Redding Favorite Jakob Martin Headlines After-Party

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Vintage Wine Bar & Restaurant, aNewsCafe.com and HawkMan Studios
invite you to the

ArtHop After-Party
featuring live music by Jakob Martin

Most comfortable with a harmonica in his pocket and a piano nearby, Los Angeles singer-songwriter Jakob Martin was hailed by former JVibe Magazine as “revolutionizing” acoustic music. On his new EP and third studio recording, “Leave The Light On,” Jakob showcases his distinctly down-home edge of blues harp that cuts through a blend of piano-driven pop, rock and folk. Produced by Dan Diaz of Hypothetical Studios and mastered by Rueben Cohen of Lurssen Mastering, “Leave The Light On” was released independently on November 16, 2010.

… also Saturday, enjoy Vintage Wine Bar’s (all new) Menu

Click here to learn more about Jakob Martin.

What: ArtHop After-Party
Where: Vintage Wine Bar & Restaurant, 1790 Market Street, Redding, across from the Cascade Theater
When: Saturday, August 13 — from 9 p.m. to Late
Cost: No Cover

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 adamm.anewscafe@gmail.com.

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