Tunes on Tuesday – High Lonesome Strings Bluegrass Jam

 

Stonefield Cellars hosts the  High Lonesome Strings Bluegrass Association Jam – 7:00 -10:00 pm

– Members and prospective members welcomed! If you have

questions about this event, contact Natalie at 336-689-4071.

For more information about High Lonesome Strings, visit

http://www.highlonesomestrings.org

Bring your instruments or just come to listen – either way, it’s always a

great time! Wine, beer, and non-alcoholic beverages are for sale during

the session.

 

Photo by Levi Austin

Tunes on Tuesday – High Lonesome Strings Bluegrass Jam

 

Stonefield Cellars hosts the  High Lonesome Strings Bluegrass Association Jam – 7:00 -10:00 pm

– Members and prospective members welcomed! If you have

questions about this event, contact Natalie at 336-689-4071.

For more information about High Lonesome Strings, visit

http://www.highlonesomestrings.org

Bring your instruments or just come to listen – either way, it’s always a

great time! Wine, beer, and non-alcoholic beverages are for sale during

the session.

 

Photo by Levi Austin

Tunes on Tuesday – High Lonesome Strings Bluegrass Jam

 

Stonefield Cellars hosts the  High Lonesome Strings Bluegrass Association Jam – 7:00 -10:00 pm

– Members and prospective members welcomed! If you have

questions about this event, contact Natalie at 336-689-4071.

For more information about High Lonesome Strings, visit

http://www.highlonesomestrings.org

Bring your instruments or just come to listen – either way, it’s always a

great time! Wine, beer, and non-alcoholic beverages are for sale during

the session.

 

Photo by Levi Austin

Tunes on Tuesday – High Lonesome Strings Bluegrass Jam

 

Stonefield Cellars hosts the  High Lonesome Strings Bluegrass Association Jam – 7:00 -10:00 pm

– Members and prospective members welcomed! If you have

questions about this event, contact Natalie at 336-689-4071.

For more information about High Lonesome Strings, visit

http://www.highlonesomestrings.org

Bring your instruments or just come to listen – either way, it’s always a

great time! Wine, beer, and non-alcoholic beverages are for sale during

the session.

 

Photo by Levi Austin

Tunes on Tuesday – High Lonesome Strings Bluegrass Jam

 

Stonefield Cellars hosts the  High Lonesome Strings Bluegrass Association Jam – 7:00 -10:00 pm

– Members and prospective members welcomed! If you have

questions about this event, contact Natalie at 336-689-4071.

For more information about High Lonesome Strings, visit

http://www.highlonesomestrings.org

Bring your instruments or just come to listen – either way, it’s always a

great time! Wine, beer, and non-alcoholic beverages are for sale during

the session.

 

Photo by Levi Austin

Sippin’ and Readin’ Book Club Meeting

bookfood10 - Photo by Mike De Sisti / MDESISTI@JOURNALSENTINEL.COM  

We encourage you to join us for lively discussion paired with wonderful wine (available for purchase during the meeting).

Some folks bring snacks to share and enjoy during the meeting.

Call Natalie if you have questions – 336-689-4071.  

New members are always welcome!

Book to be discussed this evening:

August 2nd -The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh

Songwriter Sunday Concert – Barrel Room – Four Fabulous Songwriters!

Host Kris Ferris

 

Songwriter Sunday Concert – 3-5 pm –   $10.00 Cover charge (tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance – call 336-644-9908).

Come enjoy some wine & live music by the best of our local songwriting talent! Kris Ferris hosts this performance melange, with FOUR singer/songwriters performing his or her songs in the round. They will also take you behind the scenes and learn what inspires their compositions, the stories behind the songs and the process of song writing through each songwriter’s eyes and experience. It is an interactive event and audience participation is encouraged (but please be respectful and don’t converse with your neighbor while the artists are speaking or singing).

Also note:  If this is your first time visiting and you would like to do a tasting before the event, we suggest you come at least 30-45 minutes before to allow for a relaxed tasting experience.  Tastings are conducted in our Tasting Room.  You will be served there and when the door opens for the Songwriter Performance, you will then be seated in the Barrel Room.  Tasting Fee is $10.00 for 7 wines and a signature wine glass.

Songwriters Featured:    

 

Bryan Toney is taking folk rock to the edge as a North Carolina alternative folk rock singer songwriter whose voice echoes soft and sweet with strong, hard-driving guitar toe-tapping riffs and intensely personal original lyrics, loaded with vibrant imagery that moves you – body, mind and soul. His music has been compared to greats such as Bread, Gordon Lightfoot, R.E.M. And more. Playing in breweries, coffee houses, listening rooms and other venues, his music appeals to centennials, millennials, gen-xers and baby boomers alike. In 2017, he released his debut solo album, “With a Y”, available on iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, Bandcamp and more.

 

Raleigh-based singer-songwriter Leah Kaufman serves up songs with melodies that stick like glue and lyrics that keep you riveted with the unexpected story – Dorothy after Oz, the Don Quixote saga from his horse Rocinante’s perspective. An accomplished finger-style guitar player as well as fine flat-picker, her music may slide between Americana, folk, bluegrass, swing, and blues but they share a common core of exqui­site lyrics, fine guitar work, a clear strong voice, and songs you’ll want to hear again and again.

 

Isabel Taylor is a singer-songwriter whose foundation in 60s and 70s acoustic folk music informs her musical style and songwriting. Her songs are personal, yet universal and relatable — she delivers them with a clear, confident voice. Her debut CD, Awake Again, released in June 2016, reached number 15 on the Folk DJ chart in January 2017.

“…A new voice that is confident and pure and original songs that are assured and authentically delivered. Disarming and vulnerable like a Nanci Griffith, seasoned and rich like a Mary Chapin Carpenter….”

–            Erik Balkey, Hudson Harding Music

 

Doug Baker has been a performing musician in Greensboro for almost 40 years. Since receiving his degree in Music Theory from UNCG in 1978, he has participated in performances as wide ranging as rock bands, free improvisation ensembles, and old-time string bands.  Since shifting his focus to songwriting and solo performance a few years ago, Doug has performed at venues such as Doodad Farm, The Carrboro Music Festival, Art in the Arboretum, and Dunleath Porchfest. He also has over 30 guitar and ukulele students, split between The Music Center at City Arts and Greensboro Day School.

Sippin’ and Readin’ Book Club Meeting

bookfood10 - Photo by Mike De Sisti / MDESISTI@JOURNALSENTINEL.COM  

NOTE:  This is a special meeting date (2nd Thursday instead of 1st Thursday of the month) due to the 1st Thursday being so close to the 4th of July Holiday.

We encourage you to join us for lively discussion paired with wonderful wine (available for purchase during the meeting).

Some folks bring snacks to share and enjoy during the meeting.

Call Natalie if you have questions – 336-689-4071.  

New members are always welcome!

Book to be discussed this evening:

July 5th – Capital Gains by Chip Gains

Tunes on Tuesday – High Lonesome Strings Bluegrass Jam

 

Stonefield Cellars hosts the  High Lonesome Strings Bluegrass Association Jam – 7:00 -10:00 pm

– Members and prospective members welcomed! If you have

questions about this event, contact Natalie at 336-689-4071.

For more information about High Lonesome Strings, visit

http://www.highlonesomestrings.org

Bring your instruments or just come to listen – either way, it’s always a

great time! Wine, beer, and non-alcoholic beverages are for sale during

the session.

 

Photo by Levi Austin

High Lonesome Strings Bluegrass Assoc. Monthly Meeting and Concert

 

2:30 – 3:30 Concert, 3:30 – 6:00 pm Jam Session –  Come out and enjoy live Bluegrass by Hotwax and the Splinters – bring your instrument to join in the jam after the concert!

 The concert will be held outdoors in our terraced garden/patio area.  Some tables will be available (with umbrellas) but feel free to bring your lawn chairs also.  Jamming will be outdoors and also indoors (in the Barrel Room) for those needing air conditioning.

High Lonesome Strings Bluegrass Association Monthly Meeting is open to members and prospective members. Stonefield Cellars Winery guests are also invited to enjoy the music and learn all about our wonderful bluegrass community!

Wine, Beer, and non-alcoholic beverages available for purchase. 

Note:  This event is sponsored by the High Lonesome Strings Bluegrass Association and Stonefield Cellars Winery.  Information about High Lonesome Strings Bluegrass Association will be available for those wanting to learn more about our local bluegrass community and how you can stay connected through membership.

About the band:

“We are a Bluegrass Band that is made up of 5 very unique and different musicians. Up until just about a year ago, we didn’t even know each other and now we spend most weekends performing together! Playng bluegrass for over 20 years, this is the 3rd Generation of Hotwax and the Splinters. We are a Traditional Bluegrass Band, first and foremost, but Clyde’s Originals will have you singing along in no time! The band name comes from an old timey way of extracting a splinter from your finger or toe.

Known as the “Firecracker” & jumpin’ from one side of the stage to the other is Clyde Lewis on the Lead Vocals & Mandolin, Lead Vocalist/Guitarist Ed Renn, Nathan Farlow on the Dobro/Vocals, and on the Doghouse Bass/Vocals is Jeff Rumsey. Our newest edition to the group, is “Award Winning” David Medlin on the 5 String Banjo! Hotwax and the Splinters has been picking for years now with band members changing over time, but always remaining an entertaining group! For those of you that LOVE Bluegrass, you’ll LOVE us! For those of you that don’t like bluegrass, you just ain’t seen us yet! We guarantee it.”