Buffy Ford Stewart
It's all about Love!
Buffy Ford Stewart with the John Stewart Band, Mary Pitchford, Craig Caffall, Henry Diltz and Rushad Eggleston, plus Special Guests.
$25 General Admission
142 Throckmorton Ave,
$28 General Admission Day of Show
$40.00 Reserved Seating
Her name is Buffy Ford-Stewart. He called her Angel Rain. For John Stewart, who died in San Diego in 2008, she was the muse for one of the great American singer-songwriters of the last 50 years. Without her, he may never have written the body of work ranging from "Daydream Believer," "Mother Country," and "California Bloodlines" to the latter day "Jasmine." As one of the founders of Americana music, she inspired John's lyrical, authentic, poetic, and visionary body of work. She was his all-time woman, the one who believed in him, the keeper of the flame lit by the treasury of songs authored by poet, artist, writer, dreamer, storyteller, and magic man.
Today, she follows a road of her own, a highway she once traveled with John. But, she does not walk it alone. A legion of John Stewart fans or Bloodliners, her close friends and family walk with her. And, as always, John's spirit is just a dream away. He came to her in a flock of birds in the days following his passing. He still speaks through her in stories and in the very timbre of her voice. She is a cancer survivor who has walked the borderline between life and death. She is still a daydream believer, still a homecoming queen, still the girl swept away by the lonesome troubadour of her youth.