Loading Events
Tuesday, November 28th
7:00pm-9:00pm |$10

BARRY FINNERTY ON GUITAR WITH HIS TRIO

Born in San Francisco, Barry studied classical piano from age 5, and got his first guitar at age 13.

He Lived in Hong Kong 1965-66, got his first electric guitar,and played his first professional gigs, including opening for Herman’s Hermits.

He then returned to San Francisco in 1966 and played in various bands while attending high school and one year at UC Berkeley. During this time, he performed at the Fillmore and the Avalon Ballroom. He attended Berklee School of Music in Boston in 1971.

Barry then moved to New York City in 1973 and Played and recorded with the Brecker Brothers (Heavy Metal Bebop), the Crusaders (Street Life), Miles Davis (The Man With The Horn), Chico Hamilton, Airto and Flora Purim, Hubert Laws, Joe Farrell, Ray Barretto, Billy Cobham, Blood, Sweat and Tears, Taj Mahal. Didier Lockwood, Thad Jones/Mel Lewis, Teruo Nakamura, and The Negatives, among others, toured frequently throughout the USA, Europe, and Japan, and released six albums as a solo artist. Also was one of five photographers chosen to show work at the Washington Square Art Exhibition in Greenwich Village.

He returned to the S.F Bay Area (Oakland) in 1998 and continues to work professionally, tour and record worldwide. His two “Serious Jazz” practice books, published by Sher Music, have been internationally acclaimed. In 2010 he released two new CDs, “Blues For Trane” on Cheetah Records in Japan, and “Manhattan Sessions Part 1” on ESC in Europe.

Upcoming Events

  • This event has passed.

Events for April 2019

The cost shown for each performance is the price for tickets per person, which are purchased in advance. There is a Food & Beverage Minimum for reservations downstairs. Tickets may be purchased on Eventbrite, or by making a reservation on Opentable By submitting a reservation, you are purchasing tickets to a show. Tickets are non-refundable but may be transferred to other people. No-shows or cancellations are charged the full ticket price per person to the card on file.

See our FAQ for more details. There is no charge for enjoying the music in our upstairs lounge.

Call us at 415.358.1999 or email us with any questions!

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events
SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday

GRAMMY-WINNING TRUMPET SENSATION MAURICE “MOBETTA” BROWN

GRAMMY-WINNING TRUMPET SENSATION MAURICE “MOBETTA” BROWN

GRAMMY-WINNING TRUMPET SENSATION MAURICE “MOBETTA” BROWN

CLOSED THIS EVENING

KAZEMDE GEORGE COLLECTIVE “JAZZ BEATS”

KAZEMDE GEORGE COLLECTIVE “JAZZ BEATS”

SAMI STEVENS AND THE MAN I LOVE

KAZEMDE GEORGE COLLECTIVE “JAZZ BEATS”

SAMI STEVENS AND THE MAN I LOVE

MADS TOLLING & THE MADS MEN

SAMI STEVENS AND THE MAN I LOVE

MARK ROBINSON “JOY SPRING!”

SAMI STEVENS AND THE MAN I LOVE

SAMI STEVENS AND THE MAN I LOVE

CLOSED THIS EVENING

FREDDY CLARKE & WOBBLY WORLD

JULIAN ARCHER TRIO

CAROLINE DAVIS QUARTET

THE WALTER EARL GROUP

CAROLINE DAVIS QUARTET

BRYAN CARTER & THE YOUNG SWANGERS

CAROLINE DAVIS & MAITRI

THE WALTER EARL GROUP

CAROLINE DAVIS & MAITRI

CAROLINE DAVIS & MAITRI

CLOSED THIS EVENING

MAKAYA MCCRAVEN

MAKAYA MCCRAVEN

MAKAYA MCCRAVEN

MAKAYA MCCRAVEN

KNOX BARBER TRIO FT. LEGENDARY DRUMMER MATT WILSON

KALÍ RODRÍGUEZ-PEÑA COLLECTIVE FT. VOCALIST GINA D’SOTO + SAXOPHONIST KAZEMDE GEORGE

JD ALLEN TRIO

KALÍ RODRÍGUEZ-PEÑA COLLECTIVE FT. VOCALIST GINA D’SOTO + DJ SETS BY WONWAY POSIBUL!

DANIELLE WERTZ QUINTET

KALÍ RODRÍGUEZ-PEÑA COLLECTIVE FT. VOCALIST GINA D’SOTO + SAXOPHONIST KAZEMDE GEORGE

KALÍ RODRÍGUEZ-PEÑA COLLECTIVE FT. VOCALIST GINA D’SOTO + SAXOPHONIST KAZEMDE GEORGE

CLOSED THIS EVENING

ILLY BOGART “THE MUSIC OF D’ANGELO!”

JOEL FLEISHER

KYLE NASSER QUINTET

MICHELLE SPINELLI & TOMATI

KYLE NASSER QUINTET

MICHELLE SPINELLI & TOMATI FT. BRIAN RICE

KYLE NASSER QUINTET

MICHELLE SPINELLI & TOMATI FT. BRIAN RICE

KYLE NASSER QUINTET

EMPRESS “LOVELY I AM”: THE SOULFUL, UNPLUGGED PREVIEW OF HER DEBUT ALBUM

EMPRESS “LOVELY I AM”: THE SOULFUL, UNPLUGGED PREVIEW OF HER DEBUT ALBUM

CLOSED THIS EVENING

THE BEN WINKELMAN TRIO

1
2
3
4