Thursday, February 27, 2014

GOTT Radio for Feb. 27th, 2014

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  [], 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]

Tribal Music
Lee Howard's Musical Universe - Arrival to Orgasma
Sorry Lot
- A Thick Black Ray Sunshine
Dry County Drinkers - Little less cryin' (little more drinkin')
Rick McCracken - The Ballad of the West Coast Sheiks
Rick McCracken - The World Turns into the Land

Tribal News:
"The Hub will throw grand opening to showcase Vallejo art scene", 2014-02-25 by Sarah Rohrs from "Vallejo Times-Herald" [link]

Tribal musician Trevor Lyon has released the official music video for his latest single "Don't Worry" from the album "Collection Vol. 1" with features from Mendo Dope, Shannon Lacy, Ras Indio, and Carrie Drew. []

Tribal artist Sellassie of San Francisco has released his new music at []. with a Remix coming with DEAD PREZ & TAJAI From Souls Of Mischief! 2014 #HigherGroundHipHop Is About To Make Its Mark! YOU WILL SEE AND HEAR THIS EVERYWHERE! YOU KNOW HOW SELLASSIE DOES IT!

Liberated Zones, composed of Thoughtful & Psychedelic events from around the San Pablo bay area and beyond. Click here [linkfor more info about Liberated Zones!

Poetry by the Bay
Thur. Feb. 27th, 7pm to 9:30pm, FREE (
Every 2nd and 4th Thursday, at The Hub Vallejo [350 Georgia st., Vallejo] [] [] Open W-F 12 to 6:30pm; Sat. 10 to 4pm; Sun. 12 to 4pm

The Musical Universe
Fri., Feb. 28th, 7pm, FREE
At The Hub Vallejo [350 Georgia st., Vallejo] [] [] Open W-F 12 to 6:30pm; Sat. 10 to 4pm; Sun. 12 to 4pm

Hub Fest
Sat., March 1st, 10am to 10pm
At The Hub Vallejo [350 Georgia st., Vallejo] [] [] Open W-F 12 to 6:30pm; Sat. 10 to 4pm; Sun. 12 to 4pm

ERIE presents:
Women's Entheogenic Symposium

Sunday, March 2, 2014
11 AM to 7:30 PM
California Institute of Integral Studies [1453 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA]

"Angel Heart 4 U" presents...
First Friday Movie Night!
March 3rd, 6:30pm to 9pm
$5 suggested donation
501 1st St, Benicia, CA 94510
More information at (707) 745-2024
Angel Heart 4 U [] is a non-denominational spiritual culture center for seekers of the divine!

Zulu Nation Thursdays in Oakland
Thursday, March 6, 6:00pm until 12:00am
Starting Thursday, March 6th 2014: ZULU NATION THURSDAYS @ 1 Fam in West Oakland!
This event will be every 1st Thursday of the Month and we setting it off with MC Swift, Eseibio the Automatic, Alia Sharrief, Aaron Mirmalek aka DJ Free Leonard & Rage Souljah of Race for the Times!!!
6-8pm Meeting of the Minds
8-11pm performances & speakers/community dialogue,
11-12am Open Mic Cypher!!
All Ages welcome
At the 1 Fam [1600 7th St, Oakland]

Heritage Open Mic
March 7th, and every 1st Saturday of the month, 7pm, FREE
At the Mare Island Heritage Preserve, directions at this link []

Skunk Funk @ Shanachie Pub in Willits!
Saturday, March 8th, 8:00pm

2nd Saturday bands
Sat., March 8th, 8pm
At The Hub Vallejo [350 Georgia st., Vallejo] [] [] Open W-F 12 to 6:30pm; Sat. 10 to 4pm; Sun. 12 to 4pm

North Bay Drummm Circle 
March 9th, and every "2nd Sunday" of the month
3:30-4pm Beginner Lesson: Intro to Hand Drumming/World Grooves
4-5pm All levels Facilitated Drummm Circle + Community Celebration.
Located @ IntegriTea, 717 Marin St, Vallejo CA
Cost Adults: $10; Kids 13 + under: $5; Seniors 65 + up $8; Babies under 2: Free.
Bring a drum or percussion if you have one, or play one of Jeni's drums for an additional $5 each (first come, first serve). Questions? Contact Jeni Swerdlow at [] or [510.316.2850]
Are you ready to groove your heart out? This fun, playfully challenging drum circle is facilitated by DRUMMM Rhythmic Events founder Jeni Swerdlow, MA-ATR. Open to all ages, levels, cultures, and styles of drumming. No prior musical experience is necessary to participate. Jeni will get your hands moving and grooving on the drum in no time!

Wednesday March 12, 7pm
[2425 Channing Way, Berkeley, CA 94704]
Robert Hass is the author of many books of poetry and prose, most recently, What Light Can Do: Essays on Art, Imagination and the Natural World  (Ecco).  He served as the Poet Laureate of the United States from 1995-97 and has been awarded both the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize.  He teaches English at the University of California, Berkeley.
Lyn Hejinian is an essayist, translator, scholar and poet.  She teaches in the University of California, Berkeley English Department.  Her most recent new book of poetry is The Book of A Thousand Eyes (Omnidawn Books, 2012).  In 2009, Hejinian founded the Solidarity Alliance at UC Berkeley, a coalition of unions, workers, staff, students, and faculty fighting against the privatization of public education.
This event is part of Revolution Books' fundraising campaign to raise $1000's.  The funds will enable the store to expand its selection of books, improve its tech equipment, and promote timely and provocative author readings and political events.  Contribute to the store or become a monthly sustainer.
$5 - 20.  Tickets in advance and at the door.

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