Saturday at Slim’s SF: Doug Ellington, The Moondoggies, The Stone Foxes, Bhi Bhiman

by oz on October 15, 2008

I’m getting out of the house this weekend and heading up to San Francisco for some jazz, blues, roots and good ole fashioned American rock music. We talked about The Moondoggies and their phenomenal album Don’t Be A Stranger not too long ago.‚  Since then I’ve read nothing but good things about the Seattle band’s live shows. I’ll be a witness firsthand on Saturday night as the boys share the Slim’s stage with Doug Ellington (grand-nephew of Duke), The Stone Foxes, and Bhi Bhiman.

Any San Franciscan readers going? If so, let’s grab a cold one.

Doug Ellington – Mind In Mediation

The Moondoggies – Changing

The Stone Foxes – Beneath Mt. Sinai

Bhi Bhiman – Telouise

The Moondoggies, live and acoustic on the ferry in Seattle.


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Woody October 16, 2008 at 9:08 am

Say hello to my new favorite band. I didn’t know that the lead singer was sporting a sweet set of Chops.

Tom October 16, 2008 at 7:46 pm

Looking forward to hanging out with the Moondoggies and you Saturday night. As you said, I will try to make friends with them so they can play Kathryn’s birthday party in Seattle next year.

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