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Bob & Wendy do PoP!

Bob and Wendy at Pop! When asked to describe her songwriting Wendy Liepman states, "Every song contains a grain of truth, although some of the names and stories have been changed to protect the innocent." Wendy wrote her first song "Endless Highway" at the age of ten, and continues to play her mother's 1944 Martin guitar. She grew up to the sound of 60's folk music; The Weavers, Kingston Trio, and later Joni Mitchell, Neil Young and the Beatles. Current influences include Buddy and Julie Miller, Sam Phillips, and Aimee Mann.

After starting out on cello, Bob discovered a 1921 Gibson mandocello and joined an L.A. rock band. He became a founding member of the Venice Canaligators with Clyde "Hook" McGuire and made annual pilgrimages to New Orleans to play Mardi Gras. He is principal cellist for the San Luis Chamber Orchestra and a member of Cello Bossa in addition to recording cello and mandocello for local musicians.

Bob and Wendy will delight your ears. Puffers is the place!

Earlier Event: November 23
Later Event: November 29
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