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Homegrown Sonoma Trio sing original folk and rock at New Cotati Cabaret

December 20, 2019

The Musers bring their original folk and rock repertoire to the New Cotati Cabaret at Congregation Ner Shalom, 85 LaPlaza, Cotati Sat., Jan. 18 at 7:30. The concert is a fundraiser for Ner Shalom.

Sonoma County natives Anita Bear Sandwina on banjolin, fiddle, mandolin, guitar, and harmonica, Megan McLaughlin on guitar and mandolin, and Tom Kuhn on upright bass comprise Sonoma County’s newest folk trio. Their range of musical styles includes Irish, Appalachian, Roots, Jazz, Swing, and Gospel.

Award winning songwriters Anita and Megan’s soaring harmonies sing permeate The Musers’ sound, offset by Tom’s voice, bass and mouth percussion. Their shows are punctuated by laughter, dancing feet and grooves echoing their rock and roll-permeated youth. 

Tickets are $20. General admission, $30 VIP, and $10 student, and may be purchased at shalomevents.org or by calling Ner Shalom at (707) 664-8622.  Discounts for those impacted by 2017 – 2019 fires are available thanks to a grant from the North Bay Wildfire Recovery Fund of the combined Jewish Community Federations of San Francisco Bay Area and the East Bay.