If jazz is your thing, check out Yoshi’s on Saturday, Feb. 14
and enjoy the jazz stylings of The Tony Williams Project. Jack
DeJohnette on drums, John Scofield on guitars and Larry Goldings on
the Hammond B3 and piano have been assembled by DeJohnette for this
exclusive North American appearance to pay homage to the legendary
drummer Tony Williams. There are two shows at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m.
Cost: $26. Go to the Yoshi’s web site for more information:
Looking for a more intimate jazz setting? The Savannah Jazz Club
in San Francisco offers a cozy setting and is featuring Bay Area
renowned jazz vocalist Sharman Duran on Valentine’s Day. The cover
charge is $7. The best thing about the Savannah Jazz Club, besides
the live entertainment, is their superb and inexpensive cuisine.
You and your special Valentine can have dinner and dessert for
approximately $60 (includes $7 cover charge per person). The
Savannah Jazz Club is located at 2937 Mission Street in San
Francisco. For more information, call (415) 285-3369.
In Berkeley, join Love Fest 2004 as Aya de Leon hosts her 9th
Annual Valentines Day celebration in spoken word & music.
Guests include Meliza Ba�ales, Shawn Taylor, James Kass,
Corina Peila, and Kim Cook. Vocals by No�ameko & Elaine
Chao. There are two shows at 7 p.m. and 9:30 pm. Tickets are $10 in
advance $12 at the door. For more information, visit
For the single Mills woman, who says you need a date to enjoy
Valentine’s Day? Aya de Leon is also hosting Aya’s The Beloved
Self: A self-love Workshop and Mass Self-Marriage Extravaganza. Why
not make a promise to love, honor and cherish yourself on this day
of romance? Aya de Leon did it in 1996. This show promises to be
‘joyful, quirky, campy and spiritual’ so indulge yourself and start
the best relationship of your life, with you. For more information