Here's where The MacMammals can be "herd:"


Nov 16th, 2019

The Living Tradition Concert Series

Anaheim Downtown Community Center

250 E. Center St.

Anaheim, CA

Admission: $18 (advance)

$20 (Day of Show


Feb 9, 2020

2:00 PM

The Coffee Gallery


2029 Lake Ave

Altadena, CA

Admission: $20


April 4, 2020

7 PM

Portfolio Coffee

2800 E. 4th St.

Long Beach, CA

Admission: Free


May 18, 2020

7:30 PM

Skipton Folk Club

The Narrowboat Pub

Skipton, UK


June 4, 2020

7:00 PM


Bogart's Coffee

905 Ocean Blvd.

Seal Beach, CA

(562) 431-2226


Sept. 12, 2020

7:30 PM

Camarillo Cafe

Concert Series

Community Center

1605 Burnley St.

Camarillo, CA

$25 Donation

The Macs are making an encore appearance at The Living Tradition concert series. We will present new songs that will appear on our upcoming second CD, "Kernevin." Also appearing will be Canadian/American duo Dan Frechette and Laurel Thomsen.

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How about a Sunday afternoon matinee with dinner out in Old Town Pasadena with The MacMammals? We'll be sharing the afternoon with our good friends, "Gemini," (aka Renata Decher, Bruce Farwell, and Jim St. Ours.) If you've never been to The Coffee Gallery Backstage, it is a real treat. It is an intimate 50 seat showroom in the rear of a coffee house. Lots of fun awaits. The Macs will be presenting songs featured on their new CD, "Kernevin."

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We'll be holding our premier performance at Portfolio's this evening. Come on down and enjoy some healthy food, beverage, and pleasant music. this will be our first show in Long Beach ever!

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We are happy to have been asked back to perform at The Skipton Folk Club at The Narrowboat Pub in Skipton, UK. Come on out and sing along! The Narrowboat is located at Victoria St, Skipton BD23 1JE, United Kingdom. Phone: +44 1756 797922. They feature "Hearty grub and 8 real ale pumps in a lively boozer, plus unique mural of the local canal upstairs." 

This will be our premier performance in Seal Beach! We'll be sure to give it our all. Come on out for a drink and a listen.


We'll be sharing the stage with The Fire Scottish Band. David Brewer, the band's piper, contributed a pipes track to our original song, The Piper, on our new CD, Kernevin. Do you think we can persuade David to perform it with us live?

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