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Jackie Bristow and Mark Punch return to the Henry Miller Library!

Fun fact: the distance from Big Sur to New Zealand is 6,668 miles. That's farther than Moscow (5,954 miles) but closer than, say, Capetown, South Africa (10,169.)

The point is that New Zealand is — as we say on Long Island — a schlep, and if anyone from that fair, far-off land performed at the Henry Miller Library, we'd be thrilled.

But Jackie Bristow—the acclaimed singer-songwriter who has opened for Bonnie Raitt, Joe Ely (!), Art Garfunkel, Daniel Lanois, and Jimmy Webb (!!!)—isn't just any other performer.

Bristow has opened for international stars Bonnie Raitt, Tommy Emmanuel, Marc Cohn, John Oates, John Waite, Bettye Lavette, B.J. Thomas, Joe Ely, Marcia Ball, Charlie Robison, Rick Springfield,

Bob Schneider, Jimmy Lafave, Euge Groove, Ruthie Foster, Art Garfunkel, Willy Porter, Herbert Gronemeyer, Madeline Peryoux, Phoebe Snow, Daniel Lanois, Jimmy Webb, Paul Williams and Howard Jones.

Jackie's songs are featured in New Zealand and Australian film and television shows: Go Girls, Nothing Trivial, The Secret Life Of Us, Blue Rose, Home And Away, Outrageous Fortune, Shortland Street, and Go Big.

Her song, 'This is Australia' won Tourism Australia song competition and was featured in a worldwide promotional campaign.

"Jackie Bristow, one of those "oughta' be more famous" artists, with an uncommon command of her craft and art.” - Santa Barbara New Press.

Beer and wine will be available.


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