Friday, March 6, 2020 – 7:30pm
Saturday, March 7, 2020 – 7:30pm
Brother Yusef has been described as a master solo guitarist, as well as a uniquely passionate vocalist. His performances are as raw, honest and real as the genre has ever aspired to be. Honed over thirty years, he calls his multifaceted style, fattback blues for it’s a rich mix of Delta, Chicago and Texas blues alongside a hard driving Louisiana stomp. Fattback Blues combines “traditional” fingerpicking and slide guitar playing with the contemporary feel of urban blues, rock and funk. He uses his right hand thumb to beat out a percussive bass-line and shuffle, while the index finger plays rhythm and lead lines, creating a full band sound with a solo guitar.
Menu: Southwest Salad, Chicken Enchiladas, Chava Rice
Studio Cabaret Series
Relax in the intimate setting of the Nakano Theatre at a four-seat cocktail table and enjoy a delicious dinner provided by Red Car Brewery. Don’t forget to save room for some of the amazing goodies from Torrance Bakery available at intermission.
Doors open at 6:30 pm
Curtain at 7:30 pm
Reserved tables are available to season subscribers by contacting the Foundation office. All other seats are General Admission.