Announcing the 2017 OutWest Concert Series
SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series is excited to announce the 2017 lineup of events! All concerts are held at the Repertory East Playhouse, located at 24266 Main Street in Newhall. Will Call opens 7 p.m., and the concerts begin at 8 p.m. General Admission costs $25, and for members of WMACC $20. Tell us you saw this article in The Magazine of Santa Clarita and save $5! For reservations, please call 661-347-9700.
Friday, February 24
An Evening with The Hanson Family
The stage comes to life with the energy, talent and enthusiasm of Lisa, Theresa and Daniel Hanson. Dazzling audiences everywhere with new and fresh arrangements, this dynamic trio brings you the best of Western Swing, yodeling mastery, rousing fiddle tunes and blazing harmony combined with humor and audience participation. Calling Oregon home, this is their first Santa Clarita appearance.
Friday, March 24
An Evening with Walden Dahl
Walden Dahl is one of the finest Bluegrass and Country Western musicians around today. He recreates all of your favorite Bluegrass and Old Time Western hits that will have you tappin’ and clappin’ along. Walden Dahl has written songs for such Bluegrass stars as Ralph Stanley and Alison Krauss and has performed all over the world. His band’s song selections range from traditional Americana, 50s Oldies, Bluegrass and Country. He crafts hits into country-spun hay covered gems. If you are a fan of Bill Monroe, Sons of the Pioneers or Gene Autry, then you’ll love Walden Dahl!
Wednesday, April 19
(General Admission $30.00, WMACC Members $25.00)
An evening with the Queen of the West and the Sage of the Prairie, Mary Kaye and Joe Herrington. Kick off your 2017 Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival Experience! Mary Kaye is an internationally acclaimed and multiple award-winning singer-songwriter. She is at ease with beautiful three-octave vocals and amazing musical dexterity as she sings well-loved classics along with award-winning originals. Her distinguished songwriting and vocal abilities combined with her magnetic stage presence, beautiful guitar playing and fun sense of humor make for a memorable performance.
Joe Herrington is a novelist and nationally acclaimed Cowboy Poet and Western Storyteller. His homespun stories and poems are told in the Western tradition of honor, courage and rugged characters. His original works not only entertain but also prod the soul with a truer understanding of the deep values and solid character of the American Cowboy.
Friday, June 23
An Evening with The Hot Texas Swing Band
With one boot in Cowboy music and the other in Swing, the Hot Texas Swing Band is continuing the trail previously led by artists such as Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys. Backed by a passion for traditional Western Swing, the Hot Texas Swing Band pushes the genre forward with fresh Rockabilly and Latin beats against original material for a new sound and high-energy live shows that have critics and fans raving. Calling Texas home, this is their first Los Angeles area appearance.
Friday, August 25
An Evening with John Zipperer
A former TV actor and stuntman, John Zipperer’s second chance came rolling down the highway of life while changing a tire for a friend along a busy Atlanta, GA freeway. Hit by a 10-wheel oil truck and flying 40 feet, John landed in the hospital. His doctor told him: “You should be dead!” This seemed like a clear sign that life is, or could be, too short. He packed all his belongings into his 1976 Camaro and headed to Los Angeles to pursue a life in music. It was ZipTime!
John’s clear voice, infectious melodies and heartfelt lyrics reach fans in places they don’t know exist. Soon everyone is singing along, chair dancing, head bobbing and clapping. Fans remark that pure joy is evident when the band is on stage – joy in their playing, joy for their audience, joy from their audience. John Zipperer delivers a unique and refreshing blend of rock, folk, country and blues.
Friday, October 27
An Evening with Almeda Bradshaw
Almeda Bradshaw is one of Montana’s talented Western singer songwriters. Her love and appreciation for the Western way of life is expressed in heartfelt songs that give voice to the westerner: cowboys, cowgirls, ranchers, farmers and more. A lifetime of writing and playing stringed instruments places her work above the ordinary. Clear vocals, a compelling stage presence and accomplished musicianship guarantee Almeda to be an audience favorite.
“Almeda Bradshaw’s focus and passion show through in all of her projects. Add in her songwriting, vocal and musical talents, and her albums stand far above the ordinary. Her latest effort, ‘Lovers, Wives & Mothers: A Western Woman’s Voice’ takes a deep look into Western life, and it shines. Painstaking production care is evident throughout. Love, hurt, history and truth are represented in this fine collection.” – Margo Metegrano, cowboypoetry.com
SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series is made possible by SCVTV, OutWest, Western Music Association California Chapter, The Magazine of Santa Clarita and the Repertory East Playhouse.
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