Freight & Salvage

Schultz, Barbara
May 2010
Mix;May2010, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p30
The article discusses the renovation of The Freight & Salvage Cofeehouse in Berkeley, California. It emphasizes that the performance venue has been showcasing multicultural roots music since 1968 and depends on devoted patrons and generous partners like Meyer Sound, which brings in performers including Ralph Stanley, Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill. It also notes that the renovation took nearly 10 years of planning and redesigning.


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