A One Night Festival of dancing to traditional folk, bluegrass, old-school country, blues, gospel and more
Fri. Oct. 2 at 8pm
$10 adv./$10 door
McCoy Tyler Band: The McCoy Tyler Band is a progressive acoustic trio based in Santa Cruz, CA. Their music fuses elements of traditional folk, bluegrass, old-school country, blues, and more. Tyler's impactful songwriting and unique arrangements paired with the band's high-energy live set make them one of the most intriguing up and coming bands.
Frankie Boots & The County Line: Frankie Boots And The County Line are a folk rock/Americana band roaring out of the San Francisco Bay Area with a penchant for painting vivid images of late nights, lost love, and the grittier side of life. The County Line and their visceral sound sprung from a primordial soup of horns, pedal steel guitar, banjo, mandolin, keys, guitars, bass, and drums. Whether it be country, rock, blues, gospel, bluegrass, or any other true form of great American music, the band throws it all into the recipe for a dish that's always served hot.
The Painted Horses: “Their debut album Ponderosa Pines is full of the folk trademarks: gorgeous acoustic guitar lines, charming, weaving harmonies, and singalong melodies.” – The Bay Bridged . Denys Kozakis,and Natosha Wengreen, discovered their mutual love for songwriting and singing harmonies and started the project with musical partner Jon Payne on bass.
Artist sites and sounds: http://mccoytylerband.wix.com and http://frankiebootsmusic.com and www.thepaintedhorsesmusic.com