Tyler Rich

California-born country singer and songwriter with a knack for full-bodied songs about love. Opening: Temecula Road, named one of Radio Disney’s NEXT BIG THING artists.

Suzy Bogguss

Grammy award-winning and Platinum selling artist Suzy Bogguss is one to chase the muse wherever it may lead. She has covered Country, Swing, Jazz, Folk, Americana and Roots music with style and grace. Rescheduled from November 2020 to May 2021.

From The Center: Farrow and the Peach Leaves

Farrow and the Peach Leaves Farrow and the Peach Leaves runs the country spectrum, from smoky honky tonks and strung-out drug runs to the particular California country grief only found in Nevada County. New Release “Honeyslides” has driving, locomotive rhythm, soaring guitars, and back-porch style harmonies. Website | Facebook       Broadcasting Live Music From The Center.  This summer, on select Friday nights, The Center for the Arts invites you to tune in from home to enjoy live streaming shows. These special broadcasts will be available online at thecenterforthearts.org. We remain committed to serving our community through this pandemic. * Making the arts accessible to all, include our community’s most vulnerable * Creating opportunities for local artists to perform and earn income * Celebrating our new state-of-the art performance venue Support this series by making a donation today. Take Me to the Broadcast   Add event to calendar Apple   Google   Office 365   Outlook   Outlook.com   YahooRead More

Mile Twelve Bluegrass

Although their sound is rooted in traditional bluegrass, Mile Twelve surveys a broader landscape on their newest album, City on a Hill. All five band members bring their own influences and observations into the music, resulting in a project that feels contemporary, thoughtfully crafted, and relevant.

Del McCoury Band

McCoury’s sixth decade in a half-century of bluegrass bliss brings new triumphs, new collaborations, and new music. With two grammys, Grand Ole Opry membership, and “DelFest” his namesake music festival, Del McCoury considers himself traditional at heart and does what comes naturally. Lucky for us, he likes to sing and play music.