Alicia Bay Laurel, in concert

Yogini Alicia Bay Laurel, who lived on the Wheeler Ranch commune in the early '70s where she wrote Living on the Earth, will be giving two concerts in the Bay Area with Joe Dolce. The first is on 11/14 in...
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Yogini Alicia Bay Laurel, who lived on the Wheeler Ranch commune in the early '70s where she wrote Living on the Earth, will be giving two concerts in the Bay Area with Joe Dolce. The first is on 11/14 in...

Yogini Alicia Bay Laurel, who lived on the Wheeler Ranch commune in the early '70s where she wrote Living on the Earth, will be giving two concerts in the Bay Area with Joe Dolce. The first is on 11/14 in Sebastopol, the second is on 11/15 at the Community Music Center in San Francisco. Says KPFA: "Joe Dolce matches amazing cover versions, including 'The Wind Cries Mary,' with heralded originals, including the international hit 'Shaddap You Face' and 'My Home Ain’t in the Hall of Fame' and Alicia Bay Laurel is a poignant and humorous songwriter." For more information, visit www.aliciabaylaurel.com/concertswithjoedolce.

Alicia Bay Laurel also cowrote Being of the Sun: "The book’s central premise is each person can find his or her own to way to a dialogue with the Divine, without middlemen, hierarchy, or externally imposed rules of living, while borrowing practices from many traditions to enhance this dialogue." Check out the chapter on meditation and yoga.