Pot Luck: 6:00 Open Mic: 6:30 - 7:30 Concert 7:30 - 9:30 Donna Lynn Caskey, Randall Lamb, and Steve Werner will play two featured sets songwriters-in-the round style that will likely include a few collaborative numbers. A rose between two thorns? We'll let Randall be the rose. Song circle to follow if enough are interested. Come for part or stay for all, feel free to bring food, drinks, instruments, and songs to share. Donations enforced to the full extent of Clarita, the security chief.
Singer/songwriter showcase, at SOHO, in Santa Barbara, featuring a 45 minute set by four different performers. 6:00 Randall Lamb 7:00 Jamie Green 8:00 Lucinda Lane (Joe Woodard, Nicole Lvoff etc) 9:00 James Lombardo Doors open at 5:30, dinner reservations are recommended for those who want to reserve a seat.
Sing To Me @ The C Gallery. Singer-Songwriter Night , Saturday, May 2. Nashville Style - in the round. 6;00 PM Quesadillas and beer. 7:00 PM Concert in the round, indoors with seats. 8:00 PM Complimentary dessert. Performers: Randall Lamb, Gary Foshee, and Noelle Price.
Steve Werner is your average everyday world-traveling road-crazy biker-sailor-adventurer-folksinger-songwriter-yodeler. His songs have been sung and recorded all over the world. Through the years he has shared stages with the likes of Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Mary McCaslin, Peter Yarrow and many more. His duets with Fur Dixon produced four albums of pure California folk gold. Back in the 1990’s he toured the world, playing guitar and leading bands for original Rockabilly pioneers like Glen Glenn, Ray Campi, Sonny Burgess, Tommy Sands, Tony “Wildman” Conn, Jewel Akens, Jimmy Angel and Johnny Legend. The songs he wrote for expat rockers John Whiteleather and the King Rats are still hits in Scandinavia where he is known as “Mr. Cadillac Attack.” From the Acoustic Americana Music Guide: “Steve Werner should be famous. Do you start with his lyrical songwriting, a catalog of substance, from shake-you-to-your-depths to charming and funny and I-can-relate-to-that, or do you put up-front his Merle Travis-style guitar mastery? Either way, this guy should be up there with Steve Earle and Joe Ely.” Here's a video preview: https://youtu.be/Jy9zpz2Mk_s Special guest performers include Derek Senn, Randall Lamb, John Sandoval, Brent Franklin, Lily Aliza Nathan, and Daniel Lower. Songwriters At Play holds showcases every Sunday afternoon, 1:00 – 4:00 pm at Sculpterra Winery, 5015 Linne Road, Paso Robles, 805-226-8881. The showcase includes one featured act and others playing 4-song sets. We pass the tip jar during the featured set, otherwise no cover. All ages are welcome -- great place for a family picnic! - See more at: http://www.songwritersatplay.com/calendar#post-1243
The late great Townes Van Zandt would have been 71 in March. The Texas troubadour never had a successful album or single on his own, yet his songs were covered by Bob Dylan, Norah Jones, Cowboy Junkies, and The Avett Brothers. March 24 at SOhO, Songwriters At Play pays tribute to Townes with an evening of his folk, blues, and country ballads. Performers include Amber Cross, Ed Gould & Stacy Robin, Steve Kindel, Dennis Russell, Randall Lamb, Steve Werner, James Houlihan, Gary Foshee, Stephanie Croff, Steve Fort, Jeanne Newhall, and Kate Graves. This is the sixth time Songwriters At Play has presented a show at SOhO, after paying tribute to pop stars Jackson Browne, Leonard Cohen, Neil Young, Carole King, and Santa Barbara folksinger Randall Lamb. Cover charge is $12; tickets are available at the door. This show is open to all ages. Doors open 6:30, show begins at 7:30pm. To get the best seats, make dinner reservations at 805-962-7776. Soho Restaurant & Music Club, 1221 State Street #205, Santa Barbara, www.sohosb.com - See more at: http://www.songwritersatplay.com/calendar/#sthash.aPBpVcTp.dpuf
Sounds Like: Randall Lamb Music, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Townes Van Zandt, Hank Williams, Cisco Houston
Bio: Randall Lamb grew up in California, east of Los Angeles, where refugees, transients, Okies, Arkies, Cornhuskers, Mid-westerners, Texans, Mexicans and working stiffs settled between the desert and the dream. This was the end of the rainbow of Route 66, a place of bright sun, dark pasts and dim fut...See Full Bio