The gypsy jazz quartet, Tweed, will be performing the music of Django Reinhardt/Stephane Grappelli and French American swing standards this Saturday night, January 19, 8pm, at the Gulu-Gulu Café in Salem, MA. Tim Weed on violin, Jack Soref and Robert Saunders on acoustic guitars, with Matt Ambrose on upright bass.
The cafe serves a full menu of light main courses, crepes, dessert and cordials, beer and wine, and gourmet coffees.
The original Café Gulu-Gulu was owned and operated by a Frenchman named Frederic Lasne in Prague, Czech Republic between the years 1994—1999. The café was immensely popular for expatriates and locals alike. During the day one could sit, relax, enjoy an espresso, and read for hours on end. During the evening Gulu-Gulu was an eclectic and vibrant gathering place.
247 Essex St, Salem, MA 01970 | phone: 978-740-8882http://www.gulu-gulu.com/location.asp