A Drop in the Buckets: The Story of the Gypsy Sally’s Jam [VIDEO PREMIERE]

By Will Urquhart / December 16, 2019

The bittersweet moments continue to roll in at Gypsy Sally's in the run-up to its closing, and this week we are saying goodbye to Gordon Sterling Presents: The Gypsysally's Jam on Tuesday night. For just over two years now, Gypsy Sally's has been host to this unique open jam. We recently sat down with Gordon Sterling, Neel Singh, Natalie Brooke, Sandi Redman, and Todd Lapham to talk about what this jam has meant to them, and what this venue has meant to the jam.

Tonight at 8:00 pm, you can tune in to a video premiere on our Facebook page to watch a special program we've put together called A Drop in the Buckets: The Story of the Gypsy Sally's Jam. This video is just a small segment of a larger project we are working on documenting the Gypsy Sally's years. After the Facebook premiere it will be available in 4k on our YouTube channel.

The last jam, on Tuesday, December 17, will be a special one and we hope to see a lot of our readers there! It will also serve as a holiday coat drive to help the needy, so please bring what you can contribute. As usual we will be streaming that Gypsy Sally's Jam live, so if you cannot join us in analog at Gypsy Sally's tomorrow, please join us digitally on the webcast.

The video premiere will go live at 8:00 pm Eastern.

About the author

Will Urquhart

Will Urquhart is a television and radio producer, concert taper, and audiovisual expert. His focus is on webcast production and projection visuals for political organizations and bands. Will's work has been featured in various publications such as NPR, Live For Live Music, Live Music Daily, and many more.