Due to the new mask mandates for inside, and other complications, the Mission Pizza show has been postponed indefinitely.
Our next show:
Before there was tech, there were orchards. Silicon Valley was known as The Valley of Heart’s Delight, and Mountain View is nestled serenely at its center. Come to the Harvest History Festival and celebrate our valley’s rich and fertile past. Heritage Park is home to this family-friendly event on Saturday September 18, 9:00 AM to Noon. Tour the gardens, sample harvest bounty, enjoy children's activities & art projects, live music, and bubble entertainment. View the new furnishings at the historic Immigrant House and see garden demonstrations. Bike or walk in. For more information about this FREE event, contact Mountain View Parks and Recreation (650) 903-6331
The Stragglyrs are participating in a church service
KKUP 91.5 FM, www.kkup.org
The Stragglyrs play a set on the KKUP Country, Folk, and Bluegrass Marathon on KKUP 91.5 FM, online on www.kkup.org
The Party is 1-4. Stragglyrs play 2:30-4. Also includes: Visit with Santa. Hot dog Lunch. Live Music. Games. Arts and Crafts. No Admission. Everything is free. Sign up at: www.wpusa.org/hpregister email: firstname.lastname@example.org phone #/leave message: 408.599.3411
Come hear good music with good pizza and drinks. All ages, no cover.
Keep up with the Stragglyrs!
Original songs and live performances featuring harmony vocals and rootsy, guitar-driven folk-rock and country rock have been the hallmark of the Stragglyrs since the South Bay band formed in late 2000. Members are Larry Ingenthron of Fremont on 6- and 12-string acoustic rhythm and lead guitar and vocals; Bill Mishler of San Jose on drums, harmonica and vocals; Chris Purdum of Sunnyvale on bass, rhythm guitar, flute and vocals; and Autumn Rose of Milpitas on banjo and vocals. The band has an ensemble approach with all members writing and singing in two-to-four-part harmony. The Stragglyrs have released seven albums (including the critically acclaimed "Country Project" in 2011) featuring 101 original songs. They have sold thousands of CDs and have played hundreds of live shows.