Come out to Boots on the Beach-Memorial Weekend featuring Gethen Jenkins, Shotgun Jefferson, Morgan Leigh Band & Tina Michelle!
The host and DJ for the event is David Bugenske from Go Country 105 radio. Line dance lessons and original choreography by Noe Roldan.
At 10PM we are having an exclusive after party called Barn Dance @ The Bistro with an all dancing set from David Bugenske. The Bistro is right next to where the concert will be on the water. The Bistro has very limited capacity so we are allowing priority access to all of our VIP guests and first come first served for our general admission guests!!
Get your VIP tix ASAP before they are sold out!!
The event is ALL AGES so bring the whole family if you like!!! For more information about the venue go to NewportDunes.com. If you want to get an RV spot, reserve one ASAP, as they sold out on the last event!!!
We are honored to be supporting Save the Brave on this event!!! Save the Brave is a nonprofit organization devoted to providing programs that will address psychological, emotional, spiritual and relationship challenges experienced during all stages of deployment in the armed forces. For more info go to savethebrave.org.
We can't wait to play at Sagebrush Cantina this Friday night!!!!
Get your country boots or dancing shows on and we'll be ready for ya!
We're so excited to play again this year for the 2018 Valentine's Dinner and Barn Dance hosted by the Ventura County Cattlemen's Association!
Bring your date and celebrate LOVE with us! There will be dinner, drinks and live country music, of course!
The event is open to the public! Get your tickets here!
Playing for the John Paul Mitchell Systems holiday party this past weekend was an unforgettable experience!
Held at the Hummingbird Nest Ranch in Simi Valley, CA, with breathtaking views, scrumptious food, and attendance by none other than self-made billionaire and philanthropist John Paul DeJoria, the night was nothing short of spectacular!
From the moment we stepped in to set up for this western-themed fair last Saturday, we could feel how much energy and love is put into this school. Palisades Charter Elementary is top-notch, and we can see why parents choose it!
The event was open to the community and free; tickets were available for purchase inside the gate for activities, games and food. Watch for it again in 2018!
Have you been to this winery? Amazing wine, and amazing people! Inarguably, it is the most beautiful, warm and relaxing Ventura County winery. Each year they hold a series with a special theme where you can experience their wine in a fun, celebratory atmosphere, complete with dinner and live music. It's a ticketed event open to both members and non-members. We were so honored to be chosen as the band to play for their country-themed nights this summer July 7th, 8th, 14th and 15th. Barbecue, great wine, country music and line dancing...now, that's a winning combination! Thank you, Magnavino Cellars, for having us! And be sure to check out other events they hold. There's more to experience!
To say it was a pleasure to play for the Ventura County Cattlemen’s Association for their Valentine’s Dinner & Dance would be a severe understatement! This group was SO FUN! Real cowboys, classy women, and great dancers!! And this cutie joining us on stage was the highlight of our night!
Thank you for such a very warm welcome to Ventura County!
What a party!!!! Wow!!!! The band can’t stop talking about what an amazing time we had playing for Leatherman! The event was held at the aesthetic venue Keep Memory Alive Event Center - one would have to experience this one-of-a-kind architecture! We played for this corporate group of awesome people who REALLY LOVE THEIR WORK!! It was a complete treat, and we were totally spoiled by these beautiful people, down to being given Leatherman gadgets!!! We would be humbly excited to play for them again!!
We are honored that we’ll be playing for the Harvest Barn Dance fundraiser at Cornerstone Sonoma on Saturday, October 24, 2015! Giant Steps Therapeutic Equestrian Center, a working horse ranch just north of San Francisco, offers life-changing experiences to people of all ages with a wide range of disabilities. Get your ticket!
We’re so excited to play at Mammoth VillageFest for the second year in a row!!
Friday night event starts at 4PM……Music We All Remember
- Chili cook off
- Local Bands/music
- Bald Eagles band
- Pink Froyd featuring the touring members of PFX 7:30 start
Saturday event starts at high noon……Country Western Day
- Chicken and Rib Cook Off approx… 13 restaurants competing for the best in the Sierra! The winners will receive a trophy & of course, bragging rights.
- Fiddlin Pete
- Suzanne Acerette Line Dance Instructor
- Hula Hooper’s Kids interactive
- Roses and Cigarettes
- Jake Parr
- Tina Michelle and The Rhinestone Cowboys 7:30 start
Sunday event starts at 12PM ……The 3rd annual Crawdad and Cajun Cuisine Festival
- Crawdad boil begins
- ½ way to Benton
- Lava Moon
- Bald Eagles
- Purple Haze “Jimi Hendrix tribute”
Adult libations, Wine, Beer, Kentucky mules, Bloody Mary and other surprises. Kids Root Beer floats. This is a Fun Family Event, with GREAT Local Food and Live Music. Like always, this is a Charity Event. Each Restaurant may serve signature dishes for the event as well and will be selling until 10pm. As always a Beer, Wine and Drink Garden will be hosted by VillageFest with proceeds donated back to the community.
See you there!!!
The last time we played at Busby’s, it was for a wild, frat party. I think we had just as much fun as the crowd did! By the end of the night, we had screaming fans on stage with us signing “Sweet Home Alabama”!
This time we’ve brewed up more tasty country ROCK favorites for ya, along with line dancing by The Rhinestone Cowgirls, DJ music between band sets, giveaways, drink specials & a costume contest!
Be there or be SCARED!!!
Friday, Oct 31st, 9pm-2am
Busby’s East Mile High Room
The Lighthouse Cafe has become the watering hole for your weekly dose of country music in the South Bay! Situated on Pier Avenue in Hermosa Beach, it’s a prime party spot for country fans in the South Bay! The Lighthouse hosts country bands every Tuesday, from 9pm to 1am, and it’s been a blast being a part of their growth! Dust of yer boots and join us Tuesday, April 15! Line dance instruction provided by Rhinestone Cowgirl CORAL between our band sets!
On Saturday, December 28, 2013, we played for a super-sweet, way cool group of equestrians at Santa Anita Race Track. It was a beautiful night with a large, fun group of line dancers on the floor. Though the Tournament of Roses Royal Court joined into our line dance instruction, they even had their own dance! What a fun time! Thank you to Tournament of Roses Equestrians for having us play country music for their annual event
We were so thrilled to be invited to play live at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix last week for Men’s Basketball Game 1 versus UC San Diego! We took a road trip and saw some of the beautiful fall California and Arizona skies and arrived just in time to be welcomed by some very cool alumni! They love country music!
We had such a great time last Saturday at the Jack it Up! Country BBQ at Sagebrush Cantina!!! Sean Parr from Go Country 105 came out and not only taught some line dances, but also sat in with us on the DRUMS and surprised the crowd with an amazing vocal performance! We love him!! He can crash our party anytime!!!
“It’s fantastic the cantina is doing this,” said the energized Parr to the crowd, “What a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon.”
Read the full story here and join us for the next Jack it Up! Country BBQ at Sagebrush Cantina…Saturday, September 28, from 1pm to 5pm!
Exciting news! We are so honored to have been endorsed by CBS Los Angeles as one the best (TOP 5) wedding bands in Los Angeles of 2013!
“If the Nightclub Two Step, Ten Step Polka, Cowboy Cha Cha, West Coast Swing or any number of line dances are the order of the day, this six-member band keeps spirits high, smiles bright and marriage ceremonies invigorated. The group pays engaging homage to the great pioneers of country music while incorporating the pop culture sounds of modern-day recording artists, including Sugarland, Miranda Lambert and Trace Adkins…” read more.
The article was covered by Sharon Raiford Bush. Bush is an award-winning freelance journalist who covers the glittering nightlife and bustling music scene in Los Angeles, among other topics of social interest. Some of her contributions to the entertainment industry have been archived by the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. Samples of her unique writing style can be found on Examiner.com.