• A section of the bowsprint and figurehead on the bow of BALCLUTHA.

    San Francisco Maritime

    National Historical Park California

Pacific NW Duo SHANGHAIED ON THE WILLAMETTE to Perform Sea Music Concert Aboard Historic Sailing Ship

Two men singing.
Shanghaied on the Willamette
Shanghaied on the Willamette

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News Release Date: October 3, 2012
Contact: John Cunnane, 415-561-7049

What: A concert of traditional and contemporary seafaring songs, performed by outstanding Pacific Northwest duo "Shanghaied on the Willamette."

When: Saturday, October 20, 2012, 8:00pm - 10:00pm

Where: Aboard the historic ship Balclutha, berthed at Hyde Street Pier on San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf.

Cost: $14 general, $12 members. Tickets and information: 415-561-6662, ext. 16, or events@maritime.org.

Website with photo: http://www.nps.gov/safr/planyourvisit/seamusicconcerts2012.htm or www.shanghaied.biz/press_&_promo.htm

The lively duo of Jonathan Lay and Gordy Euler perform songs and tunes "plundered from land and sea,' including Celtic, English, and old-time American music. Their powerful and supple voices do justice to a gentle ballad or a rough-and-tumble sea chantey. "You won't have to be shanghaied into enjoying Euler and Lay's music…Let's hear more from them." - Sing Out! Magazine.

San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park is located at the west end of Fisherman's Wharf, in San Francisco. The park includes a magnificent fleet of historic ships, visitor center, Aquatic Park Historic District, and library. For more information about the park, or its public programs, please call 415-447-5000 or visit the park's website at http://www.nps.gov/safr.


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Did You Know?

The Balclutha, a sailing ship, built in 1886, now resides at Hyde Street Pier.

The resources of San Francisco Maritime NHP include five National Historic Landmark vessels. 1886 square-rigger Balclutha, 1890 steam ferryboat Eureka, 1891 scow schooner Alma, 1895 schooner C.A. Thayer, and 1907 steam tug Hercules. More...