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This show is doubling as Erin Pearson's going away party/CD release she moves to Nashville a few days later. Join us at 6:30 for dinner and stay for fabulous originals. Please make a reservation as soon as possible to ensure great seating (805) 962-7776. Here is the line up: 6:45-7:45- Erin Pearson 7:45-8:15- Erin Pearson & Rusty Lindsey Duo 8:15-9:00- Rusty Linsdey 9:00-10:30 - Erland 10:45- 12 - Art Nikels
Highlighting the local Santa Barbara music scene. The evening kicks off at 5 p.m. on the terrace outside the Theatre – with strolling minstrels, food and sponsor exhibits. Doors open at 6 p.m. The bands will play short but sweet sets, and collaborating between set changes.
Ventura Music Week hosts ERLAND at Discovery/Ventura!
Sounds Like: Wilco, Bob Dylan, Ray LaMontagne
Bio: “This train is bound for glory, oh this train…” the members of the band ERLAND huddle together and belt out this old Woody Guthrie tune every time before stepping on stage. The song not only warms up their voices for the harmony infused set they are about to perform, it also represents the belie...See Full Bio
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"Erland launched the night on a rustic note. Originally hailing from Dana Point but now based in Santa Barbara, the enticing alt-folk quartet's half-hour performance culled from the McMahon produced EP All I've Got and their album On Our Side. With a style reminiscent of Guster, Counting Crows and a little Mumford & Sons, the harmonica-infused "Ain't Worth the Fight" and a good take on Bob Dylan's "The Times They Are a-Changin'" were highlights." -OC Register