May 16, 5-7 PM
Redding City Hall
777 Cypress Ave
We are celebrating in Redding this week -- It's Rodeo Week --Yeehaw!! This week also marks the opening of the Summer Art Exhibit at Redding City Hall.
The CIty of Redding will host a reception on Thursday evening May 16th, 2013, from 5-7 PM -- meet the artists, enjoy complimentary refreshments and original, local music from two Cottonwood duos.
We're looking forward to singing some new tunes from our upcoming CD and singing "The Redding Song" in the heart of the city that we love.
The Pine Dogz 6-7
Our friends Diana and Steve Wallis are a little bit country a little bit R and B and a lot of heart and soul, with tunes like "There's No Such Thing as a Free Goat" and "The Cowboy Flies Away." Their energetic performances include dynamic vocals, smokin' guitar licks, harmonica and mandolin.
Hope to see you there!
If you're looking for a sweet, sentimental love song to celebrate this day of romance, keep looking. But if you like your Valentine's Day tunes with a dose heartbreak and twist of revenge, then go ahead and help yourself to "Heart Shaped Stones."
I wrote this song many years ago - and it's still one of my favorites to sing. Our kids think it's kind of creepy and that's part of what I like about it.
So whether you're happily single, looking for love, or celebrating the day with your One and Only, please hop on over to our website for a free download of "Heart Shaped Stones."
Click here: Heart Shaped Stones at StillMarried.Net
Hope you get chocolate and champagne and NOT stones. Unless, of course, they're diamonds.
Redding City Hall (777 Cypress Ave) will ring with the sound of original music on January 25th, when the North State Songwriters present a showcase featuring local singer-songwriters as part of the city-wide Cultural Cruise.
The music will range from country to folk, rock to blues and bluegrass. The evening's lineup:
4:00pm Nick Ciampi
4:40pm Jackie Lynn Brodersen
5:00pm Matthew Songmaker and the Mountain Messengers
5:30pm Pine Dogz
6:00pm Still Married
6:30pm Richard Morris
7:00pm Will Miller
7:30pm Paul Howell
Nick Ciampi is a popular Redding music teacher and folk-rock musician. Jackie Lynn Brodersen is inspired by the folk music of the 60s and 70s. Matthew Songmaker and the Mountain Messengers play lively bluegrass and traditional country.
The Pine Dogz present folk-rock, Americana and blues. Still Married country-folk music celebrates the landscape, the characters and the independent spirit of Far Northern California. Richard Morris plays a lively blend of pop and rock. Will Miller performs country folk tunes with an acoustic flair. Paul Howell's original tunes are a little bit country, a little bit folk with an edge of the blues.
For more information on the musicians:
Still Married will be playing a few new tunes from our upcoming CD: Whiskeytown Roadhouse -- c'mon out and enjoy complimentary refreshments and meet the artists whose work is on display at Shasta County's largest art gallery.