San Francisco German Band 1

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San Francisco German Band 1

The leader of this San Francisco German Band came early to polka and stayed late. She has played in Polkacide, Thee Hellhounds and the Stir-ups. Her French music trio plays frequently in San Francisco. She is passionate about the accordion. She hopes that you are too.

She began planing in the honky tonks of Central Texas, eventually finding her way to San Francisco, where she currently resides. She play a lot in the midwest and goes there whenever she can. She especially likes the food in Milwaukee. Also the people. They're really nice.

San Francisco German Band CD

When this San Francisco German Band recorded their first CD as a one-time-only project, it turned out to be so much fun making the first record that they decided to keep the band going. They adopted the album title as their name and the rest is history. They play polkas of the world in a style unlike anyone else's. The band members, between the six of them, have played german music, blues, jazz, C&W, rock, and just about any other style you can think of. This San Francisco German Band bring a little bit of all this diverse music to the polka table.

You can also hire dancers to perform traditional German folk dances and teach your guests how to polka and waltz (see picture below).

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Country United States
City San Francisco
State/Province California
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One response to “San Francisco German Band 1”

  1. Patricia Ris says:

    The accordionist of this band is an amazingly engaging woman who plays great music, walks around and smiles a lot. This is exactly what we needed at our event and our residents were very happy with her presence. She talked with our resident accordionist, Gus, and he played for us on her accordion. She later told me he’s an amazing player himself. More then music, human contact is the best reward for a great performance. – Patricia Ris, Monarch Village San Francisco

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