Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Twisted Oak Concert Series presents - The Joe Craven Trio - August 18

Saturday, August 18th at 7pm - Twisted Oak Winery is pleased to welcome you to an evening with The Joe Craven Trio.

Advance tickets are only $20 and can be purchased right here via the Add to Sack button. Gates open at 6:30PM. (Tickets at the door if available will be $25.) Admission is free for children under 12.
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Want a full dinner? Choice of two sliders, salad, chips, and choice of cookie. Only $10 each! Just add the number of dinners you want to your Shopping Sack using the Add to Sack button!

Snacks, Delicious Twisted Oak Wines, & soft drinks are also available for purchase at the event*.

Important and fun information about our concert venue!

* Please do not bring other alcoholic beverages. Our license does not permit it.

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Creativity educator, former museum curator, visual artist, actor/storyteller, festival emcee and recipient of the 2009 Folk Alliance Far-West Performer of the Year, Joe Craven has made music with many folks ranging from multi-string instrumentalist David Lindley to Blues slide guitar master Roy Rogers to Grateful Dead guitarist Jerry Garcia and groups from Psychograss to The Persuasions to The Horseflies. He was percussionist and fiddler for mandolinist David Grisman for almost 17 years and was special guest with fusion banjo player Alison Brown and her Quartet for almost 7 years.

The Mighty Coyote Trio is comprised of songwriter Richard Sholer (founding member of Springfield Crossing and Coyote Hill) on guitar, mandolin and harmonica; Stan Emmons (formerly of the Joni Morris Band) on bass; and Bob Lehmann (formerly with the Sonora Allstars and Columbia College Jazz Band) on drums. They play mostly original Americana music ranging from the old-timey, bluegrass, blues, swing and jazz, to the rootsy country and folk-rock sounds reminiscent of the 60s and 70s. It’s danceable and listenable music with thought-provoking lyrics. Some songs tell of true stories and some are just for the fun of it. These guys obviously love what they do and that always makes for a great time for music lovers of all ages and different walks of life.