Saturday, December 20, 2014 - 8:00 pm
Sourdough Slim's Wild and Woolly Revue
Vintage cowboy, blues, Americana Christmas show

Hold on to your seats and get ready for a rollicking evening of outrageous humor and song. The Sutter Creek Theater presents its annual Christmas extravaganza featuring popular Gold Country old time music makers, Sourdough Slim & The Saddle Pals, Faux Renwah, and Robert Armstrong. A once-a-year opportunity to catch all these artists in a show together.


Sourdough's traditional last show of the year is always entertaining and usually sells out.

DON'T MISS THE FUN!

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44 MAIN STREET
SUTTER CREEK

Info (916)425-0077

 
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"Heart & Soul" has hand-made jewelry and other goodies you just have to see! You can buy tickets to our shows at Heart & Soul (42 Main St). At Heart & SOUL you will find a quirky mix of old and new....custom painted furniture, vintage, handmade and market finds. We are now a proud retailer of CHALK PAINT® decorative paint by Annie Sloan. Heart & Soul is open Mon-Tue 10-4 Wed-Sun 11-5 Call 209.256.9702

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Kaffiene's is now open at 46 Main, in the theatre building. Serving great coffee, pastries, and beer and wine. Open early (7 am) for your morning caffiene needs! Kaffeine's is owner operated with "the best coffee in town" Has a very warm and comfy decor.Inside and outdoor seating. Huge selection of espresso drinks,teas,chai tea,iced drinks,blended drinks etc. Fresh pastries and bagels daily, Andrae's pastries Thurs-Sun. Gluten free items available. Free dog biscuits.free wifi and frequent buyer cards.


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Saturday, January 10, 2015 - 8:00 pm
American Guitar Masters - Steve Davison, Peter Janson & Larry Pattis

Celtic to Contemporary The American Guitar Masters Touring Concert Series features some of America's top solo acoustic guitarists. Two upcoming tours feature Steve Davison and Peter Janson presenting compositions and arrangements of Celtic tunes, American Roots, Delta blues, instrumental gems, folk-songs, solos and duets that reveal a mutual devotion to great acoustic music through songs about American rivers, Celtic kings, life, memory and the heart.

Their common vision is in bringing forth the highest level of emotive qualities of the acoustic guitar; their common goal is to delight the audience with landscape and mood of the life experiences that are the foundation of their music.

Headline concerts at:
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Montreal International Jazz Festival
Healdsburg Guitar Festival

Peter Janson, a "gifted acoustic finger-style guitar player" (Dirty Linen), brings world-class acoustic guitar music to records and the concert stage with fresh contemporary arrangements of new and traditional tunes from England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Brittany, and North America, as well as Celtic inspired compositions. Reminiscent of American folk guitar, Celtic guitar, and American roots music, his original and compelling contemporary style is filled with artistry, superb technical mastery, and heartfelt passion: weaving songs about Celtic kings, lost love and sad dogs, memory, life, and the heart. All of his CDs have been featured on PBS, commercial and college radio, syndicated radio, Sirius/XM, Music Choice TV, Pandora, Spotify, and in-flight programming resulting in over 1/2 million BMI verified broadcasts.

Steve Davison is a solo 6 and 12 string acoustic guitarist and composer from Little Rock Arkansas. An aging hipster focusing on traditional and roots fingerstyle playing, his compositions are built around simple melodic structures and focus on the intimate qualities of the acoustic guitar and the tonal possibilities of alternate tunings that give the instrument such an extraordinary range. He was the 2005 winner of the solo competition at the Arkansas Acoustic Music Festival and a finalist in the 2009 Merle Travis Fingerstyle Competition.

Larry Pattis - named one of the "Top 10 Best Acoustic Music Artists of the Decade" by the International Acoustic Music Awards, Larry Pattis has been a featured headline performer at such illustrious venues as the Montreal International Jazz Festival and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington DC.


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Saturday, January 17, 2015 - 8:00 pm
Tom Rigney & Flambeau - Hot cajun, zydeco, and more! Tom Rigney, the fiery, electrifying violinist/composer, joins forces with some of the finest musicians on the San Francisco roots music scene to form Tom Rigney and Flambeau, a band that will tear the roof off of anyplace that has one and raise the spirits of everyone around. Rigney, after fifteen years at the helm of The Sundogs, has stepped out into the spotlight with a vengeance. Flambeau showcases his passionate, virtuoso fiddling, his commanding stage presence, his range, depth, and originality as a composer, and of course, those notorious red boots. His bandmates are veterans of the great bands of Charles Brown, Queen Ida, Roy Rogers, Clifton Chenier, and others, and together they generate enough heat and energy to ignite a dance floor or lift an audience to its feet.

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Saturday, January 24, 2015 - 2:00 pm
Wagon Wheels a Rollin" - A play about the old west PERFORMANCES AT 2 PM AND 7 PM

Enjoy this zany, action packed spoof of the old west! Two shows Are you old enough to remember cowboys Roy Rogers, Randolph Scott and John Wayne fighting for western law & order? If so, then you will enjoy the zany characters of Vagabond Players production of Wagon Wheels A-Rollin'

Git yer cowboy duds on and come on down to the “I’m OK, You’re OK Corral” to see this hysterical action-packed spoof of the Old West!

This is a 90 minute production, and loads of fun. This show is the 2 pm show. See the next calendar listing for the 7 pm show.
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