Dinner at the Bistro!

I’ll be performing with some of The Topanga Canyon Band on the patio for dinner in Topanga.  We’ll be at The Canyon Bistro Restaurant on Sunday,  September 11 starting at 7pm until around 9pm.  Along with me and my guitar will be our talented cellist, Janet Crouch Shulman, who will be playing her beautiful instrument.  The songs will be mellow, the ambiance serene and the food delicious!  Hope those of you in the area can make it….it should be fun!

Playing at Hillbilly Hip in Topanga

Playing at Hillbilly Hip in Topanga

Last night, August 16, at Hillbilly Hip, the new little music venue near Rocco’s, we performed for a friendly crowd! Frank Harper with his great banjo and second guitar, and Scott King, terrific as ever on the bass, shared the stage…I sang some of my new Topanga album songs, plus some “ramblin’ songs from Tom Paxton, et al.  A good time was had by all!

We were invited to return and share more of our music….so we shall!!

 

2 Responses to “Dinner at the Bistro!”

  1. robin mclaughlin says:

    Susan,

    I just finished playing your cd to the next generation of McLaughlin’s. Shanoah’s little guy is 4 months old, named Oliver, and thinks your great! Hope you are well.

    Blessings, Robin

  2. Susan Lovell says:

    Robin! I already sent you a thank you…and now I know how you knew about theBistro…you went on my website!

    Thanks so much, dear person….see you soon!
    xxooSusan

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