Down Home Uptown 

Free outdoor concert for the new Down Home music store.

Good news in the gloomy world of record stores: The day after John Goddard sadly shutters his Village Music store in Mill Valley, El Cerrito's venerable repository of American and world roots recordings, Down Home Music celebrates its move into the former Hear Music store on Berkeley's upscale Fourth Street with a Sunday afternoon free outdoor music festival. The lineup performs across from the 1809 Fourth Street store, with bluegrass duo Laurie Lewis and Tom Rozum, folk-blues activist Barbara Dane, Cajun-blues team Eric & Suzy Thompson, Mexican band Los Cenzontles, Cajun-zydeco dance band Tri Tip Trio, and New Orleans R&B guitarist Johnny Harper. 12:30-5 p.m.. 510-525-2129.


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