Thursday, January 16, 2020

Feist Wines: Music for the Long Weekend - Country and Blues Dominate the weekend in Gold Country

SUTTER CREEK, CA - Craft winery Feist in Sutter Creek will host music Friday and Saturday night of the Martin Luther King Jr. Weekend. This hip, understated tasting room is at the forefront of a town that is increasingly becoming steeped in quality music. 

Friday, January 17 Danny Morris & the California Stars take the stage. “They play country music the way it used to be: stripped down, honest, blue collar and raw—with influences like Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson." Says Aaron Carnes of Sacramento News & Review.

Danny Morris & the California Stars

They play in a hard-driving, hard-drinking, hard-living style. Not to be mistaken for neo-traditionalists, they bring a healthy dose of rock and roll to the party. The result is a mix of classic country songs and rocking originals with a focus on the country music triumvirate - drinking, heartache, and murder.

On Saturday night, Los Angeles band The Deltaz perform with a unique blend of blues and country. Their set list encompasses a wide range of music from psychedelic rock to classic country and folk.

The Deltaz
Band member Ted Siegel has grown into one of the sharpest guitarists among the independent scene in Los Angeles today, while commanding drummer John Siegel has expanded his role in the group over the years to include impressive harmonica work and vocal harmonies that leave audiences overwhelmed at his coordination. The two work with each other, feeding off of each other's talents to bring ever-climactic performances. 

General admission tickets are available at the door. $10 cover charge for the California Stars and $15 for the Deltaz. The shows are both at 7:30 p.m. Small lot wine, farm to fork wood-fired pizza, artisan cheeses and charcuterie are also available for purchase.


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