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5:30pm to 9:00pm

Thursday-Saturday
5:30pm to 10:00pm

Sunday
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Yoshi's Oakland
510 Embarcadero West
Jack London Square
Oakland, CA 94607
Phone: 510.238.9200


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Mimi Fox and Bill Douglass Duo

February 22, 2012


a collaboration between guitarist Mimi Fox and bassist / flutist Bill Douglass

Wed, Feb 22
8pm $16


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An intimate evening of song with two very sympathetic musicians. Guitarist Mimi Fox and bassist and flutist Bill Douglass have played together for over 30 years with artists as diverse as Joey DeFrancesco and Marian McPartland.

Internationally renowned guitarist/composer/recording artist Mimi Fox has been named a winner in 6 consecutive Downbeat Magazine international critic's polls and has been recognized by writers and colleagues alike as one of the most eloquent guitarists on today's scene. In one of many feature stories, Guitar Player Magazine hailed Mimi as "a prodigious talent who has not only mastered the traditional forms but has managed to reinvigorate them."

Mimi has performed/recorded with some of the music world's most commanding players, including fellow guitarists Charlie Byrd, Stanley Jordan, Charlie Hunter, and Mundell Lowe, Grammy-nominated saxophonists Branford Marsalis, David Sanchez and Houston Person, and the late Don Lanphere, vocalists Abbey Lincoln, Diana Krall, Kevin Mahogany and Janis Siegel (Manhattan Transfer), B3 organ masters Joey DeFrancesco, Barbara Denerlein and Dr. Lonnie Smith, and powerhouse drummer Terri Lyne Carrington. She has also performed with legends Stevie Wonder and John Sebastian and with Patty Larkin's Vanguard Records-produced La Guitara project.
Mimi's website

Bill Douglass has been performing music in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1965. His work on Double Bass and Bamboo Flute can be heard in concert, on CD's, on television, video and film.
Bill's website