A fun day in a park full of healthy vendors and crafters. Entertainment is interspersed with health lectures. A beautiful location. and a great vibe.
Tales of the Ranch is a monthly summer music series at the beautiful Camarillo Ranch. Near the gorgeous Queen Anne Victorian home that was built in 1892 is the newly renovated mule barn. What fun to hear songs of Ventura County's, including a love song for the Camarillos! One hour show.
Music to shop by. There is a nice srage next to the elevator in the middle of the mall. There is plenty of seating so you can rest you feet and enjoy.
Hear many tales of Ventura County’s Wild West past through song as The Restless Hillfillies take the stage in the new Agriculture Museum which is located in The Mill at the old railroad station in Santa Paula. Voted as #1 Bluegrass and Folk band in the 2012 VC Music Awards, the fillies have new tales to tell as well as some fun and lively cover tunes. The historical artifacts and photographs makes this a perfect backdrop for this group.
New tales to tell...new songs to sing.
Sounds Like: Carter Family, Tom Corbett Band
Label: North Oak Music
Manager: Mary Z. Wilson
Bio: Mountain girls, who like old-time music, resist to assimilation into the dominant culture and like to horse around! It is Americana music with a dash of bluegrass, folk, swing, and old timey music Collectively the instruments in the group include guitar, banjo, autoharp, mountain dulcimer, fiddle...See Full Bio
A special thanks to all of you who voted us as #1 Folk and Bluegrass group in the VC Music Awards. We appreciate your support sincerely!
“ “The Extended Learning Acade(my students who averaged age is 90 years young plus), are the perfect audience for the lively light hearted and spirited music with historical references used to motivate and bring back memories of a long forgotten past. The format is exciting, the music beautifully presented and is the perfect vehicle for short term memory loss in senior populations. My classes LOVE them! MORE, MORE and MORE !!!!””