Shakespeare's HENRY IV - August 8-August 12, 2023 @ 7PM
Shakespeare on the Vine Theatre Company is excited to announce a 5 Night Only Staged Reading of Henry IV, an adaption of William Shakespeare’s King Henry IV Part One and King Henry IV Part Two.
Play runs August 08 - August 12, 2023.
We will offer a glimpse into our textual process by hosting talkbacks after select performances and focusing on the words of this play. Actors will be staged and minimally costumed while carrying scripts with them.
We hope you join us for 10 years of Shakespeare at Brice Station and 30 years of Brice Station Vineyards. We encourage you to come early with your own picnic to enjoy Brice's award-winning wines before the show starts.
Grover Anderson & the Lampoliers – August 26, 2023 @ 7pm
When distancing guidelines cleared his 2020 touring calendar, Grover began playing Pickup Truck Concerts, driving all over Northern California to play safely-distanced acoustic shows from the bed of his truck for folks in their driveways.
Catch Grover and the band back on stage at Brice Station!
Poor Man's Whiskey is an American band originating in the San Francisco Bay Area rooted around the songwriting talents of Josh Brough and Jason Beard. PMWs live show and sound is a blend of high-octane old-time/bluegrass music and a more psychedelic blues/jam rock style that calls upon their earlier influences. Poor Man's Whiskey seamlessly transitions between acoustic and electric styles with a carefully crafted commitment that revolves around well-written songs and stories...while maintaining an exciting element of improvisation and the openness to let a song expand.
Michela and Cantamos highlight their musical dexterity by moving from traditional Latin songs, and musicals, to contemporary favorites. Their music moves seamlessly from English to Italian, Spanish to French, Portuguese to Hawaiian and back again. Michela Macfarlane spent ten years steeped exclusively in baroque music. To expand her singing world she moved to the realms of jazz, pop, and Latin sounds.
Since forming in 2010, California-based Dead Winter Carpenters has gained a reputation for steadfast touring, heartfelt performances, and authentic Americana. Portland Metronome puts the quintet “at the forefront of a youthful generation trying to redefine what string music is and what it can do.”
It may come as a surprise to hear the strains of Appalachian and Americana music channeled through five guys from Los Angeles, CA, but heartache, loss and regret have always been the cornerstones of great music, and this city has more than its share. In a town better known for porn stars and face lifts, anything as authentic and heartfelt as Roses's Pawn Shop is a pleasant surprise.
Patrice Pike burst onto the music scene as the electric front woman for the seminal Austin jam band Sister Seven Patrice effortlessly moves from tightly woven rhythm guitar to percussion, to drum kit on stage never dropping a beat of her fierce but silky lead vocals.
Over the past decade she has independently released five acclaimed solo records, showcasing her socially astute, literate lyrics alongside her powerful vocals. She has toured relentlessly, both in the U.S. and overseas, building an impressive grassroots fan base. In 2007 she became the youngest member of the Austin/Texas Music Hall of Fame, inducted alongside Lucinda Williams.
Jimbo Scott & Yesterdays Biscuits – July 22, 2023 @ 7pm
Have you ever been walking down the street, and suddenly heard a voice that made you walk into a venue to see whose it was? That is Jimbo Scott’s voice – a bell, magnetic and the definition of a powerhouse. A favorite in the Bay Area’s esteemed house concert scene and folk venues, Jimbo’s combines the influences of his birthplace of Memphis, TN and his life-long home in the San Francisco Bay Area. His songsevoke traditions of Tennessee country and bluegrass, Oakland soul and sepia toned California landscapes and life-scapes.
CANCELED Due to the Potential of RAIN The Sam Chase & The Untraditional - September 2, 2023 @ 7pm
The Sam Chase & The Untraditional hails from San Francisco, California. This juggernaut of a band blends rock n roll with folk music while maintaining the sensibilities and attitudes that come from growing up on a healthy diet of punk rock.
The leader of the band is Sam Chase himself, a natural storyteller with a voice that sounds as if it has weathered many an epic tale. With boot-stomping orchestration and lyrics that have been immortalized on the tattooed skin of their fans, The Sam Chase & The Untraditional doesn’t mess around.
These are the warriors we need in these troubled times.
Based in Los Angeles, this old-timey punk rock revivalist band goes by the name of Water Tower. They released their debut album “Fly Around” on March 27, 2020. This is the sixth album for founder Kenny Feinstein, but the first since kicking the bucket (the band was formally Water Tower Bucket Boys). The album is a ten-track collection of songs rooted in bluegrass and folk, indie rock and a dash of electronic landscaping. This album represents a transition for Feinstein and the re-birth of the band in it’s neighborhood of Echo Park in Los Angeles. The new album manages to blend psychedelic and punk influences weaved into their traditional love of Bluegrass and Americana instruments, creating their mixed bag of branded music.