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7:30 PM - Jessie Bridges 8:00 PM - New American Farmers 9:00 PM - Melissa Phillips & The Sincerelys
Show case at American River Resort at 7:15 PM, then at 8:30 at Marco's Cafe.
Sounds Like: Neil Young, Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, George Harrison, The Byrds
Label: Big Barncat Records
Bio: Paul Knowles and Nicole Storto aren’t young, but the songs they write and sing are timeless, stories drawn from the heart and soul of ordinary, hard working folks. “We’re late bloomers who are more focused on the music, the mood and the quality of the songs and vocals, than image,” Knowles says. ...See Full Bio
New American Farmers has a show on 01/21/2015 at 07:00 PM @ Freight & Salva... in Berkeley, CA http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5ic48n #concert
“The Farmacology Sessions, due out October 14, is just their second album as New American Farmers. “We’re about the songs, and planting them wherever we can,” Knowles said of the Farmers. “Maybe they’ll grow, maybe they won’t, but we’re not going to throw in a bunch of trendy additives to convince you that what we do has value. If you want to drop in and soak up the vibe, you’re more than welcome. If you think we’re too old, we don’t care.” That tells you much of what you need to know about the Farmers and the nine songs that make up The Farmacology Sessions. Perhaps more than any other song on the album, “Aiming for the Daylight” captures the Farmers’ signature Americana groove. Veteran guitarist Chuck Prophet lent his talents to create the song’s unforgettable yet seemingly effortless hook. “Chuck had the perfect riff for this song the moment he had his telecaster unpacked,” Knowles said.”