Upcoming SHOWS

Previous events

Wine & Song at the gorgeous Kutzer Company courtyard, 720 Mission Street in South Pas 91030. $17 Gen. Admission, $22 table seats. Food & drink available but not included in ticket price. Please note that this is a THURSDAY rather than our usual Wednesday show.

The Black Feathers Americana, Folk, and Acoustic Indie Rock sensibilities coexist comfortably in The Black Feathers' world, with Hughes’ guitar work buoying the kind of harmonies often only heard in family bands. Their music quickly draws the interest of listeners, but it is the stage chemistry that will keep them riveted.

Nathan & Jessie Born of the individuals, Nathan Rivera and Jessie Andra Smith, this duo is a unique blend of jazzy folk and blues on resonator guitars and accordion, along with interesting interplay between male and female vocals.

Michael McNevin Michael McNevin's songs read like short stories, full of heart, humor, and a keen eye for detail. Winner of the Kerrville New-Folk award in Texas, Performing Songwriter Magazine “DIY Artist Of The Year”, 7-time grand finals "Song Of The Year" winner for West Coast Songwriters. Accomplished guitar work and seasoned vocals underscore the characters and places he comes across in his travels.

$17 General Admission, $22 Table Seats


For this show we're back at the Mamma's Tent with featured artists Wild Ponies and Chauncey Bowers. We'll also be debuting the release of Chauncey's "Circus" video. No reservations or tickets needed, just a suggested donation of $15 in the bucket. You can also support by sending a donation via Venmo: @bradcolerick; Zelle: brad@deepmix.com; or PayPal: paypal.me/bradcolerick.

Wine & Song: Claire Holley and Chauncey Bowers

We're excited to be back in real life. Or as close to real life as Dr. Chauncey Bowers can get. We'll also be joined by Claire Holley debuting some new songs on the keyboard.

All seats unreserved, $18


The former Pro Shop at Arroyo Seco Golf Course sat empty for years before Brad Colerick's long-running Wine & Song concert series found a home there in 2015. A few patrons made donations to buy a stage, curtains, tables, chairs, and a mixing board. Dinosaur Farm owner and Wine & Song house band member, David Plenn, donated a small blue neon guitar sign which Colerick hung in the window to indicate live music was happening. It was soon dubbed "The Blue Guitar room" by Kathryn Compton, who was organizing a fundraiser in the space for the 2016 Eclectic Music Festival.

Before long, a Thursday Jazz at the Blue Guitar show was added. Eager music fans would frequently pack the room on Wednesday and Thursday nights to hear great live music. The Blue Guitar room has gained a reputation as one of the finest intimate listening room venues in the Los Angeles area. It has become a mandatory stop for many touring jazz and Americana artists coming through the LA area. In 2017, Michelle Hammond of Munch Company made a donation for a larger custom neon window sign. Concert goers from all over the region have discovered South Pasadena and its beautiful shops and restaurants as a result of coming to shows in the arroyo.