Friday, March 1st, 2024, 5-7:30 PM PT. Jodi Siegel is the Featured Guest on the March 2024 First Friday This is a house concert in Los Angeles, CA and will be a hybrid event taking place simultaneously in person and online. For In Person: $20 admission. Limited Seating! Please RSVP soonest on Facebook messenger to https://www.facebook.com/severin.browne to secure your seat! Doors open 3:30, Pot luck at 4pm. Show starts at 5pm.
bring your voices and instruments for a song circle, led by Tom Hubbard, after the show<** This show will also be LIVE ONLINE, Zoom to YouTube Live at https://www.youtube.com/@severinbrownemusic Contact https://www.facebook.com/severin.browne on facebook messenger if you want to join the show on zoom. Otherwise you can watch the show on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/@severinbrownemusic (The youtube link will also be shared to Severin Browne's First Friday facebook page).
DONATION & WEBSITE INFO: Jodi Siegel website - https://jodisiegel.com/ Donations: Venmo is @Jodi-Siegel-6 Zelle is 310-218-3899
Severin Browne website - https://severinbrowne.com/ Donations: PayPal.me/SeverinBrowne Venmo.com/Severin-Browne Zoom feed monitored by Dave DC Sound at The Abbey: Ed Brand Song Circle after the show led by Tom Hubbard Dungeon Tour after the show by Severin Browne Social Media and Facebook Live monitored by Mother Hen Promotions. Graphics by Tom Pickles. The line-up for Severin's "First Friday Band" is subject to change without notice and may include Jaynee Thorne, Leslie Beauvais, Barrett Tagliarino, Matt Bunsen, Mara Wells. Tom Hubbard says this: "Those of you who wish to take the Dungeon Tour are encouraged to help us get an accurate count of the people who begin the tour, for obvious reasons. If you plan to join the Song Circle, we have a place to stash your axes during the concert. Speak to the ladies taking your $20, they'll take care of you. Be aware that there will be dogs about, and yours are welcome. We do ask that you take reasonable precautions with your potluck food, we've never had any problems, and we intend to keep it that way."