Greenwich Village in the 1960s was home to the American folk music renaissance. “It cost $5 to get in to the Bitter End Café and Café Wha? and the Gymnasium if you didn’t plan on playing or singing on stage,” Bruno Giet recalls1. It was in the cafés where he met Guy Duris and Farshid Golesorkhi, two other struggling musicians looking for something to happen. Things were happening. Their contemporaries: Richie Havens, Buffy Sainte-Marie, John Philips and Holly Gilliam, and Bob Dylan to name a few.