Local singer/songwriter William Mylar first stepped on a stage to entertain fellow Sacramentans at the ripe age of 13. He just recently turned 60-years-young and is still doing the damn thing! We’re not too good at math, but that’s a really long time to be jammin’ out tunes for people to enjoy! He has performed all around the globe and has recorded for radio, television and on a number of albums. Mylar’s long-running weekly, unrehearsed, free-form jam sesh called Hippie Hour Fridays recently moved from Old Ironsides to Starlite Lounge. The shows are free for all ages, start at 5:30 p.m. every Friday and feature Mylar playing all sorts of different genres with a variety of frequent guests lending their musical talents here and there. Even after all these years and having performed with some of the biggest talents in the business, sharing his compositions all over the world, for Mylar the best part about his musical journey has been gigging right here in his hometown of Sacramento. “Whether I’m performing on the streets of Old Sacramento or in one of the many great venues we have,” Mylar wrote in a recent press release, “I can always find a place to play and sing my music. I look forward to performing for you all, as long as body and mind allow.” Check out Mylarville.com for all of Mylar’s upcoming show dates.

    Jonathan Carabba

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