From: Peter Feldmann
Post Office Box 614
Los Olivos, California 93441
(805) 688 9894
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 17, 2007
What: The Very Lonesome Boys Bluegrass Show
Where: S.Y. Valley Grange Hall, 2374 Alamo Pintado Avenue, Los Olivos CA
When: Saturday, October 27th, 2007, 8:00 PM
"Peter Feldmann & The Very Lonesome Boys" will present another bluegrass show at the SY Valley Grange Hall in downtown Los Olivos at 2374 Alamo Pintado Avenue, on Saturday, October 27th.
The program, which begins at 8:00 PM, will feature bluegrass standards, songs of the West, and a number of 1920s-30s country songs adapted to the bluegrass format. Tickets, priced at $12.00, are available on-line at BlueGrassWest.com and at The Book Loft in Solvang, CA. If available, tickets will also be sold at the door for beginning at 7:30 PM. For further information, call: 805 688-9894.
A singer and multi-instrumentalist with many years' performing experience throughout California and the West, Peter 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 Café in Santa Barbara, a music club highly influential on the Southern California Music scene. Peter's tribute CD to Uncle Dave Macon, "Grey Cat On The Tennessee Farm", was named to the nation's Top Ten Bluegrass albums of 2005 by the Chicago Tribune.
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 has performed throughout Southern and Central California at festivals, clubs, and college concerts. They've entertained the Rancheros Visitadores, worked at fund raisers, and even survived an alien UFO abduction (see our release and news notice dated 5/19/06 in the press section of Bluegrasswest.com).
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