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Wine & Song with John Torres and Wild Mountain Mystics
John Torres is a Los Angeles based songwriter and recording artist. His music draws influence from a wide variety of genres including folk, pop and even opera. He has performed with such artists as Shawn Colvin and Sara Bareilles, Numerous honors have been bestowed upon him including a John Lennon Songwriting Award, and a nomination by the American Independent Music Awards. John’s four studio albums have received high acclaim and many of the songs have been featured on popular television shows and movies. The Wild Mountain Mystics are the duo from another time — a time when artists were all about love, generosity, and kindness. Their music ranges from tender-hearted love songs to foot-stompin’ folk blues, primarily on acoustic guitar and mandolin. Some of their diverse influences include The Carter Family, Hank Williams, The Beatles, Johnny Cash, the Mamas and the Papas, Carole King, Emmylou Harris, Maria Callas, and Linda Ronstadt. Plenty of free parking. Meet in the Arroyo Seco Grill prior to the show. The Grill has food and full bar that you can take into the Blue Guitar room. You can bring a bottle of wine for $10 corkage. Showtime is 7:00pm. See you in the arroyo! -Brad C.

Blue Guitar Room

Arroyo Seco Golf Course 1055 Lohman Lane · South Pasadena, ca

$10.00

What we're about

Hey Americana/Folk music fans. You may already know about Wine & Song since I've hosted this series every Wednesday night since October 2009. I present two featured singer-songwriters (sometimes duos or trios) each week plus a special guest or two, along with my house band. Each show is unique and always a hoot. It has become like church to the regulars who fill the Blue Guitar room at Arroyo Seco Golf Course every Wednesday evening. The adjacent Arroyo Seco Grill has food and full bar, or you can bring a bottle for $10 corkage. Come enjoy the stories, the songs, and the camaraderie. And if you're really adventurous, you'll play 9 holes of par-3 golf with us before the show. That starts at 5pm and takes about 75 minutes so we finish in time for a bite before the show. See you in the arroyo!

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