Please come and join Manjali Light and friends at Bazaar Cafe for a Sunday Musical Soiree featuring original songs from local singer/songwriters. The soiree will be held on Sunday, December 22 starting at 6pm. It will be a delightful evening filled with wonderful music and lovely people, in the comfortable, relaxed setting that is Bazaar Cafe! Not in particular order, the lineup is as follows: David Colon (https://www.facebook.com/DavidAcoustics) Sam Whitehouse (https://www.facebook.com/SamWhitehouseMusic) Wesley Woo (https://www.facebook.com/WesleyWooMusic) HyeJin Yu aka Manjali Light (https://www.facebook.com/ManjaliLight) and Our Special Guest, Tribe of Dreams (https://www.facebook.com/TribeOfDreams), will be back in town for a visit and will join us this night! Yummy food (my favorite is veg curry, mmmm!) and drinks (coffee, tea, beer, wine, etc.) are available for purchase so come listen to music, eat and be merry with us! Sunday, December 22 6pm Bazaar Cafe 5927 California St (between 21st & 22nd Avenues) San Francisco, CA 94121 No cover All ages welcome See you then and many blessings, ♥!
Eric Hauenstein w/special guest Sam Whitehouse No Cover
Bio: Sam’s musical influences include the likes of Susan Tedeschi, Bonnie Raitt, Sarah Bareilles, Corrine Bailey Rae, Melody Gardot, John Mayer, Etta James, Ani DiFranco, No Doubt, Norah Jones, Mary J. Blige and many more. Before moving to New York Sam’s prior band projects included The Verdict, a Bo...See Full Bio
“Whitehouse has been in and out of bands since she was 23. But things slowed down in 2007, when she had to take a year off from singing to recuperate from a motorcycle accident. Before the accident, she had just begun teaching voice lessons, and after moving to Saratoga Springs and being unable to find work, her husband suggested she try teaching again. Despite a rough start, she was eventually able to open up her own studio. “I was really rusty [at first] — I tried to demonstrate things and I couldn’t,” she said. “Then I got super motivated to really get back into the swing of things. I really started doing more practices. Things have evolved pretty quickly since I moved here, which is pretty interesting — I wouldn’t have anticipated it.””