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Author Topic: Lovin Spoonful (Sebastian, Boone, Butler) playing Feb 29  (Read 134 times)
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« on: February 21, 2020, 04:52:19 PM »

A quick reminder, or notice if you haven’t heard yet, that on Saturday Feb 29 at the Alex Theatre in Glendale just north if LA there will be a benefit show in the Wild Honey series which raises funds for an autism nonprofit. Each show focuses on a particular artist or sometimes album. The featured artist this time is the Lovin’ Spoonful. Early on Steve Boone and Joe Butler agreed to appear....then when John Sebastian got word of the show he agreed to perform with them, for the first time since the Spoonful reunited 20 years ago at their Rock ‘n’Roll Hall of Fame induction not long before Zal Yanovsky’s death.

Besides the Spoonful’s set various musicians of note will be playing, from Micky Dolenz, Moby Grape’s Peter Lewis and Dave Alvin on down. Carnie Wilson will be representing our guys there. A few dozen seats in the balcony are still available at $30 but since Rolling Stone’s site just did an article on this show you’d better move quick if you want to attend.

Further info at

https://alextheatre.org/event/wild-honey-foundation-presents-wild-honey-orchestra-lovin-spoonful-autism-benefit

and a list of artists performing is at

http://glendalearts.org/event/wild-honey-foundation-presents-wild-honey-orchestra-celebrates-the-lovin-spoonful-to-benefit-the-autism-think-tank/



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« Reply #1 on: February 21, 2020, 08:49:56 PM »

A quick reminder, or notice if you haven’t heard yet, that on Saturday Feb 29 at the Alex Theatre in Glendale just north if LA there will be a benefit show in the Wild Honey series which raises funds for an autism nonprofit. Each show focuses on a particular artist or sometimes album. The featured artist this time is the Lovin’ Spoonful. Early on Steve Boone and Joe Butler agreed to appear....then when John Sebastian got word of the show he agreed to perform with them, for the first time since the Spoonful reunited 20 years ago at their Rock ‘n’Roll Hall of Fame induction not long before Zal Yanovsky’s death.

Besides the Spoonful’s set various musicians of note will be playing, from Micky Dolenz, Moby Grape’s Peter Lewis and Dave Alvin on down. Carnie Wilson will be representing our guys there. A few dozen seats in the balcony are still available at $30 but since Rolling Stone’s site just did an article on this show you’d better move quick if you want to attend.

Further info at

https://alextheatre.org/event/wild-honey-foundation-presents-wild-honey-orchestra-lovin-spoonful-autism-benefit

and a list of artists performing is at

http://glendalearts.org/event/wild-honey-foundation-presents-wild-honey-orchestra-celebrates-the-lovin-spoonful-to-benefit-the-autism-think-tank/




That's pretty cool. John did a show somewhere with Steve last year, but it's great that he's agreeable to playing with Joe now, too. In the current Lovin' Spoonful, Joe has been the lead singer/frontman.
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