MING Event - The End of Summer Soul Jam Session @ Waldwirtschaft Grosshesselohe
Where: Waldwirtschaft (WaWi), Georg-Kalb-Str. 3, 82049 München-Großhesselohe near Pullach
When: Sunday, 6th September, 1200-1800
Cost: No cover charge and no entrance fee, just “pay as you go.”
Register: With Dave Dowdy – email@example.com by 31 August
The Family Krätz proudly invites us to a music festival being organized by Dave Dowdy in co-operation with Linda Jo Rizzo. Performing will be some of the best musicians and singers in and around Munich, who also played for us at the Amerikahaus Jam I held last year in May. Those of you who attended that party know what fantastic music we had so get your dancing shoes ready. There will be a mixture of music styles, spanning blues and soul to R&B and Jazz and featuring music by Duke Ellington, Ray Charles, Horace Silver, Marvin Gaye, Bobby Womack, James Brown, Stevie Wonder, etc.
Among the expected guest performers are Ron Williams, Bob Chisholm, Eddie Taylor, Jane Knieper, Ernie Butler, Edgar Wilson and George Green among others.
We will have special reserved and decorated seats in the beer garden facing the band under large white umbrellas. Come out and enjoy the great-tasting food in the beer garden (US steaks, Kobe-beef hamburgers, spareribs, etc.), dance and join in on the fun and network in a very comfortable atmosphere in one of the best beer gardens in Germany. If you want a table for your group, please arrive early enough to reserve your own table within our reserved area.
Everyone is invited. If you have friends that may be interested in joining us, please feel free to pass this email along.
Parking space is available, but you are encouraged to travel out there by S-Bahn S-7 to Isartalbahnhof (15 minute walk to the Waldwirtschaft) or by bicycle, which is the easiest and preferred way to get there. The Waldwirtschaft is situated very close to the Isar river. For more information about the Waldwirtschaft and its activities please take a look at their website, www.waldwirtschaft.de
Many thanks to the Family Krätz and to the Waldwirtschaft team for making this event possible.