

    January 29, 2013

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