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Vintage Wine Bar & Restaurant, aNewsCafe.com and HawkMan Studios
invite you to the
featuring live music by Rich Driver
Singer-songwriter Rich Driver takes the music he loves, alt-country, pop, and rock, and blends them into style he likes to call California roots pop. His songwriting influences range from the eclectic Harry Nilsson and Scott Walker to the modern craftsmen of Ryan Adams, Jeff Tweedy and Britt Daniel. Known for his catchy hooks, you will find yourself singing his songs in the least likely of places.
Raised on the beaches of Orange County and San Diego, Rich migrated to Northern California in the mid-1990s. There he co-founded the Tahoe-based blues-pop trio Blue House Burning and the Sacramento Music Award winning acid-jazz ensemble West Coast Rhythm Section. The bands played with established acts such as Charlie Hunter, Ozomatli, B-Side Players, Duke Robillard, Norton Buffalo, and Koko Taylor. After a brief hiatus to complete a masters program, he re-emerged in 2008 with his first self-titled solo release. His forthcoming EP, “Inside A Valley,” marks a new chapter in a dynamic career and is expected to be released in June of 2011.
… also Saturday, enjoy Vintage Wine Bar’s (ALL NEW) Menu
Click HERE to learn more about Rich Driver.
What: ArtHop After-Party
Where: Vintage Wine Bar & Restaurant, 1790 Market Street, Redding, across from the Cascade Theater
When: Saturday, July 9 — from 9 p.m. to Late
Cost: No Cover
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Adam Mankoski enjoys experiencing and writing about the people, places and things that embody the free spirit of the State of Jefferson. He and his partner own HawkMan Studios and are the creators of Redding’s 2nd Saturday ArtHop. Email your North State weekend events to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A News Cafe, founded in Shasta County by Redding, CA journalist Doni Greenberg, is the place for people craving local Northern California news, commentary, food, arts and entertainment. Views and opinions expressed here are not necessarily those of anewscafe.com.