Gathering of the Tribes
Featuring InDIYpendent culture, Psychonaut grooves, and interviews! Broadcast Thursdays, 5 to 6pm, at 89.5FM in the eastern San Pablo bay area. Tune-in online at [link]. Produced by the GOTT Affinity Network [gatheringofthetribes.blogspot.com], on Facebook at [link], affiliated with Northbay Evolver Network [link]! (Radio show instrumentals by the Alley Cat of Vacaville!)
Check out our Transmitter Range [link]
Check out the Vallejo Art Walk, the Valentines Day edition! [link]
KEEP IT LIT Campaign
[sfbayview.com/2014/marcus-books-launches-keep-it-lit-campaign-and-vows-to-remain-a-lighthouse-for-our-community/] Marcus Books, the oldest Black book store in the U.S., must raise a million dollars this Black History Month to buy back its home, the historic Jimbo’s Bop City building, which the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, in a unanimous vote, recently designated a historic landmark. “So far we’ve raised more than half of our goal, but we still need to raise a million dollars, and we’re calling on the community to donate $20 or more and then ask their friends and networks to do the same,” says Tamiko Johnson, who along with her parents, Greg and Karen Johnson, co-owns Marcus Books. Strategizing on the grassroots “Keep It Lit” campaign are the Johnsons with nationally renowned economist Julianne Malveaux and community activist Carlos Levexier. Marcus Books not only serves people who buy books but as a center of guidance for activists who are improving their own knowledge in order to serve the community themselves. And Marcus Books will be a lighthouse for years to come. Look at all the ways a person can make a $20 donation: 1) come to Marcus Books in person, 2) go to Marcusbookstores.com and click the donate button, 3) send a check to Marcus Books, 1712 Fillmore St., San Francisco, CA 94115, or 4) call us at (415) 346-4222 with your credit card. The power is still in the people. Exercise your power. KEEP Marcus Books LIT!
Trevor Lyon, to introduce his latest track, give us the up&up on his latest tour, and future events!
"Don't Worry" by Trevor Lyon, [link], a previously unreleased track from Trevor Lyon's upcoming album "Collection Vol. 1", a compilation of previous released songs, including many often heard on GOTT radio!
Liberated Zones, composed of Thoughtful & Psychedelic events from around the San Pablo bay area and beyond. Click here [link] for more info about Liberated Zones!
The Hub's Open Mic Night
Sat, Feb. 22nd, 8pm, FREE - as always ;) $3 to 5 suggested donation
At The Hub Vallejo [350 Georgia st., Vallejo] [thehubVallejo.com] [Facebook.com/TheHubVallejo/events] Open W-F 12 to 6:30pm; Sat. 10 to 4pm; Sun. 12 to 4pm
It's the 4th Saturday of the month. You know what that means. The brilliant performing artists of Vallejo will converge on The Hub once again to strut their stuff! :)
These just keep getting better & better! Vallejoans share their music, poetry, theater, stand up. Often it ends up in a jam session. So come on out. Enjoy what Vallejo has to offer and/or show us what you got!