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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Aug 05, 2012
03:00PM - 12:00AM
Long Meadow Ranch Winery & Farmstead’s Summer Concert Series to Feature Singer-Songwriter Sean Hayes
St. Helena’s Local Gathering Place and Napa Valley Destination Pairs Summer Concert
Napa,
Long Meadow Ranch Winery & Farmstead
Event Description
Long Meadow Ranch Winery & Farmstead’sLMRW&F’s 2012 Summer Concert Series continues with singer-songwriter Sean Hayes, in partnership with Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival and its Summer Pairings Series. 
 
                        Hayes was born in New York City and raised in North Carolina. On a whim he threw some clothes and a guitar into the back of his friend’s car and made his way to San Francisco. This free-spirited romanticism can be heard throughout his music, along with echoes from the Blue Ridge Mountains of his youth to R&B soul greats like Otis Redding. He has sung duets with Aimee Mann and Frazey Ford, and has toured with acts such as Jolie Holland, Ani DiFranco and the Cold War Kids. The September 2012 release of Hayes’ new album, Before We Turn to Dust...., will mark his seventh full-length release.
 
                        Concert guests may enjoy farm-to-table wine and food experiences, dining at Farmstead, Executive Chef Stephen Barbers’ summertime eats from his new smoker, kicking back on the lawn, soaking up some Napa Valley sun and much more! Each guest also receives a complimentary LMR wine tasting with ticket purchase. Lawn chairs and blankets are encouraged.
Fee: $40.00

Contact Information
Email: info@longmeadowranch.com
Phone: 707-963-4555

 

 

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