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Peter Feldmann and The Very Lonesome Boys

When: Saturday, May 1, 2010, 8 p.m.

Where: Santa Ynez Valley Grange Hall, 22374 Alamo Pintado Rd., Los Olivos, CA

Cost: $12

Age limit: All ages

Categories: Bluegrass

Description:

Bluegrass at the Grange
Peter Feldmann & The Very Lonesome Boys

Saturday, May 1st, at 8:00 PM. The S.Y. Valley Grange Hall,
2374 Alamo Pintado Avenue, Los Olivos CA
Tickets: $12.00, at The Book Loft, Solvang,
at our website: www.BlueGrassWest.com,
and at the doors, which open at 7:30 PM.

The program, which begins at 8:00 PM, will feature bluegrass standards, songs of the West, and a number of songs from their latest CD, "Home On The Grange" (Hen Cackle Records). Advance tickets, priced at $12.00, are available on-line at BlueGrassWest.com and at The Book Loft, Solvang. If available, tickets will be sold at the door beginning at 7:30 PM. Call (805) 688-9894 for further information.

A singer and multi-instrumentalist with many years' performing experience throughout California and the West, Peter Feldmann has been presenting bluegrass, folk, string band, and related musics since the early 1960's, and is known as the founder of the Santa Barbara Old Time Fiddler's Convention, and the original Bluebird Cafe in Santa Barbara, a music club highly influential on the Southern California Music scene. Peter is the recipient of the 2008 "Music Legend" award from the Topanga Banjo/Fiddle Association.

The five-piece Very Lonesome Boys band includes bassist Tom Lee, veteran of the Cache Valley Drifters and The Bluegrass Cardinals, Mike Nadolson, head of Tricopolis Records in Orange County plays Martin flat-top guitar. The banjo duties are ably handled by record producer David West (Play Ball Productions), known also for his song writing and engineering skills, while Tommy Marton, a leading exponent of Texas contest style fiddling as well as bluegrass music, will preside on fiddle. The band presents a stimulating mixture of bluegrass standards and re-visitations of earlier country music from the 1920s and 30s.

Phone: 805-688-9894

Event posted April 22, 2010
Last updated April 22, 2010

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