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Wednesday March 16 2022
 8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
 
•••  21 AND OVER
$15 in advance / $18 at the door
Willy Tea Taylor  & The Fellership
willyteataylor.com/
 americana country folk
The Turkey Buzzards     
www.theturkeybuzzards.com/
 americana  alt-country
Awahnichi    
awahnichi.bandcamp.com/
 dark gothic indie rock



Willy Tea Taylor  & The Fellership
-frm Oakdale, CA
-Willy Tea Taylor is a father, brother, and son. His remarkable ability to sing about profound subjects in a simple way makes his songs a great place to lose yourself. Much of that comes from his upbringing.

Willy grew up surrounded by rolling hills and horses in the small town of Oakdale, California. Known as the “Cowboy Capital of the World” for breeding so many world champion rodeo cowboys, Oakdale is still Willy’s home and the setting for many of his songs.

Despite coming from a long line of cattlemen – his grandfather Walt was one of the most respected of his generation – Willy’s first love was baseball. As a catcher, he had a gift for the nuances of calling a game from behind the plate. When a knee injury ended his ability to catch, Willy turned his attention to music.

At the age of 18, a discerning and intimate set by Greg Brown at the Strawberry Music Festival inspired Willy to pursue life as a folk singer. Strawberry would play an integral role in Willy’s development as a musician, going from spectator to stagehand, to performer. He made his main stage debut with his band the Good Luck Thrift Store Outfit at the 2009 festival. In 2015, Willy made his solo debut on the main stage. Willy has charmed fans at some of the best festivals in the country.

Willy calls John Hartford, Roscoe Holcomb, Bob Dylan, KISS, Weird Al Yankovic and Willie Nelson his biggest influences, but is always quick to advocate for his favorite contemporary songwriters which include Tom VandenAvond, Nathan Moore, and his Good Luck partner in crime, Chris Doud. He and VandenAvond have travelled the country together on a series of tours they call “Searchin’ for Guy Clark’s Kitchen” where each evening’s show is just a precursor to an endless quest for the kind of serene late night scene depicted in the cult classic documentary Heartworn Highways.




The Turkey Buzzards 
-from Morro Bay, CA
-The Turkey Buzzards are an americana folk outlaw country band. Much like the duo themselves, the songs range near and far. From the sticky humidity of North Carolina to the dusty cellars of the West, The Turkey Buzzards tell simplistic stories that unravel through gritty vocals and thoughtful harmonies.




Awahnichi
-from Merced, CA
-Awahnichi achieves a rare victory for true storytellers with poetic tales of sorrow and beauty.

RC, the former frontman for Merced California’s El Olio Wolof spins yarns about animals, love and death.

Awahnichi's songs are patient, tender and simple and they capture crowds with the profound
meaning of the stories they share.