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Seva… In San Francisco

November 2nd, 2013 Jorma Leave a comment Go to comments
Wavy opens the show

Wavy opens the show

Barry and Jack and I were at a Seva dinner. The gentleman to the left of Barry asked, ‘What do you do?’ ‘Play mandolin,’ Barry said. ‘You?’ It turned out the Steven Jones was part of the team that eradicated smallpox. Hmmm… play music? Not bad. Save millions of lives? Easy question.

Seva is the real deal… and all the active participants are angels. Check it out.

Jorma and Peter Coyote chew the fat

Jorma and Peter Coyote chew the fat

I got a chance to chat with Peter Coyote before the festivities started. What a guy!

Jack, Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Jorma

Jack, Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Jorma

Good times with old friends!

Before the evening was done… The Blind Boys Of Alabama took the stage.

Rock the house fellas

Rock the house fellas

What a night!

Tonight, we’re all at the Fillmore playing for Seva!

Really good times!

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  1. carlo pagliano
    November 2nd, 2013 at 14:55 | #1

    Rock Them All To The Sky Jorma!

  2. John B
    November 2nd, 2013 at 16:16 | #2

    You were all dressed out for the dinner Jorma.Youwere looking sharp in your brown jacket and glasses. How to describe the look on your face as you listen to Peter Cayote?

  3. John B
    November 2nd, 2013 at 16:19 | #3

    It’s got to be the jet lag catching up with you Jorma.

  4. Nick L. Eakins
    November 2nd, 2013 at 16:23 | #4

    Eleven hours in airliner seating must have been a trial. I just got back from San Francisco to Iowa Tuesday and the ninety minute flights about did me in.

  5. johno
    November 2nd, 2013 at 18:26 | #5

    @John B
    That look to me is “boring”. It seems like he’s chewing Jorma’s ear off. Jorma you are one “sharp dressed man”. I’m going to see ZZ Top next week.

  6. jim hitchcock
    November 3rd, 2013 at 17:03 | #6

    Peter Coyote gives Jorma his keys. Jorma goes ‘huh?’.

    /worst ET reference ever

  7. Ray Gallo
    November 3rd, 2013 at 17:43 | #7

    Loved the Seva show at The Fillmore Sat night. You guys always sound even better than the last time. If your ever in Japantown in the future and are in the mood for Thai food, please come to our restaurant. Its Jitlada Thai Cuisine on Buchanan st. You can almost see it from your Japantown photos. My wife who is from Thailand loves Hot Tuna also and would really be thrilled to cook for you someday. Again great great show at The Fillmore. Thanks

  8. November 4th, 2013 at 14:45 | #8

    Nice…Is that Bob Weir holding “rabbit ear fingers” over Jack and Jorma’s head? I hope Mickey didn’t ask you to “pull my finger”. Can’t wait for this Saturday’s show at FPR.

  9. John B
    November 4th, 2013 at 20:19 | #9

    Will we get a Hamar Promenade in New York Jorma?

  10. Barbara Jacobs
    November 4th, 2013 at 22:23 | #10

    Bobby Weir is the original “photo bomber”:
    The night before the Seva Woodstock reunion benefit 1994 concert on Knob Hill,
    we were at a Ben&Jerry’s shop, doing a charity scoop event.
    My friends from the BBC were in town to cover the concert, so I invited them to the Ben&Jerry’s scoop event.

    As they took a photo of me in front of the ice-cream counter, Bobby leaned-in, while scooping behind the counter and “photo-bombed” me.
    I have the photo as evidence. We didn’t refer to it as “photo-bombing” back in those days.
    It was just:” Why is Bob Weir leaning-into the photo, making that funny face?”

    Ah, those were the good old days.

  11. jim hitchcock
    November 5th, 2013 at 02:22 | #11

    Nearly getting electrocuted at Woodstock, maybe :) ?

  12. Barbara Jacobs
    November 5th, 2013 at 18:21 | #12

    I don’t know about that, jim.
    Actually being at Woodstock was kind of fun for me but I was only 10.
    When I left I was 11.

    Playing music at Woodstock presented some real, adult challenges.

    @jim hitchcock