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October Recipes: Cooking With Chambourcin!

October Recipes: Cooking With Chambourcin!
Cooking With... Chambourcin!
This flavorful red wine has been a Lehigh Valley favorite for years. But did you know that it's also a wonderful recipe item?
Venison With Chambourcin Sauce
Ingredients
  • 1 qt venison stock
  • 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/2 cup cider vinegar
  • olive oil
  • 1 cup Pinnacle Ridge Chambourcin wine
  • 1 lb venison top round, sliced in 1/4"-thick steaks
  • salt
  • black pepper, freshly ground
  • 1/4 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 oz. unsalted butter, clarified
Instructions
  1. Simmer stock in saucepan over medium heat; reduce by 50 percent
  2. Melt sugar in second pan over low heat until sugar turns amber.
  3. Stir cider vinegar into caramelized sugar until sugar dissolves; add to reduced stock.
  4. Simmer until only 2 cups of liquid remain; remove from heat; reserve.
  5. Heat oil in skillet until hot.
  6. Season venison steaks; dredge in flour; saute in pan until medium rare; transfer to platter.
  7. Drain excess oil from skillet; deglaze with wine; reduce by half; add stock/sauce reduction; reduce to 2 cups.
  8. Arrange venison on hot plates; nap with sauce.
 

An Interview with Pennlive! (Nov 22, 2017)

An Interview with Pennlive! (Nov 22, 2017)
Click here to read winemaker Brad's assessment of our 2017 vintage!

Sparkling Wine in the Lehigh Valley (Dec 29, 2015)

Sparkling Wine in the Lehigh Valley (Dec 29, 2015)
Click here to read winemaker Brad's interview about the production of sparkling wines!

The Lehigh Valley Becomes an AVA! (Apr 17, 2008)

The Lehigh Valley Becomes an AVA! (Apr 17, 2008)
Click Here to read about the Lehigh Valley becoming an officially recognized wine region in 2008!

Pinnacle Ridge Takes Home Some Medals! (Feb 22, 2017)

Pinnacle Ridge Takes Home Some Medals! (Feb 22, 2017)
Click Here to read the Reading Eagle article about our medal wins for 2017!

An Interview With The Reading Eagle! (May 25, 2017)

An Interview With The Reading Eagle! (May 25, 2017)
Click Here to read Winemaker Brad speaking to the Reading Eagle about the wine business in Berks County!

Winter Cocktail: Citrus Mulled Chardonnay

Winter Cocktail: Citrus Mulled Chardonnay
Serving Size: 6 -- Cook Time: 45 min -- Difficulty: Easy Ingredients
  • (1) bottle of Pinnacle Ridge Chardonnay
  • (1) orange, sliced (plus extra for garnish)
  • (1) cup water
  • (1/2) cup honey
  • (1) 1" piece of fresh ginger (peeled and sliced thin)
  • (3) whole sticks of cinnamon
  • (6) whole cloves
  • (1/2) cup cranberries (optional)
Directions
  1. Combine the fruit, water, honey, ginger, cinnamon, and cloves in a saucepan and simmer over medium heat for 10 min. Stir gently to dissolve the honey.
  2. Remove the saucepan from the heat and add the Chardonnay to the spice and fruit mixture. Cover the pan and allow the wine to mull for half an hour.
  3. Strain the mulled wine through a mesh strainer to remove the cooked fruit and spices.
  4. Stir and ladle your hot mulled wine into mugs or wine glasses. Garnish with a cinnamon stick and a slice of orange, and serve!
 

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Winter Warmer Weekend

January 13 - 14 | Noon - 5
Winter Warmer Weekend

January 13 - 14

12 - 5 pm

Starting to feel a little cabin-feverish? Why not spend an afternoon in our cozy Wine Loft, sipping on hearty soup and toasty red wine!

Trè Locally Sourced is a Lehigh Valley favorite. You loved their food at our summer concerts – now try their original version of that old time-honored classic, Moroccan lentil stew! Chef Tim has concocted his very own special recipe, using organic, locally-sourced lentils and other vegetables – as well as an array of “warming spices” – think cinnamon, cumin, garlic, and turmeric! This zesty treat is sure to warm you up both inside and out. (And also provide a wonderful source of protein!) The soup will be paired with your choice of: 2016 Chambourcin (light-bodied, with aromas of cherry and smoke) 2016 Quaff (semi-sweet, fruity, and easy to drink!)

Harvest Weekend

September 9 - 10 | Saturday 11am - 5pm, Sunday noon - 5

"The Butcher, the Baker, the Winemaker!" 

Fall is almost here... the Lehigh Valley's vineyards are ripe and ready to be picked... and we would like to celebrate yet another harvest!

We welcome our friends, neighbors, and everyone else for two afternoons of food & wine pairings, as well as live entertainment.

These pairings are complimentary! (Standard wine tastings will still cost $5.)

Chambourcin Weekend

October 14 - 15 | Saturday 11am - 5pm, Sunday noon - 5
Chambourcin Weekend

What is "Chambourcin?" It's a grape!

Specifically, it's a red grape that grows very well in the cooler climate of Pennsylvania. It has found a loving home in the Lehigh Valley, where we have fermented it into an array of bold and exciting wines!

Chambourcin is the only grape that's grown by everyone on the Lehigh Valley wine trail. Also, it's famous for its ability to pair with hearty meals - like steaks and stews!

So join us for a weekend of complimentary food & wine pairings, featuring the distinct flavors of Chambourcin.

(Standard wine tastings will still cost $5.)

Nouveau Weekend

November 18 - 19 | Saturday 11am - 5pm, Sunday noon - 5
Nouveau Weekend
"Nouveau" is a beloved French tradition, wherein winemakers offer their fans a preview of the upcoming vintage, by bottling a very young version of their wines, only a few weeks after harvest has ended. Our celebration has a little more of a German flavor, though. We will be offering some delicious wine and food pairings, auf Deutsch! More info to come. Check back soon!

Wine & Chocolate Weekends

February 10 - 18 | Noon - 5
Wine & Chocolate Weekends
Join us in our romantic Wine Loft as we celebrate the world's most classic couple - wine and chocolate! Once again, we'll be teaming up with our good friends from the Stony Run Inn in Kempton, PA. And they have come up with an ingenious concoction! Salted Caramel Apple Cups A chewy blondie embedded with cinnamon apples, delicately infused with caramel, and topped with a sweet crumble, drizzled chocolate and sea salt. They taste like little bites of apple pie! The tartness of the apple counterpoints the sweetness of the caramel, while the sea salt rounds out the flavor, achieving a beautifully balanced treat. This perfectly complements a sweet white wine without overpowering the delicate notes. We'll be pairing it with our Blanc de Blanc sparkling wine (which just won a Governor’s Cup at the 2018 Pennsylvania Farm show!); or our ever-popular 2016 Cayuga. Tickets In Advance - $10 Day of Event - $12 Click Here to order tickets online!

Vino in the Valley

March 3 - 25 | Saturday 11am - 5pm, Sunday noon - 5
Vino in the Valley
Join us for a month of tasting adventure! Every weekend, we are offering delectable wine and food pairings in our Loft. This year, we will be collaborating with our good friends, the culinary geniuses at the Stony Run Inn in Kempton, PA! All month long we will be celebrating our region’s German heritage, which is rich in both wine and food. Passports are available in our Tasting Room! (Cash or check only, please.) Or click here to order them online.   WEEKENDS 1 & 3 (March 3-4, 17-18) THE FOOD: German Snappy Meatball A tender meatball nestled on a bed of fluffy, creamy mashed potatoes, and smothered with a tomato ginger sauce that’s slightly sweet. This is the perfect combination of sweet and heat! Krauter Spätzle What is Spätzle? It’s a German noodle! And we have made it into a delicious salad, tossed with fresh, crunchy herbs and vegetables… Add some swiss cheese and bacon for the savory notes; and for a tiny tartness, we’ve dressed it with a light, white wine vinegar. WEEKENDS 2 & 4 (March 10-11, 24-25) THE FOOD: Reuben Slider Our new take on the old classic sandwich! Sauteed pastrami, melted swiss cheese, tangy sauerkraut and thousand island dressing create a tapestry of taste between fresh, zesty pieces of rye and pumpernickel bread. German Beer Cheddar Soup Need to warm up a little? How about this rich cheddar cheese soup infused with spices and a German Dortmunder (mildly hoppy, pale golden lager). To add softness to the texture, we have stirred in some finely chopped onions and carrots! All foods will be paired with your choice of: Grüner Veltliner (Silver Medal: Los Angeles, Finger Lakes) The nose is dominated by fresh cut green apple, with a hint of white pepper and citrus. In the mouth you will feel a little spritz and a medium-bodied wine with a soft finish. The flavors follow the aromas, and the fresh apple and white pepper really come through at the end. Riesling This classic German grape produces an aromatic, slightly sweet wine. The bouquet is dominated by apple, pear, and peach. The wine finishes with a hint of sweetness and pairs wonderfully with light dishes.

Taste of Spring!

April 21 - 22 | Noon - 5
Taste of Spring!
You may think our winery is quiet through the winter - but that's just not the case! The wines have been hard at work fermenting, and now they are ready to be tasted. All are invited to join us in a celebration of new vintages! 2017 Dry Rosé 2017 Dry Riesling 2017 Naked Chardonnay We will also be pouring a very special cocktail - a MARGARITA made with our brand new Naked Chardonnay! You can sample it in our Wine Loft, and even stay awhile and sip on a glass! ($5, cash only please.) Copies of the margarita recipe will be available to anybody who wants one!

Hillbilly Souls featuring Scott Marshall

May 19 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Hillbilly Souls featuring Scott Marshall
"The Hillbilly Souls have been paving a reputation for themselves by delivering authentic doses of true, heartfelt, real life, get it right, feel good, foot stompin', Northern grilled & a lil' Southern fried Americana spiced roots music. Their ability to combine elements of rock, country, blues and bluegrass, and continually offer generous helpings at every show is proving to be fresh recipes that have people of all ages, titles, and musical tastes cheering and coming back for more." See them performing in action here! FOOD TRUCK: Aioli.

George Kilby Jr + James Supra Band

May 26 | 2 - 8:30 pm
George Kilby Jr + James Supra Band
$5 COVER
2 - 5 pm : George Kilby Jr
"I play rough-cut American roots music. My lyrics cut to the heart of things with no apologies. Blues was, and is, important to me. Pinetop Perkins probably taught me more about playing music than anyone. I grew up listening to the Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynrd, and Outlaw Country. If you listen, you can hear that in my music. But hopefully, you will mostly hear me. But there are some diverse ingredients in the gumbo that makes up my music." More info here!
5:30 - 8:30 pm : James Supra Band

James Supra, Al Wanamaker, Dave Smith, and Mitch Shelly join together to bring you one of the Lehigh Valley's most dynamic rock bands. Every time they play here, they pack the house and get everyone on their feet! Don't miss out on some fierce playing, topped by Supra's soaring harmonica!

Check out some of their performances! FOOD TRUCK: The Sticky Pig.

Appalachian Gypsy Tribe + Flux Capacitor

June 2 | 2 - 8:30 pm
Appalachian Gypsy Tribe + Flux Capacitor
$10 COVER
2 - 5 : Appalachian Gypsy Tribe
The Appalachian Gypsy Tribe sound transcends the spectrum of music from one end to the next. Their creative songwriting touches down on multiple genres before soaring off again on a psychedelic sound craft. The band began playing together in July of 2012. Since then, AGT has exploded into Pennsylvania venues and festivals; gaining momentum and expanding their family base with a wide range of music styling and infectious songwriting. With each song, AGT brings a fresh and new atmosphere to the table. Their compositions are carefully layered with thick harmonies, intricate musical movements, deep rooted stories, and uplifting lyrics. Improvisation moves one song into the next, leaving a surprise around every corner. Check them out here!
5:30 - 8:30 : Flux Capacitor
This band of brothers consistently inspire and evoke a new and wildly addicting sound resonating with elements of rock, improvisation and electronica. They redefine musicality with positive prophetic vocals, complex guitar work, innovative keys/synths/bass stylings, with feverish syncopated drum rhythms. Flux Capacitor concerts are filled with improvisation, musical segues, spontaneous covers, and teases creating a unique, one of a kind experience at every performance. Check them out here! FOOD TRUCK: Take-a-Taco.

Serene Green

June 9 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Serene Green
$5 COVER
Serene Green is a 4-piece bluegrass band from Eastern Pennsylvania, which began over a shared love for traditional bluegrass, but also a desire to impact the natural evolution of the music with its own songs. Serene Green performances include mostly original songs, with an occasional traditional bluegrass song or fiddle tune. Serene Green is on a mission to keep bluegrass music alive and well, with a vibrant sound emphasizing instrumental prowess and soaring 3-part harmonies. Check out their tunes here! FOOD TRUCK: V & C.

Craig Thatcher Band

June 16 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Craig Thatcher Band
$5 COVER
"With both worldwide recognition and a slew of Lehigh Valley Music Awards, the Craig Thatcher Band has a well earned reputation for blending classic rock and blues standards with impressive original tunes, all with a joy of playing that's up front and bold. Wayde Leonard's rich vocals and solid bass and Don Plowman's unlimited expertise on the drums only take Craig's breathtaking guitar work to greater heights. Hey, they're the best!" "The Craig Thatcher Band has been entertaining audiences with their exciting brand of blues/rock music since 1993. This is a must-see-live performing band; their on-stage energy and confidence is explosive!" Check out a live performance here! FOOD TRUCK: Smokehouse.

Sweet Ember

June 23 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Sweet Ember

Katrina Ambron is the power house vocals for Sweet Ember. She provides amazing sound and emotion in every song, while entertaining the crowd with her energetic personality.

Sweet Ember is a pop/rock/funk band from Lancaster, PA. They play covers from '70s to current hits, as well as their own catchy tunes!

Check them out here!

FOOD TRUCK: Aioli.

Rock ‘n’ Ridge Weekend

June 30 - 1 | 2 - 8:30 pm
Rock ‘n’ Ridge Weekend
One weekend, four great bands!
$5 COVER
SATURDAY
2 - 5 pm : Alex Mery and The Townsmen As an independent emerging folk-rock band from the east coast, they perform punk rock inspired folk tunes. Alex Mery and the Townsmen are mainly influenced by artists such as Nickel Creek, Billy Bragg, Against Me!, Woody Guthrie, Gregory Alan Isakov, Bad Religion and many more. The group has been featured in Fig Magazine, The Mike Zambelli Show on Service Electric, and played on Spin Radio 107.1. Their notable festival performances include Musikfest, Maydaze, Mayriffic, Easton Heritage Day, and Nightingale Blossom Fest. 5:30 - 8:30 pm : The Youngers Hailing from southeastern Pennsylvania, The Youngers were founded in 1999. They have recorded at the Cash Cabin in Tennessee, with an all-star lineup of guest musicians including Laura Cash on fiddle, Ronnie McCoury of the Del McCoury Band on mandolin, and the late pedal-steel legend Ralph Mooney. They have shared stages with the late Levon Helm at one of his famed “Midnight Rambles,” as well as opening for Marty Stuart, Lee Rocker, David Allen Coe and Wayne Hancock. Their music has been featured on NPR, Sirius Radio, and Cowboy Jack Clement’s Radio Show. Heritage also received glowing reviews by Vintage Guitar Magazine and the Philadelphia Inquirer. FOOD TRUCK: Stuffed to the Grills
$5 COVER
SUNDAY
2 - 5 pm : Swamp Guard Swamp Guard is a folkish style band from Macungie, PA. They play a mix of their original songs and cover songs from the 70s, 80s, 90s, and today. They consist of two guitar players and a violin player. The band is very fun and high energy live. 5:30 - 8:30 pm : Uncle Jake & the 18 Wheel Gang “Blazing an unrivaled path through the local Pennsylvanian bar and festival scene… the Gang can be seen performing songs that have traditionally been originals, alongside some more tunes that are originally traditionals that can be heard reverberating out of the heart of most town and city folk alike, from any mountain tavern, campfire, or late night stage across this side of the continent." FOOD TRUCK: Pop's Original Screamer Sauce

Frog Holler

July 7 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Frog Holler
$5 COVER

“Great songwriting, deliriously entertaining live act”— The Village Voice

“Neo-hillbillies with a twist, Frog Holler plays mountain blues and country as accessible and modern as the most hummable pop”— The Washington Post

“Some of the most rollicking, heartfelt country rock songs this side of Nashville”— Brian Howard, The Philadelphia City Paper

“Works brooding soundscapes as easily as classic bluegrass with an ear catching shimmer." - Paste Magazine

Check them out here!

Trouble City All-Stars

July 14 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Trouble City All-Stars

Over the past 6 years Trouble City has been turning heads and tuning in ears from all over the region with its own brand of original roots/rocksteady/reggae. Trouble City blends old sounds of traditional reggae with some more modern aspects to accomplish a solid sound to get your feet moving. Trouble City has put out three albums and has played with the likes of Stephen Marley, The Wailers, Badfish, Matt and Kim, Flux Capacito, the Dirty Heads, Dr. Dog, the 7 walkers, Railroad earth and more!

More info here!

James Supra Trio

July 21 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
James Supra Trio

downloadIt's Supra unplugged! See one of your favorite Lehigh Valley bluesmen performing a laid-back, intimate version of his soulful sets!

Check it out here!

FOOD TRUCK: Aioli.

Oklahoma Dan

July 28 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Oklahoma Dan

The Oklahoma Dan Band has been entertaining the Northeast since 1974. They have toured 48 of the 50 states but they remain a local PA band. They are a diverse professional act playing Country Rock, Rock-a-billy & acoustic contemporary music.

ODB has had the opportunity to open for many outstanding professional acts including - Bonnie Raitt, George Jones, Ricky Skaggs, John Anderson, the Nitty Gritty Dirty Band, Mark Chesnutt, Steve Wariner, Three Dog Nite & The James Gang over the years. They are dedicated to giving you a nite of good copy & original music as only ODB can deliver.

FOOD TRUCK: The Sticky Pig.

Craig Thatcher & Nyke Van Wyk

August 10 | 6 - 9 pm
Craig Thatcher & Nyke Van Wyk
Regardless of the location or size of venue in which they perform, Craig Thatcher and Nyke Van Wyk will have their audience at the edge of their seats with every note.  The dynamics and energy of their performance captivate listeners of all ages with a unique blend of styles ranging from blues to rock, fingerstyle to celtic and everything in between.  These award winning musicians deliver their exciting sets with a vast selection of both original pieces as well as many songs you will certainly recognize, but performed in a way you'll only be able to experience with Craig and Nyke. Check them out here! FOOD TRUCK: Gourmand Cafe.

Sweet Ember Is Back!

August 18 | 5 - 8 pm
Sweet Ember Is Back!

Katrina Ambron is the power house vocals for Sweet Ember. She provides amazing sound and emotion in every song, while entertaining the crowd with her energetic personality.

Sweet Ember is a pop/rock/funk band from Lancaster, PA. They play covers from '70s to current hits, as well as their own catchy tunes!

FOOD TRUCK: Tre Locally Sourced.

Blues in the Barn

September 1 - 2 | 1:30 - 8 pm
Blues in the Barn
ONE WEEKEND - FOUR GREAT BANDS!
Saturday
$5 COVER
1:30 - 4:30 : Roi & the Secret People
Armed with all original music, RSP has played such renowned clubs as Rockwood Music Hall, Mercury Lounge and Arlene’s Grocery in New York City and The World Live Cafe, The Northstar Bar, The Tin Angel, and The Legendary Dobbs in Philadelphia. Their newly released 2nd album, Phoenix, blends Roi’s pop sensibilities with an alternative rock twist mired in sounds from the likes of Nick Lowe to Tom Petty. Roi has been known to say that all he needs is a good bottle of bourbon, a good cigar, and a guitar to create the kind of true-blue, sexy, and salt-of-the earth music that has captivated audiences up and down the Eastern seaboard. Check them out here!
5 - 8 : The Dana Gaynor Band
The Dana Gaynor Band (DGB) is an internationally acclaimed, award winning jam band lead by female guitarist, producer, singer/songwriter Dana Gaynor, and her partner in crime, bassist, singer/songwriter Tony "T-Bone" Mancino. Frank Zelasny ("Frankie Z"), drummer, singer/songwriter, provides a solid foundation for this adventurous band. DGB has roots in a variety of musical genres including blues, rock, funk, jazz, and psychedelic. The free form nature of each performance, with originals and select cover material infused into their sets, has been called a "Tapers' delight" and produces a closer relationship between the band and their audience from show to show. Check them out here! FOOD TRUCK: Smokehouse.
SUNDAY
$5 COVER
1:30 - 4:30 : Sterling Koch Band
Sterling Koch is a nationally recognized guitarist and guitar instructor. For the past 17 years, from 2000 to present, he has been known for his blues guitar prowess on both 6 string guitar and lap steel guitar, releasing a dozen albums of varying blues styles. Currently he is returning to his instrumental guitar roots for which he was recognized for over a decade, from 1989 to 2000, during which time he released 4 albums of instrumental guitar music and an instrumental Christmas album. He was also featured in Guitar World and Guitar for the Practicing Musician Magazine. Sterling has opened for a variety of national acts including Savoy Brown, Lita Ford, Johnny Winter All Star Band, Shemekia Copeland, Rick Derringer, Steepwater Band, Poppa Chubby and more... Check them out here!
5 - 8 : James Supra Band
James Supra, Al Wanamaker, Dave Smith, and Mitch Shelly join together to bring you one of the Lehigh Valley's most dynamic rock bands. Every time they play here, they pack the house and get everyone on their feet! Don't miss out on some fierce playing, topped by Supra's soaring harmonica! Check them out here! FOOD TRUCK: Stuffed to the Grills.

Swift Technique

September 8 | 4 - 7 pm
Swift Technique
$5 COVER
Swift Technique, Philadelphia’s fiery funk extravaganza, is sprinting into their ninth year at full speed! Their unique blend of funk, soul, rock, hip-hop and relentless showmanship has propelled the group into their most successful period to date. Featuring the powerhouse vocal tandem of Chelsea ViaCava and Nik Greeley, as well as bombastic horns, thunderous bass and drums, driving guitar and keys, and more dance moves than you can shake a booty at - Swift Tech’s live performances are unmatched in energy, musicianship and pure feel-good fun. And with a recent appearance on the award winning Netflix series, Orange is the New Black, the group is commanding national attention. FOOD TRUCK: Gourmand Cafe.

Dave Fields Band

September 22 | 4 - 7 pm
Dave Fields Band
Dave grew up in New York City, the son of a noted gifted composer arranger producer Sammy “Forever” Fields. From the time Dave was young he grew up in his father’s recording studio being exposed to artists such as the likes of Sammy Kahn, Rupert Holmes and Stevie Wonder. Dave Fields live is an electrifying experience. His soulful singing is punctuated with a performance of guitar virtuosity, blues, rock and beyond. His song writing stylings will keep you reeling as well as his power as an entertainer. Each performance is unique unto themselves and is a scintillating, mind bending, uplifting event. Get a sneak peek of Dave's music here! FOOD TRUCK: Stuffed to the Grills.

Frog Holler Is Back!

September 29 | 4 - 7 pm
Frog Holler Is Back!

“Great songwriting, deliriously entertaining live act”— The Village Voice

“Neo-hillbillies with a twist, Frog Holler plays mountain blues and country as accessible and modern as the most hummable pop”— The Washington Post

“Some of the most rollicking, heartfelt country rock songs this side of Nashville”— Brian Howard, The Philadelphia City Paper

“Works brooding soundscapes as easily as classic bluegrass with an ear catching shimmer." - Paste Magazine

Check them out here!

FOOD TRUCK: Gourmand Cafe.

Artisan Wine & Cheese Weekend

October 6 - 7 | Noon - 5
Artisan Wine & Cheese Weekend

Two of the world's oldest pleasures - wine and cheese! They were simply made for each other.

Join us in the Wine Loft for some mouth-watering pairings.

More info to come. Check back soon!

$15 in advance $20 at the door

(Note: ticketing service fees apply for online purchasing)

Steve Brosky, Jimmy Meyer & Big Lil’ Band

October 6 | 4 - 7 pm
Steve Brosky, Jimmy Meyer & Big Lil’ Band
Lehigh Valley icon Steve Brosky teams up with Jimmy Meyer Extraordinaire (honorably mentioned in “the rock n’ roll hall of fame.”) Steve brings that bluesy/gravely (been around the block once or twice) voice and Jimmy, well Jimmy brings “it” on the guitar! So what ya got here is your basic American roots music with a edge of entertainment, the way it was meant to be… from the heart and the head! Check them out here!

Mighty Manatees

October 13 | 4 - 7 pm
Mighty Manatees
The Mighty Manatees are a large, diverse ensemble who are known to skillfully combine many genres into an upbeat, harmonious blend. Reggae, country, blues, folk, ska, funk, zydeco, and rock n' roll peacefully coexist under the Mightees' musical umbrella. They have played with America, David Amram, Commander Cody, the Spin Doctors, Richard Hell, The Radiators, U2, Nigel Hall, Lettuce, and many more. More info here! FOOD TRUCK: Tre Locally Sourced.

Scott Marshall & Marshall’s Highway

October 20 | 4 - 7 pm
Scott Marshall & Marshall’s Highway

Scott Marshall and Marshall's Highway is a 4-8 piece act that’s heavier in style. Driving beats and electric guitars dominate, yet the band’s versatility is evident in their ballads and the mix of genres they present. The Rock/Country collision takes place here, but there’s no bloodshed. It’s a crash everyone seems to enjoy!

More info here!

FOOD TRUCK: V & C.

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