The Heart of the Gold Country

January 2015

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Sutter Crek Gallary Featured Artist for January

Sutter Crek Gallary Featured Artist for January

Sutter Creek Gallery invites you to meet Melissa Doyel at the reception in her honor on Saturday, January 3, from 4 to 7 p.m., as part of the region’s First Saturday Art Trek.  She is one of 30 local artists exhibiting at the cooperative located in the heart of Sutter Creek at 35 Main Street.  The gallery is open Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  For additional information, call 209-267-0228 or email suttercreekgallery@gmail.com

01/03/2015 - 4:00pm to 7:00pm
 
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Winter Wine Luncheon

Winter Wine Luncheon

 
Winter Wine Luncheons A great way to enjoy the wine country and an intimate lunch with a wine maker

Sunday, January 4~Baiocchi Wines
Sunday, January 25~Fiddletown
Sunday, Febraury 8~Vino Noceto
Sunday, February 22~Miller Wineworks
Menus to be announced. Luncheons limited to thirty guests and begin at 12:30pm.

Advance Reservations required.

9402 Main Street
Plymouth

restauranttaste.com/newtaste/pages/home.cgi

info@RestaurantTaste.com
(209) 245-3463

01/04/2015 - 12:30pm
 
 
Holmes' Hounds

Holmes' Hounds

The game's afoot. Are you a Sherlock Holmes fan? Fancy yourself a bit of an amateur slueth? Align yourself with Dr. Watson in the love of a Good Story? We are the home of Baker Street West and the Sherlock Holmes Society, Holmes' Hounds. Visit Baker Street West our 2nd floor, up the stairs, cross the threshold, and you wil find yourself in Sherlock's Victorian England.
 
Join us for our next meeting of Holmes' Hound at Baker Street West.  Meetings are on the first Tuesday in odd-numbered months.
 
Hein & Co. Books and Vintage Goods
204 Main Street
Jackson
 
Baker Street West
209-223-9076
01/06/2015 - 6:00pm
 
Serbian Christmas

Serbian Christmas

For over 100 years our Serbian-American population has celebrated on the 7th day of January, (13 days after December 25th) with a volley of rifle shots to announce that Christ Is Born.
 
There is a procession through Main St. Jackson starting approximately 12pm. The traditional volley of shots (with a police escort) in front of the National Hotel, St. Sava's Church on North Main St., and St. Sava's Mission on Broadway herald this unique local celebration.
 
Know that you are safe and all is well as the rifles are not loaded with live rounds. It's your neighbor celebrating and keeping alive the rich traditions of the old country and wishing you every happiness this Holiday Season with great prosperity and good health in the New Year! 
 
209-223-1263
01/07/2015 - 12:00pm
 
 
 
International Trails Day

International Trails Day

This January Kirkwood will host Winter Trails Day, a nation wide event promoting public interest in snowshoeing and cross country skiing. Free cross country ski lessons will be offered on the hour starting at 10:00am. Reservations are required, please call for more information. Regular Trail Passes will be sold at a discounted $18 for the day.
 
Saturday, 1/10/15, 10 am
1501 Kirkwood Meadows Dr.
Kirkwood, CA
209.258.7248 or 844.471.3753
 
01/10/2015 - 10:00am
 
River Reflections Reception

River Reflections Reception

What happens when you ask some of the best artists in two counties to create work around a common theme?

You get a major art exhibition that’s entirely provocative, different and new. “River Reflections,” the prodigious show brings together 40 original works of art, mostly paintings and photography, which offer different perspectives on the one and only Mokelumne River. The unique exhibit will travel to three locations during the next three months, but the kick-off event will be the reception on January 10, from 2-5, in Sutter Creek at the Hotel Sutter. The public is invited to attend the event showcasing art, music, and poetry to celebrate along with the artists and local and statewide dignitaries. This  will be the first opportunity to view the final visual art submitted which includes paintings, photography, work in ceramics, glass, and jewelry, and most will be for sale. Featured will be an entry in the Literary Arts category, a poem created and read by Kevin Fritson. Music, as well, is a category in the project, and Meghan O’Keefe will be performing her original River Reflections composition.  The premier of a short video which has been produced about the project and its artists will also be featured at the reception.The "River Reflections" exhibition, which also features ceramics, jewelry, glass, mounted poetry, will run at the Hotel Sutter until the end of January.
 
"River Reflections" is a landmark arts endeavor created by AmadorArts, aka Amador County Arts Council, as a “Creative California Communities” Project funded by the California Arts Council.  Project partners are the Calaveras County Arts Council, the Foothill Conservancy, and East Bay Municipal Utility District. Artists of all disciplines have created works reflecting the project’s mission of creating awareness and significance of the Mokelumne River in all of our lives, whether for drinking water for 1.4 million people, irrigation, power, recreation, or beauty.  “People, especially those in the East Bay Area, are simply not aware of where their tap water actually comes from,” explains Terra Forgette, Project Coordinator. “That’s one reason why this excellent exhibition will be packed up and set-up again in Oakland for the month of February.”
 
 
 
Opening Reception: January 10, 2-5 pm
Exhibit dates:  January 10 – 31, 2015
 
Hotel Sutter
53 Main St.
Sutter Creek, CA
 
AmadorArts

209 267 9038

 
 
 

 

01/10/2015 - 2:00pm to 5:00pm
 
American Guitar Masters - Steve Davison, Peter Janson & Larry Pattis

American Guitar Masters - Steve Davison, Peter Janson & Larry Pattis

Celtic to Contemporary. The American Guitar Masters Touring Concert Series features some of America's top solo acoustic guitarists, Steve Davison, Larry Pattis, and Peter Janson presenting compositions and arrangements of Celtic tunes, American Roots, Delta blues, instrumental gems, folk-songs, solos and duets that reveal a mutual devotion to great acoustic music through songs about American rivers, Celtic kings, life, memory and the heart. Their common vision is in bringing forth the highest level of emotive qualities of the acoustic guitar; their common goal is to delight the audience with landscape and mood of the life experiences that are the foundation of their music.

Peter Janson, a "gifted acoustic finger-style guitar player" (Dirty Linen), brings world-class acoustic guitar music to records and the concert stage with fresh contemporary arrangements of new and traditional tunes from England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Brittany, and North America, as well as Celtic inspired compositions. Reminiscent of American folk guitar, Celtic guitar, and American roots music, his original and compelling contemporary style is filled with artistry, superb technical mastery, and heartfelt passion: weaving songs about Celtic kings, lost love and sad dogs, memory, life, and the heart. All of his CDs have been featured on PBS, commercial and college radio, syndicated radio, Sirius/XM, Music Choice TV, Pandora, Spotify, and in-flight programming resulting in over 1/2 million BMI verified broadcasts.

Steve Davison is a solo 6 and 12 string acoustic guitarist and composer from Little Rock Arkansas. An aging hipster focusing on traditional and roots fingerstyle playing, his compositions are built around simple melodic structures and focus on the intimate qualities of the acoustic guitar and the tonal possibilities of alternate tunings that give the instrument such an extraordinary range. He was the 2005 winner of the solo competition at the Arkansas Acoustic Music Festival and a finalist in the 2009 Merle Travis Fingerstyle Competition.

Larry Pattis - named one of the "Top 10 Best Acoustic Music Artists of the Decade" by the International Acoustic Music Awards, Larry Pattis has been a featured headline performer at such illustrious venues as the Montreal International Jazz Festival and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington DC.

 
Saturday, January 10, 8:00 pm
$18 adv / $20 day of show
 
Sutter Creek Theatre
44 Main St.
Sutter Creek CA
P.O. Box 29
Sacramento CA 95812
 (916) 425-0077
www.suttercreektheater.com/
info@suttercreektheatre.com
01/10/2015 - 8:00pm
 
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Aaron Lewis at the Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort

Aaron Lewis at the Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort

Aaron Lewis released his country debut EP, Town Line, in 2011. His gold selling single “Country Boy,” featuring the legendary George Jones and Charlie Daniels, helped bring his EP to #1 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart and #7on the Billboard Top 200.  Lewis’ newest album, The Road, came to be while balancing his up and coming solo run, with the help of his award-winning producer James Stroud. “I didn’t stop to think about it very much,” said Lewis, “James let me run with it. I recorded this whole record by bouncing in and out of Nashville on days off. I’d come into town, work for the day, bail out, and play some more shows. Four days later, I'd do the same thing. That's how the album was made, and it's why I called it The Road." Don’t miss out on this country boy’s performance and enjoy Aaron Lewis Rancheria Style®. 
 
Thursday, 1/15/15
Will call opens: 5 p.m.
Doors open at 6 p.m.
Show begins at 7 p.m. Beer, wine, and food will be available. 
Tickets are on sale now starting at $25 for Dreamcatcher’s Club® members, available only at the Casino Cashier’s Cage, and starting at $30 for non-Dreamcatcher’s Club® members, available at the Casino Cashier’s Cage or online at www.jacksoncasino.com/.
 
Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort
12222 New York Ranch Rd.
Jackson, CA 95642
01/15/2015 - 7:00pm
 
Blue Moon Cafe Friday Night Specials

Blue Moon Cafe Friday Night Specials

The Blue Moon Cafe & Catering Company is tucked away in an intimate setting in Pine Grove, California.

Join us for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Friday night dinner specials: 1/16, please call for reservations.

Breast of Duck with our Fresh Apricot Glaze

Scampi my way

Filet Oscar

Fresh Dungeness Crab is in

Chesney and the Blue Moon staff!

The Blue Moon Cafe & Catering Company
19885 State Highway 88
Pine Grove, CA 95665
(209)296-3800
 
 
 

 

01/16/2015 - 5:00pm
 
Martin Luther King Wine & Music Fest

Martin Luther King Wine & Music Fest

Americana Music on Highway 49 for Martin Luther King’s Birthday

Music all weekend in Amador County’s smallest towns

 

Saturday January 17 and continuing on Sunday January 18, Amador City and Drytown will be full of live music from one in the afternoon until nightfall. 

 

At one pm Saturday Feist Wines releases their 2014 Amador County Viognier to the backdrop of The Church Street Sinners singing their raw, original Americana porch music.  Also playing is award winning winemaker Tony Feist, with local legend Allen Frank sitting in for an eclectic mix of country, rock and folk.

 

The Feists, long committed to the ethic of farm to fork, will pair their wines that day with a myriad of local cheeses. Their 2012 Viognier, made from the same vineyard received a best of class award at the El Dorado County Fair.

 

As things wind down in Amador City at 4pm the music moves down the street to the Drytown Club.  They host Chris O’Connell, called the “greatest female country singer of her generation,” onstage at 7pm.  Her reputation is permanently safe as a charter member of Asleep at the Wheel.

 

She was a major force in establishing that band as the world's great touring western swing band. She proves effective at tearing out hearts with wrenching ballads and raising the roof with smoking big band dance numbers.

 

O’Connell remembers her first winter touring, a frozen winter traipsing through the snow, learning the songs of Hank Williams, Loretta Lynn, and Moon Mullican. "Those songs, those hills, that cold old snow, that was my higher education" says O'Connell. The Drytown Club show starts at 7 pm and there is a $10 cover charge.  This intimate, authentic venue fills up quickly.

01/17/2015 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm
 
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Martin Luther King Wine & Music Fest

Martin Luther King Wine & Music Fest

Americana Music on Highway 49 for Martin Luther King’s Birthday

Music all weekend in Amador County’s smallest towns

 

Saturday January 17 and continuing on Sunday January 18, Amador City and Drytown will be full of live music from one in the afternoon until nightfall. 

 

At one pm Saturday Feist Wines releases their 2014 Amador County Viognier to the backdrop of The Church Street Sinners singing their raw, original Americana porch music.  Also playing is award winning winemaker Tony Feist, with local legend Allen Frank sitting in for an eclectic mix of country, rock and folk.

 

The Feists, long committed to the ethic of farm to fork, will pair their wines that day with a myriad of local cheeses. Their 2012 Viognier, made from the same vineyard received a best of class award at the El Dorado County Fair.

 

As things wind down in Amador City at 4pm the music moves down the street to the Drytown Club.  They host Chris O’Connell, called the “greatest female country singer of her generation,” onstage at 7pm.  Her reputation is permanently safe as a charter member of Asleep at the Wheel.

 

She was a major force in establishing that band as the world's great touring western swing band. She proves effective at tearing out hearts with wrenching ballads and raising the roof with smoking big band dance numbers.

 

O’Connell remembers her first winter touring, a frozen winter traipsing through the snow, learning the songs of Hank Williams, Loretta Lynn, and Moon Mullican. "Those songs, those hills, that cold old snow, that was my higher education" says O'Connell. The Drytown Club show starts at 7 pm and there is a $10 cover charge.  This intimate, authentic venue fills up quickly.

01/18/2015 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm
 
 
Belly Dance Class

Belly Dance Class

Amador County Recreation Agency (ACRA) is pleased to offer this 5-week class at the HUB Community Center in Jackson.

Amel Tafsout, a world renowned dance instructor aims to help student enjoy the dance while moving to the music and thytms of a unique dance culture.

Tuesdays, January 20th - February 17th, 5:30-7pm

Cost:  $75

To pre-register, email Barbara Nichols at bnichols@amadorgov.org.

The HUB is located in the Krabbenhoft Bldg., 3rd Floor, at 206 North Main Street (Corner of California & Main), Jackson, CA  95642.

GoACRA.org/Programs/Belly

Facebook.com/GoACRA

 

01/20/2015 - 5:30pm
 
 
 
Blue Moon Cafe Friday Night Specials

Blue Moon Cafe Friday Night Specials

The Blue Moon Cafe & Catering Company is tucked away in an intimate setting in Pine Grove, California.

Join us for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Friday night dinner specials: 1/23:

Pork Loin with a Fig & Port Wine Glaze

Calamari Steak with our Capers & Lemon Bur Blanc

Fresh Dungeness Crab is in

Don’t forget to make your Valentine's Day dinner reservations, it's right around the corner!

Chesney and the Blue Moon staff!

The Blue Moon Cafe & Catering Company
19885 State Highway 88
Pine Grove, CA 95665
(209)296-3800
 
 
 

 

01/23/2015 - 5:00pm
 
Saturday @ the HUB!

Saturday @ the HUB!

Come to the HUB Youth and Community Center Saturday, January 24th, 10am - 5pm.

Play Pool, Air Hockey, Ping Pong, Foosball

Projects, Activities, Group Games, Movies

And MUCH more!

Children of all ages are invited, and bring your parents too!

For only $5 have a fun filled day!

Call ACRA at (209)223-6349 and ask for Katelyn to pre-register.  Drop-ins are welcome.

The HUB is located above Hein & Co. Bookstore in the Krabbenhoft Bldg., 3rd Floor, at 206 North Main Street (Corner of California & Main), Jackson, CA  95642.

GoACRA.com

Facebook.com/GoACRA

Facebook.com/TheHUBYouthCommunityCenter

 

01/24/2015 - 10:00am to 5:00pm
 
Dad & Me

Dad & Me

Please join First 5 Amador for "Dad & Me". Spend a fun morning together building projects with wood, tools, sandpaper. Lowe's "Build and Grow" building workshop kits are provided. Enjoy story time and bring home a free book!
This event is completely FREE! 
 
Space is limited and is first come, first served.
 
Saturday, 1/24, 10:00 am - Noon

 

Margaret Dalton Children's Center
975 Broadway
Jackson, CA  95642
(209) 257-1092
01/24/2015 - 10:00am to 12:00pm
 
Amador Holistic Health & Wellness Fair

Amador Holistic Health & Wellness Fair

Saturday 24th, 10 am to 4 pm, join us for an opportunity to experience natural approaches to health, by meeting with practitioners who specialize in a wide array of complementary health and wellness disciplines.

The foundation for the Amador County Holistic Health and Wellness Fair is to provide the community an opportunity to experience natural approaches to health by showcasing vendors who specialize in a wide array of complementary health and wellness disciplines.

In addition to holistic health and wellness practitioners and products, Amador County Holistic Health and Wellness Fair is also committed to educating the community on green lifestyle choices such as eating locally, converting to solar and recycling.

Information booths, massages, lectures and product sales, highlight the many choices we have available in our community to take responsibility for our health care choices, to live life joyfully and with care for our community and world.

 

209-419-2503

01/24/2015 - 11:00am to 4:00pm
 
"Wagon Wheels a Rollin"

"Wagon Wheels a Rollin"

Enjoy this zany, action packed spoof of the old west!
Are you old enough to remember cowboys Roy Rogers, Randolph Scott and John Wayne fighting for western law & order?
If so then you will enjoy the zany characters of Vagabond Players production of Wagon Wheels A-Rollin', a play about the Old West.
 
Cheer the good guy, boo and hiss at the bad guy! Git yer cowboy duds on and come on down to the "I'm OK, You're OK Corral" to see this hysterical action-packed spoof of the Old West!
 
Two shows! This is  90 minute production, and loads of fun.
 
PERFORMANCES AT 2 PM AND 7 PM 
Tickets:   $18 Adv , $20.00 day of the show and kids under 12 are $10.00
 
Sutter Creek Theatre
44 Main Street
Sutter Creek, CA  95685
Tickets online at: suttercreektheatre.com
 
Tickets available at:  Heart & Soul, 42 Main St., Sutter Creek.  11-5 pm everyday. (209) 256-9702
01/24/2015 - 2:00pm
 
"Wagon Wheels a Rollin"

"Wagon Wheels a Rollin"

Enjoy this zany, action packed spoof of the old west!
Are you old enough to remember cowboys Roy Rogers, Randolph Scott and John Wayne fighting for western law & order?
If so then you will enjoy the zany characters of Vagabond Players production of Wagon Wheels A-Rollin', a play about the Old West.
 
Cheer the good guy, boo and hiss at the bad guy! Git yer cowboy duds on and come on down to the "I'm OK, You're OK Corral" to see this hysterical action-packed spoof of the Old West!
 
Two shows! This is  90 minute production, and loads of fun.
 
PERFORMANCES AT 2 PM AND 7 PM 
Tickets:   $18 Adv , $20.00 day of the show and kids under 12 are $10.00
 
Sutter Creek Theatre
44 Main Street
Sutter Creek, CA  95685
Tickets online at: suttercreektheatre.com
 
Tickets available at:  Heart & Soul, 42 Main St., Sutter Creek.  11-5 pm everyday. (209) 256-9702
01/24/2015 - 7:00pm
 
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Winter Wine Luncheon

Winter Wine Luncheon

 
Winter Wine Luncheons A great way to enjoy the wine country and an intimate lunch with a wine maker

Sunday, January 4~Baiocchi Wines
Sunday, January 25~Fiddletown
Sunday, Febraury 8~Vino Noceto
Sunday, February 22~Miller Wineworks
Menus to be announced. Luncheons limited to thirty guests and begin at 12:30pm.

Advance Reservations required.

9402 Main Street
Plymouth

restauranttaste.com/newtaste/pages/home.cgi

info@RestaurantTaste.com
(209) 245-3463

01/25/2015 - 12:30pm
 
Jesse Barrett, Oboist

Jesse Barrett, Oboist

The Motherlode Friends of Music presents featured performer, Oboist Jesse Barrett. The program comprises the Oboe Quartet for oboe and strings of Mozart, the Piano Trio No. 1 of Lowell Liebermann, Capriccio for oboe and piano of Amilcare Ponchielli, and the Quintet for oboe, strings and piano of Theodore Dubois. 
 
Free admission. 
 
Church of the Nazarene
14050 Ridge Road
Sutter Creek, CA
209-293-4227

 

 

01/25/2015 - 2:00pm
 
Chamber Music Concert

Chamber Music Concert

The Mother Lode Friends of Music presents a Chamber Music Concert Sunday, January 25th at 2:00 pm.

The superb young oboist from San Francisco, Jesse Barrett, is the featured performer, playing the Quartet for oboe and strings of Mozart and the gorgeous Quintet for oboe, violin, viola, cello and piano of French Romantic composer Théodore Dubois.

The concert is free and open to the public.  The Sutter Creek Church of the Nazarene is located at 14050 Ridge Road, Sutter Creek, about three miles east on Ridge Road from the intersection with Highway 49.

The Mother Lode Friends of Music, the organization of classical music performances serving the central region of California’s historic gold country.  For further, up-to-date information about all Friends of Music’s events, consult our web site at www.mlfm.org.

For more Information call (209) 293-4227

Email:  brickman@volcano.net

01/25/2015 - 2:00pm
 
 
 
Bubble Tasting

Bubble Tasting

It's the Annual Bubble Tasting at Taste. A wonderful gift for the bubble lovers in your life. One dozen bubbles or more and delightful noshes all night long. Enjoy the company of great friends and other bubble-heads
Amazing pricing on bubbles too.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015 at 5:00pm

Fifty dollars  per person. Reservations required.
 
9402 Main Street
Plymouth, CA
(209) 245-3463
01/28/2015 - 5:00pm
 
 
Heart-Shaped Heather Wreath Making Class

Heart-Shaped Heather Wreath Making Class

Perfect timing for Valentine's Day.

All materials provided.

Made with bright pink heather persoluta.

Friday, January 30th    1-3 PM

Sign-Up Deadline: Jan 20

$25 for 1 or $40 for two wreaths

Contact:

(209)304-2536

Please enroll early; space is limited.  Classes must be prepaid to reserve your space.  
AmadorArts members receive a 10% discount.
 
Millie Butler Designs
716 Pitt Street
Jackson, CA
 
 
01/30/2015 - 1:00pm to 3:00pm
 
Historical Flashlight Tours of Preston Castle

Historical Flashlight Tours of Preston Castle

Tour the Castle!  Take a historical flashlight tour of Preston Castle.  
 
You will take  70-90 minute tour through a 120 year old castle guided only by docent and your flashlight.  This is not a paranormal event.,  Space is limited  to 30 pre-paid
guest, at $20.00 each.  Gates open a half hour before the tour.   Tour times vary on sunset.  This tour will only be available during the months of January, February, March and April 2015.  Dress warmly.  The castle can be very chilly especially at night.  No refund.
Formerly Preston School of Industry, Preston Castle is a California State Historical Landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  Don't forget your camera!
 
Dates                            Gates Open                       Tour Begins
January 30th                5:00 PM                               5:30 PM
February 27th              5:30 PM                               6:00 PM
March 27th                   7:00 PM                               7:30 PM
April 24th                      7:30 PM                               8:00 PM
 
Preston Castle
900 Palm Dr. (end of Palm Drive)
Ione, CA  95640
(209)256-3623
 
01/30/2015 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm
 
Team Sierra Volleyball Club's Annual Crab Feed

Team Sierra Volleyball Club's Annual Crab Feed

1st Annual Crab Feed & Silent Auction
 
January 30th, 2015
 
Doors and No-Host bar @ 5:30pm
Dinner @ 6pm
 
Tickets Sold At:
Jackson Cleaners (in Jackson)
Drytown Cellars (in Plymouth)
SH&P Real Estate (in Red Corral)
Divine Properties (in Ione)
 
$45 per ticket
 
American Legion Hall, 12134 Airport Road, Sutter Creek, CA  95685
 
For more information contact:
Jason Zysman (209)304-0158
Dana Blanchard (209)304-9518
 
 

 

01/30/2015 - 5:30pm
 
Spaghetti Feed

Spaghetti Feed

ACRA's Annual Spaghetti Feed Dinner, the 4th Friday of January, includes spaghetti, pesto, garlic bread, salad, dessert and coffee. Wine, beer, soda and water will be available for purchase.
Doors open at 5:30; Dinner is served at 6:30. Tickets are $15 per person and $25 per couple in advance and $20 per person at the door.  For tickets call or visit ACRA.
All Proceeds Benefit Amador County Recreation Agency and the Amador County Cemetery Board.
 
Sutter Creek Auditorium, 18 Main Street, Sutter Creek, CA
 
(209)223-6349
01/30/2015 - 5:30pm to 8:30pm
 
Willie Watson at Feist Wines

Willie Watson at Feist Wines

Feist Wines’ tasting room is developing into a center for culture.  The storefront which once housed a gold rush saloon has become a community gathering place for big city quality music.

Saturday, January 31st  at 7 pm.  Feist Wines presents Willie Watson in concert.

Americana star plays Feist Wines in California’s smallest incorporated town.  Willie Watson, formerly of Old Crowe Medicine Show, will grace the small stage at Feist made of pallets from the winery. 

Willie Watson is promoting his first solo album Folk Singer, Volume 1.   Of the song “James Alley Blues” on the album, Watson comments, “I love singing that blues.  It’s blues therapy at its best."

This is a show not to be missed.  Tickets are $25 for general admission and are available at the Feist Wines tasting room or at feistwines.com.

Feist Wines is a small lot, artisan winery in Amador City and has been producing wine for three years and promoting music in their tasting room housed in a 19th century western saloon.  Winemaker Tony Feist plays the guitar and fiddle and performs regularly at the tasting room with the Allen Frank Doghouse Blues.

Feist Wines
14173 Old Highway 49
Amador City, CA  9560
(209)267-8020
 
 
 
01/31/2015 - 7:00pm