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Sunday Eiffel

2019 Schedule

MC: Grant McKee
11:00 Souriez
A pastiche of French chanson, musette and gypsy jazz on guitar, violin and bass

11:55  SB French Collective
Traditional dance tunes on traditional instruments from Central France and Brittany.
 
12:50  Johnny Hollywood
Singing dance music and French Quebec blues
 
1:20 Jean-Pierre Tibi
From Edith Piaf to Yves Montand to Charles Aznavour, including Jacques Brel and Johnny Hallyday.
 
2:30 Laura & Anton
Laura Weinbach and Anton Patzner of Bay Area indie art-pop group Foxtails Brigade, taper down from their usual full-band arrangement to just violin, guitar, and voice for an intimate French-cafe jazz combo. Both seasoned players having toured Europe and the US, sharing stages with the likes of Tune Yards, Bombino, Jane Birkin, Bright Eyes, The Faint and more, the two bring their more hidden but equally engaging talent for elegant French chanson, Golden Era jazz standards and romantic original songs.
 
3:05  X-Tet
Playing the gypsy-style jazz that was popular in Paris during the 1940s.
 
3:55 Bohemian Dreams
A French cabaret that includes two performers. Lark Batteau as Zizou the French gypsy sings and plays guitar and ukelele, Gregory Beeman as Gregore plays accordion squeeze box and prances about. There is story telling and interaction with the audience. We sweep people away to another place and time.
 
4:50  Johnny Hollywood
Singing dance music and French Quebec blues
 
5:25 Laura & Anton
Laura Weinbach and Anton Patzner of Bay Area indie art-pop group Foxtails Brigade, taper down from their usual full-band arrangement to just violin, guitar, and voice for an intimate French-cafe jazz combo. Both seasoned players having toured Europe and the US, sharing stages with the likes of Tune Yards, Bombino, Jane Birkin, Bright Eyes, The Faint and more, the two bring their more hidden but equally engaging talent for elegant French chanson, Golden Era jazz standards and romantic original songs.
 
6:00 Reading of The Artist Who Loved Cats
Author Susan Bernardo will read her charming children’s book The Artist Who Loved Cats, The Inspiring Tale Of Theophile-Alexandre Steinlen
6:30 Annual Canine Cavalcade
The French love their dogs as much as Santa Barbarans do! Honor your canine family members in our annual Canine Cavalcade.  Participants should line up at the Eiffel Tower at 6:15 to begin the parade!
 
(All Times approximate. Schedule subject to change. Tips appreciated.)