San Francisco And the Hungry i
to the Hungry i nightclub and Enrico Banducci the founder, was an
idea whose time had come!
San Francisco Performing Arts Library and Museum, with curator for
the event Brad Rosenstein, did a
night was Tuesday, March 27th at 6:00 p.m. We arrived early, so we
had a few days to enjoy the
Trident restaurant in Sausalito was owned by The Kingston Trio and
was THE place to be in the 60s.
Restaurant nee´ The Trident Has Magnificent Views
Shane Signs A Menu For The Manager, And Poses With Mark Lomas With
The Beautiful Stone Fireplace Is One Of A Kind
Lomas started tridentrestaurant.com a
fun website about the Trident)
time, so Bob drove around a bit, looking at the houses he lived
in and visiting Rosotti's.
Inn, Formerly Rosotti's
was finally time for
the big event. This was why we all came to San Francisco. What
a great evening and
After enjoying the exhibit, we all went down two floors for the presentation. Eveyone there owed a debt to
Enrico Banducci, and got up to pay him tribute. Ronnie Schell, Mort Sahl, Orson Bean & Shelly Berman
had us in stitches, and many others not even known for comedy kept us laughing. Even the original house
band graced us with a couple of tunes. Bob & John said the Hungry i was the finest place they ever played.
Bob & John Pay Tribute ; Glen Yarbrough Too
The Trio's Bass Player Dean Reilly Was Part Of The House Band; Bob & John Loved It
Mort Sahl Looks Serious, But Was Really Funny; Shelly Berman Tickled Us No End
Ronnie Schell: "I Like The Way They Sing, They Like The Way I Do Their Shirts"
Our heartfelt congratulations to Brad Rosenstein and the SFPALM for putting on this event. Well done!
And now, unfortunately, the road beckons. Leaving beautiful San Francisco too soon, but we'll be back.