Songwriter and former San Diego Padre Tim Flannery will carry out on the Stomach Up in Solana Seaside Sunday in his first native present because the launch of his new album.
The recording, “Ready on a Miracle,” is one thing that sadly, Flannery, 64, understands fully. He had a brush with demise in 2020 because of a staph an infection, sepsis, double-pneumonia and bladder failure. He was so unwell that employees at occasions put him in restraints because of delirium.
Medical doctors at Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas had advised his household – who couldn’t see him as a result of pandemic – to arrange for the worst.
He wanted a protracted restoration, however Flannery and his band, the Lunatic Fringe, returned to the music. Their Sunday present, at 8 p.m., celebrates the discharge of the file together with elevating funds for The Love Tougher Undertaking, an anti-violence charity based by Flannery.
The Leucadia resident has recorded greater than a dozen albums throughout a profession that for a very long time ran parallel along with his 11 years as a participant and 15 seasons as a coach in Main League Baseball.
A 3rd baseman for the Padres from 1979 to 1989, he additionally coached for the group from 1996 to 2002, and for the San Francisco Giants from 2007 to 2014 – the 2010, 2012 and 2014 Giants received the World Sequence.
Flannery’s band consists of guitarist, vocalist and producer Jeff Berkley, guitarist Doug Pettibone, bassist Shawn Rohlf, keyboardist Josh Weinstein and drummer Chris Grant. Flannery sings and performs acoustic guitar, whereas Rohlf provides mandolin, and banjo too. They final launched “The Mild” in 2019.
“Ready on a Miracle” has attracted reward from native singer-songwriter Steve Poltz.
“Wow, wow, wow, what a file!” Poltz stated. “The person has been spit out and tore up and mangled and wrangled and he’s nonetheless kickin!”
Doorways on the Stomach Up open at 7 p.m. Sunday. Tickets price $25 prematurely and $28 the day of the present.