Mill Valley Music owner Gary Scheuenstuhl never lets an anniversary for his fabled Miller Avenue record shop go by without gathering his stable of musician friends for a raucous concert to celebrate the occasion.

That tradition continues on Feb. 18, when Scheuenstuhl and the Mill Valley Music All-Stars celebrate Mill Valley Music’s 9th anniversary with a Throckmorton Theatre performance of The Band‘s The Last Waltz, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers’ milestone final concert in 1976 at the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco. The show was immortalized by director Martin Scorsese in the documentary of the same name.

The All-Stars include Scheuenstuhl on drums along with local stalwarts Austin DeLone, Cole Tate, Jesse Lee Kincaid, Don Zimmer and Neal McDonald. Scheuenstuhl’s band The Marinfidels will open the show, and he’s promising additional special guests.

“Join us for this epic live music show with incredible musicians, killer jams and the best company,” Scheuenstuhl says.

The 411: Mill Valley Music celebrates its 9th anniversary with a Mill Valley Music All-Stars tribute to the Band’s The Last Waltz. The show is at the Throckmorton Theatre, 142 Throckmorton Avenue. Doors open at 7pm, show is at 8pm. MORE INFO & TIX.


Photograph of The Last Waltz, The Band with Bob Dylan and other guests performing I Shall Be Released. seated behind instruments: Garth Hudson (organ), Ringo Starr (drums), Levon Helm (drums) standing: Dr. John, Neil Diamond, Joni Mitchell (hidden), Neil Young, Rick Danko (Bass), Van Morrison, Bob Dylan (guitar), Ronnie Hawkins, Robbie Robertson (guitar) not shown: Richard Manuel, Eric Clapton, Ron Wood. Photo by David fans via Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic license.

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