Sunday, May 27, 2012

Club Ave 9 presents
with Jerry Day 2012 and Parish Entertainment:
The Dinner and a Show series
A very special Sunday afternoon acoustic show in the courtyard at the New Parish - Oakland with
Jim Lewin and Pat Nevins 
A southern comfort menu by Chef Jeff


Benefitting Jerry Day 2012!!
A portion of the proceeds will go to Jerry Day 2012

Please join us for a special evening of
great tunes, great friends
and some good eats!

Raffle of cool stuff!!

BOOK NOW to reserve your tix by
clicking on the secure Pay Pal link below.
There is limited space and demand is HIGH!

WHEN: Sunday June 24, 2012
WHERE: The New Parish, Oakland CA
WHAT: 3:30 arrival and dinner. 5:00 show.
HOW: $45 per person.

Click on the secure PayPal link below to book.

butter poached shrimp and lobster with (harmony) grits
Soul Food Farms fried chicken with applewood bacon "jam" and arugula
really, really slow cooked Marin Sun Farm's brisket
early Summer corn spoon pudding
garden heirloom tomatoes, Cowgirl Creamery's wagon wheel cheese, grilled bread, balsamic fired torpedo onions, basil pesto and roast garlic dressing
kind collard greens with smoked tofu, apples and caramelized onions 
grapefruit (Ed) and avocado salad with endive and jicama
Blossom Bluff stonefruit cobbler with creme chantilly

Thank you for supporting Live Local Music and your Local Foodshed!
Pat Nevins began his musical career in Chicago, perfrming with the popular band The Deadbeats who released two original albums in 1988 and 1990. He has been performing live shows in the San Francisco area for ten years now, and is known for his heartfelt vocals, deep soul, and rhythm guitar work.

Pat performs his own compositions, and is loved by Bay Area music fans for taking on both the acoustic and electric sides of Neil Young, Bob Dylan, and Gram Parsons, to name a few. He has appeared and worked with many top Bay Area musicians including Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead.

In 2003, Pat released Shakey Zimmerman, a ten song tribute to Neil Young and Bob Dylan, which featured a fabulous backing band that included bassist Bill Laymon and pedal steel and guitar ace, Barry Sless. Currently he plays with Ragged Glory, as well as alongside Stu Allen and Mark Karan in The Ghosts of Electricity.  

Jim Lewin is a guitarist, songwriter and producer based in Santa Cruz, CA. A member of alt-country jamband Great American Taxi, Jim can be found touring regularly around the US and beyond. He also performs with Todd Snider, Frank Wakefield, Lacy J Dalton, and Harmony Grits and fronts his own groups in various genres. Lewin is stylistically eclectic with deep roots in bluegrass, honky tonk, and rock n’ roll. He is known for his skillful playing on both electric and acoustic guitar. Jim exists in several dimensions and he lives in space.
In the past Jim has performed or recorded with such luminaries as Don Was, Gillian Welch and David Rawlings, Bill Kreutzmann, Jack Casady, Peter Rowan, Jeff Austin, Leftover Salmon, Flaco Jimenez, Bobby Pinson, John Reischmann, Richard Greene, Mary McCaslin, Chip Taylor, Railroad Earth, and The Butchers. Jim Lewin is obviously a shameless name - dropper.
In addition to his work as a performing musician, Jim is a session guitarist / multi-instrumentalist and producer with dozens of credits on a diverse assortment of releases, many of which have garnered national radio airplay and met with critical acclaim. He has also produced and composed music for film and television.

Jim lives near the beach and has two really great kids.
Numerically, Lewin is an Elevenist.

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