Sunday, October 6, 2019

Sutter Creek Provisions - October 2019

LiVe MuSiC & hApPeNiNgs at pRoViSiOnS 

October has arrived and so has the cooler weather. It's that time of the year that the foothills- and especially Sutter Creek- become such a beautiful place to be. Along with the changing leaves, incredible sunsets, and cool breezes, comes a month full of live music, delicious Provisions Pantry food, and more awesome beer.

When she isn't here searching for the next artist to present, Casey is out on the road discovering more bands and living the honky-tonk life.

Tim has been digging deeper into his creative mind and it's apparent with each week's Provisions Pantry menu. You can always find a vegan or vegetarian option, as well as gluten-free dishes, and the flavors, freshness, and overall food experience are so satisfying.

Darin continues to hit the road in search of beer, always keeping our selection of both draught and bottleshop choices exciting and special.

All of that, AND a new team member behind the bar! You'll see the familiar, smiling face of Stephanie Sittner when you come to Provisions now, what a positive addition to our staff!

Scroll down to see the bands scheduled to appear this month, click on the videos, browse the websites...we'll see you all here at Provisions!
Provisions Pantry is now 4 days a week
for dine-in OR TO-GO!
Thursday / Friday / Saturday 4pm start time
Sunday at Noon


Follow @provisionspantry on Instagram and Facebook to get a peek into what's going on in the kitchen and to view the menu when it's released.
(photo above is a sample menu)
JUST LOOK AT THIS LIVE MUSIC SELECTION !
Saturday, October 12th
THE DAMN LIARS
5:30pm Door
$10 cash


Chuck Bradley and The Damn Liars are purveyors of true american rock and roll.  Hailing from northern California. The Damn Liars put on an explosive live performance heavily steeped in American vintage rock and roll, country and blues.  The Damn Liars released their debut EP, American Ghost Town in April of 2018. Produced by Grammy award winner, Michael Rosen, American Ghost Town is rich with emotion and soulful bluesy vocals.  From liquor soaked honky-tonk, to blues and rock and roll, Chuck Bradley and The Damn Liars give a fresh and simple take on the complex issues of love, life, hurt and death.
WATCH THE DAMN LIARS VIDEO HERE
Saturday, October 19th
Sean Carscadden Trio
5:30pm door
$10 cash


With a crack team of musicians, the Sean Carscadden Trio is one of the most exciting bands in Northern California.  Playing a mix of Blues, New Orleans Funk, Folk and old time songs with a contemporary touch, the group is energetic and known to gets some folks dancing!  Carscadden is joined by bassist extraordinare Cliff Hugo (Ray Charles, Supertramp) and behind the drums you will find either Mikey Cannon (Gator Nation) or Kendrick Freeman (Joe Craven).  And you can often find some of the bay area's best musicians popping in and joining the band on stage.
WATCH SEAN CARSCADDEN HERE
Sunday, October 20th
Darin Sexton & Highway 49
3pm ~ Free
Saturday, October 26th
The Rayo Brothers
5:30pm door
$10 cash
Daniel and Jesse Reaux began performing as The Rayo Brothers at a songwriter competition in their home town of Lafayette, Louisiana. Joined by bandmates Lance Kelehan and Jordan Ardoin, the brothers present "honest and insightful" songwriting against a backdrop of "impassioned folk rock and modern alt-country with majestic, sweeping arrangements" (Offbeat Magazine). Featuring sibling harmonies and a variety of instrumentation, they put on a rollicking show that flows from raucous foot-stompers to intimate ballads and everywhere in between.
The Rayo Brothers’ latest album “Victim & Villain” was recorded at Dockside Studio with Grammy-winning engineer Tony Daigle and Grammy-winning producer Louis Michot (of Lost Bayou Ramblers) and released in 2019 on Nouveau Electric Records. Glide Magazine says "Victim & Villain" is "one of the most exciting country music releases so far this year."
WATCH THE RAYO BROTHERS VIDEO HERE
Sunday, October 27th
Slade Rivers Band
3pm~ Free

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