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Americana Music Heritage in City Heights’ Black Cat

Old-Time Rock Music

The History in American Music Runs Deep at The Black Cat Bar

In City Heights at The Black Cat bar with club proprietor Matthew Parker and his father Linton, holding the 1962 slide guitar once owned by Matt's grandfather.

In City Heights at The Black Cat bar with club proprietor Matthew Parker and his father Linton, holding the 1962 slide guitar once owned by Matt’s grandfather.

Matt Parker on stage last weekend at The Black Cat with Trailduster, Matthew Strachota's Americana-style band. The two of them were members of Bartender's Bible and had not played together in two and a half years before this set.

Matt Parker on stage last weekend at The Black Cat with Trailduster, Matthew Strachota’s Americana-style band. The two of them were members of Bartender’s Bible and had not played together in two and a half years before this set.

The Black Cat Bat is on University Avenue in City Heights, west of Fairmont Avenue and north of the freeway 15 offramp. If you have not driven by there yet it's in a historic 1920's building that was originally the site of San Diego's second Bank of America. This shot is of the neon sign in the window, from inside and over the stage in between bands.

The Black Cat Bat is on University Avenue in City Heights, west of Fairmont Avenue and north of the freeway 15 offramp. If you have not driven by there yet it’s in a historic 1920’s building that was originally the site of San Diego’s second Bank of America. This shot is of the neon sign in the window, from inside and over the stage in between bands.

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