Events

Annual Love the Forest Benefit Concert

Feb 17, 2018 - 7:00 PM-10:00 PM
Outer Aisle
164 E Hwy
Murphys Ca    (Directions)

 

“LOVE THE FOREST” ROCKS MURPHYS!
Mark your calendars for the 16th annual Love the Forest Concert at our New Location at the Outer Aisle in Murphys, Saturday, February 17, beginning at 7pm.

Bill Welles band: The Bill Welles Band playful alluring combination of vocals, guitars, mandolin, pedal steel, bass & drums creates an experience that lifts your spirits and takes you home to your heart. Guitar and vocal virtuoso Bill Welles gently yet powerfully moves his audiences with his beautiful blend of inspiring fingerpicking and intimate vocals. Bill takes songs where they have never been before with passion and joy, and his original material is poignant and magical.
Bill Welles, Fred Treece on guitars, Larry Drummond on mandolin, Ron Schaner on bass with Ray Price rounding it out on drums. The Bill Welles Band will take you away with Americana, Blues, Folk and Rock & Roll!

Nathan Ignacio: Nathan Ignacio is a Folk/Blues/Americana Singer/Songwriter, Playing an extensive line up of instruments, many simultaneously during his shows and performances including guitar, dulcimer, mandolin, harmonica, percussions.
Based out of Central/Northern California Nathan has opened for legend BB King as well as Joe Craven and Lita Ford. He has also played at Strawberry music festival! Check out his Facebook page: Nathan Ignacio Musician/Band and Instagram: ramblinnate.

When: Saturday, February 17th at 7:00pm
Where: Outer Aisle at 164 E Hwy 4 in Murphys

Tickets Now available:
Tickets are $20 at the door, or $15 in advance, from one of the following outlets:
In Angels Camp: Aeolian Harp; In Arnold: SNAC;
In Murphys: Sustenance Books, SNAC & Murphys Music Company

FUNdraiser for: Ebbetts Pass Forest Watch [501c (3)]
http://www.forestwatchers.org/ or visit our Facebook page
The mission of Ebbetts Pass Forest Watch is to protect, promote and restore healthy forest and watersheds to maintain the quality of life in the Sierra Nevada.