On January 7, we’ll play as a quartet at Cloverdale Ale Co., 1st & Main in Cloverdale, 7-10 PM. The band will include Jerry Logan on bass and vocals, and Rick Cutler on drums. Expect a healthy dose of classic country.
We often play the Sunday Brunch set (12:30-3:30 PM) at Russian Rivers Vineyards Restaurant. Upcoming Sunday Brunch dates are January 22, February 12, March 5 and March 12. We’ll also be there on Valentine’s Day (5:30-8:30). Call (707) 887-3344 for reservations.
Our dinner concert at Gaia’s Garden on May 24, 2014, was recorded with a stereo microphone on stage. We’re quite happy to announce that this recording is now available on CD for our dedicated fans. For your copy, send $10 to:
148 S Cloverdale Blvd
Cloverdale, CA 95425
Once again, we’re playing a free Farm Tours event at Redwood Hill Farm near Forestville, on Sunday, June 8 from 11 AM to 3 PM. Bring the kids for a fun tour of a goat farm and some good western swing music. This is the last Redwood Hill tour of the season.
Also this month, we’ll be returning to Gaia’s Garden in Santa Rosa for some countrified dinner jazz on Saturday, June 28, 7-9 PM.
Wine Country Swing will accompany country entertainer Hank Floyd at Hudson St Wineries in Healdsburg on Saturday, May 10 from 11 AM to 3:30 PM. That’s not continuous music – we will play 3 sets – but there will be an outstanding display of model trains to keep you entertained in between, and of course plenty of fine wine.
We’ll also be playing on Mother’s Day, May 11, at Redwood Hill Farm, from 11 AM to 3 PM. Redwood Hill is a goat farm and creamery, and this Farm Trails event is fun for all ages.
On Saturday, May 24, we’ll be playing a couple of dinner concert sets at Gaia’s Garden on Mendocino Ave, in Santa Rosa. There’s a $5 minimum (no cover). Music starts at 7 PM, and dinner is served until 9.
Rounding out the month, we’ll be at Vino di Amore in Cloverdale on Friday, May 30, from 8:30 to 11 PM. Known as “Cloverdale’s living room”, this comfortable wine bar is just half a block from the town plaza where Friday Night Live entertainment will be winding down. Show up early to fill your bag with veggies from the weekly Farmers Market happening outside.
This is the last of our DeLorimer Winery video clips from April 30, 2010. Includes portions of Remington Ride, Blues For Dixie, Streets of Baltimore, Waiting For a Train to Steel, and Rosetta. Hugh Harris (guitar, vocal) and Bobby Lee (pedal steel, vocal). Sorry again about the wind noise.
Video clips from 4 songs: Warm-up jam, Ragged But Right, Sleepwalk, Steelin’ the Blues. Hugh Harris (guitar, vocal) and Bobby Lee (pedal steel). Recorded April 30, 2010 at deLorimier Winery, Geyserville, CA. Camera by Wynn Bailey. Sorry about the wind noise.