Live Music Monday -> Thursday Evening.
~ 6:30-8:30 pm
"Music is a conversation between the player and the listener. I like to let the audience, the room, and the tone of the day effect the performance, so we are building something together. That way it's new and different every time." - Rick Chelew
Mondays with Tiffany Decker
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Tuesdays with Rick Chelew
Rick takes a fresh, original, and very musical approach to his material--whether it’s one of his own compositions, a familiar song from Dylan, The Beatles or Motown , or something more obscure from one of his British guitarist/songwriter mentors such as John Martyn, Richard Thompson, John Renbourn or Bert Jansch—Chelew makes it his own, welcoming the listener to hear it in a brand new way.
Rick has been a familiar figure on Central Coast stages for twenty years, playing with Andrea's Fault, The Cachagua Playboys, Nico Georis, Heartstrings, Keith Greeninger, The Hayboys, Northstar, and others.
Wednesdays with Dave Holodiloff
Dave Holodiloff is a mandolin player, vocalist, composer, and band leader known for his inventive arrangements, expressive musicianship and ability to inspire partnerships with amazing musicians. Dave has made a name for himself both as a performer at festivals and concert venues and as an acoustic event entertainment specialist, bringing the party to weddings and events throughout Northern California and beyond. A devoted craftsman on the mandolin, his diverse recordings include Original Music, Bluegrass, Jazz, Celtic, World Favorites, Holiday Classics, and even a Grateful Dead Bluegrass Tribute.
Thursdays with Buddy Comfort
Buddy Comfort, is a cosmic folk singer, heart minstrel, alchemical balladeer, songwriter, composer, performer, recording artist, and singing circle leader. He sings songs from the heart about nature, life and love. He plays piano, keyboards, guitar, hurdy gurdy, zither, tamboura, and Native American drum. He has also performed on programs with such visionaries as Margaret Mead, Carl Rogers, Ram Das, Gerald Jampolsky, Swami Satchidananda, Shakti Gawain, Michael Murphy, Buckminster Fuller, and Robert Mueller.