Saturday, May 23, 2015 - 8:00 pm
WE WILL HAVE TICKETS AT THE DOOR Southern Drawl Band- Southern country rock with a little Caribbean spice!

Much like its derivative name, Southern Drawl Band is a melting pot of sound, attitude and entertainment. Defined in categories like Country, Southern Rock, Trop Rock, and Bluegrass, Southern Drawl Band attracts a range of listeners from a broad spectrum of music genre and extends no restrictions on a targeted audience. Their unique trait of extraordinary music and song writing, along with impressive entertainment style and unforgettable live performance is what sets this band apart from any other on the market.

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44 MAIN STREET
SUTTER CREEK

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BUY TICKETS AT HEART & SOUL 42 MAIN ST (in the theatre building) YOU CAN BUY TICKETS AT HEART & SOUL AT 42 MAIN ST.

"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, June 06, 2015 - 8:00 pm
JOHN McCUTCHEON presents "Joe Hill's Last Will"

An inspiring musical one-man play A very special and unusual event - Joe Hill's Last Will is a one-man play starring John McCutcheon about the labor activist/songwriter Joe Hill' last day in prison before his execution.

“Joe Hill’s Last Will is a new one-man show you won’t want to miss. John McCutcheon doesn’t just play Joe Hill, he channels him. He welds his passion as a labor activist with great musical chops to create a Joe Hill who we want to follow through his loves, his disappointments and his triumphs. This unique show of stories and songs is perfect for a wide variety of public performances for folk music, labor history and general audiences.”
— Tom Juravich, Professor of Labor Studies and Sociology, UMass Amherst

“John McCutcheon brings Joe Hill’s words and music to life anew. Utilizing a single, simple space, we are taken from a barely-furnished prison cell to the sites of some of America’s great labor struggles to the execution yard of the Utah State Prison in 1915. McCutcheon’s musical prowess is formidable, breathing
life into songs that hardly seem 100 years old. Few artists could bring the skill and power to these songs that McCutcheon does. The audience was entranced from the first words to the final, dramatic conclusion. Theentire production is a theater producer’s dream.” — Elizabeth Craven, Founder and Artistic Director, Main Stage West, Sebastopol, California

“Joe Hill’s Last Will — A Must-See!
The words and music of iconic labor activist/songwriter Joe Hill come to life in a new production of Hill’s final day in prison, before his untimely execution by Utah authorities at the turn of the last century. John McCutcheon’s performance as Hill is absolutely riveting. Joe Hill is now a mostly forgotten figure today, but his activist spirit lives on and his
songs served to inspire generations that followed. Joe Hill’s Last Will succeeds in keepinghis memory alive for future generations to come — highly recommended!” — JoAnn Mar, radio producer/journalist, KALW in San Francisco



Songwriter and labor historian, Si Kahn, created the play based largely on Hill’s own words and using all of Hill’s music. Never before has Joe Hill’s entire catalog been presented at once. And in the hands of multi-Grammy nominee and folk music legend, John McCutcheon, rarely have they had such expertt reatment. McCutcheon’s tour-de-force acting, his rich voice, and stellar instrumental skills present Joe Hill and his music as never before. The story takes the issues of labor, immigration, workers’ rights, the death penalty, and war from the annals of 1915 to the headlines of 2014. It’s a story that America has been wrestling with for 100 years now.


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HERE IS A CLIP FROM THE PLAY



Here is a song about the Ludlow Massacre, a related event in the history of the labor movement.

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Saturday, June 13, 2015 - 8:00 pm
Bex Marshall - Award winning blues vocalist and multi-insturmentalist

Blues, roots, bluegrass-pickin' "At last, a woman who plays guitar like a goddess, sings like an angel, writes like Dylan." - Booker T

She has earned the distinction of being the first and only woman to be invited to perform at the Cork's International Guitar Festival.

Musically, she's a rootsy, front-porch finger picker and slide player with a Janis Joplin-like edge to her voice. Her songwriting reflects a deep love of blues, gospel and bluegrass which she spins up with her own lyrically distinctive touches.






Bex Marshall's lastest release ‘The House Of Mercy’, released Sept 17th 2012, it has received stunning reviews worldwide. The House Of Mercy only recently won 3rd Best British Blues Album of the year Award 2013 and is featured in DOWNBEAT magazine 'Best Album of the Year list 2013 with a rare 4 star review.

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Friday, June 19, 2015 - 8:00 pm
Tom Russell - Texas country-western, Tex-Mex, cowboy and more

An American Legend Tom Russell songs have been recorded by such icons as Johnny Cash, Dave Van Ronk, Jerry Jeff Walker, Doug Sahm, Joe Ely, Nanci Griffith, Iris Dement, and Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, among others. No less than Lawrence Ferlinghetti, the legendary poet, has said that he shares “a great affinity with Tom Russell’s songs, for he is writing out of the wounded heart of America.”

His newest album “The Rose of Roscrae” is due to release in April. We’ve have the prerelease version and it is awesome! Here’s a quote about it:

" An American Masterpiece isn't strong enough to describe the significance of this saga…. there's never been anything like it on the American music scene. "
Mike Hurshman, KAFM Radio, Colorado

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