Pianos in the park in Glen Ellen

<b>The Jack London Piano Club’s</b> first concert in a series of piano recitals will be held on Saturday, Feb. 22, at 2 p.m. in the <b>Jack London State Historic Park</b>. The benefit for the park will feature a world premiere of a new composition, “Jack’s Ode to Charmian,” with lyrics from the 1905 love letters Jack London wrote to his future wife Charmian Kittridge. The music for this new composition is by <b>Jud Goodrich</b>, founder of the Jack London Piano Club. Guest vocalist <b>Dr. Ralph Hoyal</b> will sing the new song, and will be accompanied by Goodrich playing Charmian’s grand piano. This will set the seasonal theme for this Piano Club concert celebrating both Valentine’s Day and Presidents Day holidays. Club member pianists performing include <b>John Dinwiddie, Jud Goodrich, Deborah Knapp, Larisa Migachyov, Zina Milyavsky, Esfir Ross</b> and <b>Jim Wittes</b>. Tickets can be purchased in advance at the museum at the park, online at jacklondonpark.com or at the park the day of the event, if available.

There will be a wake for the legendary folk singer <b>Pete Seeger</b> at <b>Murphy’s Irish Pub</b> on Sunday, Feb. 23, kicking off at 2 p.m. Some of the featured performers will be <b>David Aguilar, Dave Hamilton, Dick and Carol Holdstock, Steve Kahn, David Maloney, Barry “the fish” Melton, Bruce Barthol, Hugh Shacklett</b> and <b>Solid Air</b>. Folks are invited to come and sing along to some of the songs that Seeger wrote over the years. Tonight, Feb. 21, it’s the<b> Mosey Boys</b>, featuring <b>Adam Traum, David Thom and Jack Hines</b>. Showtime is 8 p.m.

If you miss the<b> Mosey Boys</b> tonight, you can catch them at the <b>Sonoma County Library</b> in Sonoma on Saturday, Feb. 22, at 1 p.m.

<b>The Sonoma Valley Woman’s Club</b> presents <b>Stott Hamilton and the Larry Vuckovich Quartet </b>tonight, Feb. 21, at 7:30 p.m. For tickets and more info, call 373-0700.

<b>The Annex Wine Bar</b> has <b>Vitamin Girl </b>tonight, Feb. 21, kicking off at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22, it’s <b>Wildflower Weed</b> playing “Hippie Mountain Music” also for a 7:30 p.m. show. There is no cover either night.

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