Thursday, September 23, 2021 • Roots powerhouse duo The Small Glories are Cara Luft (The Wailin’ Jennys); JD Edwards, a musical tour-de- force partnership planted on the Canadian Prairies.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, Jim Kweskin & Meredith Axelrod on September 19th, 2019, has been cancelled. There is no reschedule date at this time.
The legacy of Johnny Cash lives on with the help of singer-guitarist Danny Millsap and the Hennessy Three—together forming The Only Johnny Cash Tribute Band. Millsap credits a 1990 Cash concert in Fresno as a formative moment, sparking a lifelong goal to keep the music and mystery of The Man in Black alive. With his Cash tribute, he’s performed all over Northern California and the Central Valley, Oregon and Arizona, breathing new life into the legendary ballads of the somber singer-songwriter. “In 1990 I had the great pleasure of seeing Johnny Cash live in Concert in Fresno, California. I have always been a fan of his style of country music and the mystery he brought to the stage, and after seeing him in concert I was hooked. On September 12, 2003, Johnny passed and we lost a true Legend. God bless you, Johnny Cash.” – Danny Millsap “I formed TheRead More
Saturday, March 20th, 2022 • Presenting the 25th Anniversary concert of “On A Winter’s Night.” Folk and Americana artists Cliff Eberhardt, John Gorka, Patty Larkin, Christine Lavin, and Cheryl Wheeler showcase music of the the classic CD.
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.
Bedouine, a gallicized riff on bedouin, the nomad, the wanderer. Anyone can assume such a name, but Azniv Korkejian has an experience of what it means, the type of ground it covers. “Moving around so much caused me at some point to feel displaced, to not really belong anywhere and I thought that was a good title.” Her development was shaped by political landscapes and family opportunities, her adult life patterned by paths of her own. Born in Aleppo, Syria to Armenian parents, Korkejian spent her childhood in Saudi Arabia, moving to America when her family won a Green Card lottery. They settled in Boston, then Houston, but she split for L.A. as soon as she could. A casual offer to stay on a horse farm took her to the rolling hills of Lexington, Kentucky, followed by a year in Austin, and a trip east to Savannah for a degreeRead More