BFUU Open Mic
BFUU is proud to host a Community Open Mic Night the second Friday of each month.
Fellowship Hall - 1924 Cedar St (at Bonita Ave) - Wheelchair AccessibleNote to Musicians/Performers: Sign-up begins at 6:30 PM
Featured artists perform around 8:30 PM
Berkeley Fellowship Open Mic Featuring Andrea Pritchett
Featured artist Andrea Pritchett is a well known Berkeley activist and singer/songwriter. Teacher, co-founder of Berkeley Copwatch, community radio and Occupy Activist are just a few of her roles. She works fearlessly for the rights of all and against the militarization of police forces. Andrea has been in popular all female music groups such as Rebecca Riots and the Average Dyke Band but holds her own as a solo artist.
Gail Penso, This Month's Host
Our Host, Gail Penso, is a long-time Earth First and social justice activist who knows the power, morale, and meaning that songs bring to our lives and struggles.
Sign-up for performers begins at 6:30 pm.
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Previous open mic performing artists include:
Country Joe, Josh Gallup, Josie Gallup, Holly Harwood, Mike Lendenney, Eric on violin, Carolyn Scarr, Mike Leslie, Pam Wilson, George Johnson, Belinda & Saundra, JJ and George, Steve Stahl, Wendy Bartlett, Frances Hillyard, Molly Thomas, Tulley, Steve Munoz, Winston Montgomery, Kevin, Ken Hammond, Joey from Hawaii, Dan Cunningham, Diane Amar, Saffell, JJ Jenkins, Ava Bird, Dennis, Jeremy Lyon, Steven Troxler, Alex Stein, Strumming for Vets, Ron D., Elmer Pudd, Plane Floyd, Gregg, Ron Greenstein, Spirit Flute, Roger, Peace Monkeys (Lorraine Lerman & Clyde Leland), Hobbyhorse, Mary Dewey-Wagner, Marvino, Boonduck, Dada, Bud Miles, Terri Compost, Grace Wood, Evie McKnight, Wobbly Woman, Zach Sorgen, Bud Miles, Hank Goode, Kat & Alex, John & Dave, Gregg, Aerin Monroe, Anthony Bello, and Rob Sherman.
Sponsored by the BFUU Social Justice Committee. Special appreciation to Gail Penso and David, Michael Harris, Cynthia Johnson, and our rotating hosts for their support in making each month a memorable event.
We welcome your volunteer time and energy and any donations to support live music amid social justice.