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Mike at the Open Mic: Bare Foot Coffee Roasters, Santa Clara

Michael David Crawford, Baritone,

I'll be playing at Bare Foot every Thursday evening for the next couple months.

September 17, 2008

Copyright © 2008 Michael David Crawford. All Rights Reserved.

I'll be playing an Open Mic tomorrow night:

Thursday September 18, 2008, 7:00 PM

Bare Foot Coffee Roasters:

5237 Stevens Creek Blvd
Santa Clara, CA 95051
(408) 248-4500

(On the North-East corner of Stevens Creek and Lawrence Expressway.)

Map: HiRez - LowRez

The show runs until 10:00, but I won't know when I'll be performing until I call to book my slot at 5:00 tomorrow. But it's really worth your while to stay for the whole Open Mic: quite aside from getting to witness My Magnificence, the other artists are really top-notch, with many performing their own material.

All ages are welcome, and there is no cover charge. But buy a coffee: theirs is the best in The Valley.

Michael David Crawford playing the keyboard

Michael David Crawford Performing Live
(Photo by Harry Gill)

I will give everyone who attends a free CD of my album Geometric Visions: The Rough Draft. Nobody gets out without their free CD!

I announce all my shows in advance at my live performance page as well as a brief listing on my homepage, in the Music section.

If you can't make it, you'll have plenty of other opportunities: I'll be playing Bare Foot every Thursday for the next couple months. Later I'll play other Open Mics at other venues around The Valley, as well as in Santa Cruz, Berkeley and San Francisco.

Starting early next year, I'll make occasional road trips to other Open Mics all up and down The Left Coast from San Diego to Vancouver, British Columbia. I can play The Soviet Republic of Canuckistan because I still have a valid work permit, despite having fled the country.

Someday I'll play all around the world.

I'll also start playing on the street soon, as a busker. I bought a battery-powered busker's amp; all I need now is to build a battery power supply for my keyboard, as it's not built to take batteries. My plan is to buy a replacement AC adapter from M-Audio, cut the transformer off, then hook the wires to a twelve volt gel cell.

(My street performances will generally be announced on my live performance schedule as well.)


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