5745 Old Redwood Hwy.
Penngrove, CA 94951
$10 - $25
Enjoy a groovin’ Sonoma autumn afternoon when The Well Known Strangers bring their brand of country soul to close out theTwin Oaks Backyard BBQ Summer Concert Series on Sunday, October 20. Revelers can enjoy a late afternoon of live music, craft beer and top-notch barbecue straight off the grill – a perfectway to enjoy a warm fall afternoon. Doors open at 3 pm for the 4 pm, all-ages show. Tickets are $10 for concert only or $25 with barbecue and a beer and available online at Hopmonk.com/twin-oaks/.
On the heels of the release of their new album TMI, The Well Known Strangers feature special guestAmber Morris (Tim Hockenberry, Eric Martin Band, Mark Karan Band) on vocals;Mick Hellman (The Go To Hell Man Band) on drums and vocals; Joshua Zucker (The Jones Gang, Rowan Brothers, Poor Man’s Whiskey) on bass; Austin de Lone (Nick Lowe, Elvis Costello, The Fabulous Thunderbirds) on keys; David Noble (Poor Man's Whiskey)and emerging talent (and repeat world champion cyclist) Rob Anderson on guitars.For additional information on the band, photos, videos and a list of upcoming gigs, please visit TheWellKnownStrangers.com.
WHAT: The Well Known Strangers play Twin Oaks Backyard BBQ Summer Concert Series
WHERE: Twin Oaks Roadhouse, 5745 Old Redwood Hwy., Penngrove, CA
WHEN: Sunday, October 20;Doors 3 pm; Music 4 pm
Amber Morris (Tim Hockenberry, Eric Martin Band, Mark Karan Band) on vocals
Mick Hellman (The Go To Hell Man Band) on drums and vocals
Joshua Zucker (The Jones Gang, Rowan Brothers, Poor Man’s Whiskey) on bass
Austin de Lone (Nick Lowe, Elvis Costello, The Fabulous Thunderbirds) on keys
David Noble (Poor Man's Whiskey) on lead guitar, vocals
Rob Anderson (emerging talent and repeat world champion cyclist) on guitars
TICKETS: $10 General Admission; $25 Show and BBQ
$2 fee at door
INFO: Please visit hopmonk.com/twin-oaks/.
About Twin Oaks Roadhouse
THE CROSSROADS OF LIVE BEER AND FRESH MUSIC Charm and character have accumulated at this very spot since 1924, making the Twin Oaks a place where stories are told and made. Whatever your definition of a tavern, honky tonk or roadhouse, rest assured there’s a bit of each in here. Take a break travelers. There’s a bar, a fireplace, a kitchen, a backyard and a dance floor.