Jimbo Scott + Susan Zelinsky house concert in San Rafael

By Inside Lands House Concerts (other events)

Sunday, April 7 2019 4:00 PM 6:30 PM

Join us for an intimate acoustic house concert featuring Jimbo Scott (Poor Man's Whiskey) and Susan Zelinsky (Wine, Women & Song).

This will be our first Inside Lands house concert at the beautiful house of Victoria and Alan McElroy. It's the ideal setting for listening audiences to experience an unplugged show.

Seating is limited to only 45 guests, though, so be sure to reserve your seats now with an advance donation here at Ticketleap

If you prefer to make a cash donation in the tip jar at the show, please RSVP by email to drew at Note: Victoria and Alan's home is located on Adrian Way in Santa Venetia, CA (just north of San Rafael). Their address will be provided after RSVP or Ticketleap purchase. 

Drew Pearce


Jimbo Scott is a songwriter who was born in Memphis, Tennessee, and raised in Oakland, California. Steeped in traditions of folk, roots, country, bluegrass and rock, Jimbo is most well known for his rich voice.  In his most recent releases, “The Parklands” and “Good and Kind”, Jimbo focuses on sharing his perspectives on relationships with nature and community. His keen sense of introspection makes his songs both revealing and resonant. In 2018, Jimbo has joined the ranks of Poor Man’s Whiskey, a longstanding fixture of the Northern California music scene.  He also continues to perform throughout the Bay Area and Northern California as a solo act, with his full band, and his project with Grover Anderson, called Freight.

Susan Zelinsky is a singer/songwriter/actress who is well-known in Marin music circles as the producer of the annual Wine, Women & Song benefit events. She's also recorded two CDs of original songs: Believe and Cautionary Tales, and traveled to Paris a few years back to record one of her original tunes, "Goodbye," for the album Electro Magnetic Love Reaction. Musical theater fans of Marin may know Susan best from her leading roles in many Mountain Play productions, including Hairspray, Hair, Mama Mia, Music Man, West Side Story, My Fair Lady, Guys and Dolls, and A Funny Thing Happened...