Joan Baez leads a group of veterans and newcomers on the music scene, celebrating the Summer of Love during “Celebrating the San Francisco Sound” at the Nourse Theater in San Francisco.The Saturday, July 22, event will feature a group of strong players forming the Summer of Love Band, backing performers including Baez, local singer-songwriter Caroline Sky, the T Sisters from Oakland, Nicki Bluhm and others.Rock journalist Paul Liberatore is the ringmaster of the event, which will include songs by Jefferson Airplane, the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, Quicksilver Messenger Service and more from the era.
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