WELCOME TO San Francisco!
Open to both members and non-members
Here you will find up to date information about what's going on in the WCS San Francisco Chapter. It's easy to find who to contact, where to go and when it's all happening! If you need to reach us, please email the San Francisco Managers.
Day/Time: Second Wednesday of each month Please Check Calendar
Songwriters are invited to join our monthly San Francisco WIP “Works In Progress” ZOOM meeting. Play your song live (on Zoom), or via MP3, in a casual, supportive environment and receive honest, thoughtful feedback from our talented, local songwriting community.
Each session will accommodate up to 8 participants and you must pre-register for the ZOOM call by emailing the WCS SF Manager, Gerald Mullarkey, the day before, at: email@example.com
Include your name, email, WCS membership # or status, and a copy of your song lyrics. The Zoom call will start at 6:45pm for check in, mingling (virtually of course), and preparation for the song start at 7:00PM. You will be provided the ZOOM link via email and please sign into the call early and you will be quickly admitted.
Members have sign up priority, please make sure that you membership is current (Smartphone photo of card is OK)
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San Francisco Manager
Living in San Francisco for the last couple of decades, Gerald Mullarkey found a warm, passionate, and brilliant musical community, through West Coast Songwriters, and his wish is to provide a space for that community to create, collaborate and thrive.
A native New Yorker, Gerald has loved music and the creative songwriting process since his early school bands. He briefly tasted success with a call back at CBGB‘s (that immediately lead to the band’s break up) and has dreamed of someday writing a song that would bring peace to the world (a la Bill & Ted's Wyld Stallyns)!
He is immensely grateful for the guidance and support of those who have helped restart the San Francisco chapter, especially Josh and Rozanne at the Bazaar Café, and he looks forward to meeting more great songwriters.