Blame Sally On Mountain Stage With its collaborative take on folk, Americana, rock and country, Blame Sally features four of the Bay Area's most celebrated solo artists.
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Blame Sally On Mountain Stage

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Set List

  • "Big Big Bed"
  • "Bird in Hand"
  • "Never Going Back"
  • "Jump Start"
  • "Pajaros Sin Alas"

Blame Sally's Pam Delgado, Renee Harcourt, Jeri Jones and Monica Pasqual are some of the San Francisco Bay Area's most celebrated solo artists. After coming together in 2000 following a series of informal jam sessions, they quickly earned a local following based on their collaborative approach to folk, Americana, rock and country, prompting the four put their solo careers on hold to make a live album. In 2009, Blame Sally signed with a Berkeley-based indie label.

This is Blame Sally's first appearance on Mountain Stage. The quartet plays songs from its 2011 release, Speeding Ticket and a Valentine, and works in a delicate, crowd-pleasing cover of the Lindsey Buckingham-penned Fleetwood Mac guitar opus "Never Going Back."

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