**MIKE CLARK & DONALD HARRISON [of The Headhunters] w/ BARRY FINNERTY [of Miles Davis] + WIL BLADES** [& *THE MAGIC BEANS* + DJ K-OS]

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**MIKE CLARK & DONALD HARRISON [of The Headhunters] w/ BARRY FINNERTY [of Miles Davis] + WIL BLADES** [& *THE MAGIC BEANS* + DJ K-OS]
Friday, February 16, 2018 9:30 PM to Saturday, February 17, 2018 3:00 AM
Boom Boom Room, San Francisco, CA
  • 21 & over
 
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  • Ticket Price: $18.00
  • Door Time: 8:00 PM
  • Show Type: Funk
  • Restrictions: 21 & over
  • Where: Boom Boom Room 1601 Fillmore St San Francisco, CA 94115
*Mike Clark*
&
*Donald Harrison*

of the ORIGINAL HEADHUNTERS
plus

*BARRY FINNERTY*
of MILES DAVIS BAND

&
*Wil Blades* 
with SPECIAL GUESTS

PLUS

**THE MAGIC BEANS**


**MIKE CLARK**

 
Mike Clark is an American drummer who played in the jazz fusion group The Headhunters, led by Herbie Hancock, in the mid-1970s. Michael Jeffrey Clark was born in Sacramento, California, on October 3, 1946. When he was five, he began to teach himself how to play the drums. His father, also a drummer, took him to clubs to sit in with the band two years later. In the 1950s, he was a freelance drummer in San Francisco, then studied music in Oakland. He played professionally with Vince Guaraldi, Woody Shaw, Eddie Henderson, and Joe Henderson. Beginning in 1975 he played with Herbie Hancock and Hancock's jazz-funk band The Headhunters. In 1977 he was part of the jazz rock group Brand X. In the early 1980s, he joined guitarist Bill Frisell and bassist Percy Jones in the group Stone Tiger.
Clark recorded his first album as a leader in 1989. Give the Drummer Some was an acoustic ensemble comprising saxophonist Ricky Ford, bassist Chip Jackson, pianist Neal Kirkwood, trumpeter Jack Walrath, and guitarist Jack Wilkins.

**DONALD HARRISON**

Donald Harrison was born in New Orleans in 1960 and grew up in a home environment saturated with the city’s traditional brass bands, afro-new Orleans culture, modern jazz, R&B, funk, classical, world and dance music. His connection to New Orleans’ roots was deepened by his father, a Big Chief, in a new American style of African culture developed in New Orleans. The culture is an offshoot culture of Congo Square, one of the only known places in North America where Africans openly participated in their culture in the 18th and 19th centuries and still participate in it throughout the city. Donald became the Big Chief of The Congo Square Nation Afro-New Orleans cultural group in 1999 and coined the term Afro-New Orleans to describe his culture. He designed and built New Orleans’ first cultural attire to merge African designs with Afro-New Orleans style cultural designs.

**THE MAGIC BEANS**


Scott Hachey – Electric/Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Casey Russell – Keyboards, Vocals
Chris Duffy – Bass Guitar, Vocal
Cody Wales – Drums, Vocals
The Magic Beans are band with a passion for music that is as infectious as their songs, both of which have gained them national notoriety in a short time. Much like the taste’s of modern music lovers, the band’s sound isn’t confined to one-genre. The Beans strive to be as inclusive as possible by skirting the lines between many genres within their unique sound. The band’s infectious stage chemistry is very inclusive of the audience, resulting in a close knit fanbase around the group dubbed, “Team Bean”. The group uses no pre-recorded tracks or samples in favor of a more traditional approach to music; original songwriting and continually pushing the envelope are what have set this group apart. Whether you like ballads or bangers, the Beans have something you will enjoy. Seamlessly combining clever songwriting with modern dance music, The Magic Beans strive to be original and expressive in a world where everything’s been done.

$18 adv 

 
 

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