Studio Concerts

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Thank you to the Meyers Family for sponsoring this event!

Thank you to Moqueca Brazilian Restaurant and Ubatuba Acai for providing appetizers and sweet treats for this event.


On Saturday, February 24th, Enjoy a musical night at Art Trek - featuring The Honeysuckle Possums from Santa Barbara, CA and Merlin Snider from Thousand Oaks, California.  Both bluegrass-folk bands with story-telling lyrics.  

Each admission will include appetizers and non-alcoholic beverages.  Wine and beer will be available for purchase.

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Honeysuckle Possums ft. Merlin Snider
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The Honeysuckle Possums - Santa Barbara, CA

The Honeysuckle Possums are a high-energy, all-woman band, playing bluegrass, originals, and old-time mountain music. They have been together since 2009 and have one album with a second in the works. Their music has taken them all over California and they continue to gain praise for their beautiful vocals, carefully crafted harmonies, and spirited style. Their performances at various festivals and concerts continue to elicit rave reviews.

On Saturday, March 10th, Bring your dancing shoes for Kátia Moraes & Brazilian Hearts from Los Angeles, CA. 

 

 

Each admission will include appetizers and non-alcoholic beverages.  Wine and beer will be available for purchase.

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Katia Moraes & Brazilian Hearts
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Kátia Moraes & Brazilian Hearts - Los Angeles, CA

 

Blessed with a songbird’s voice, a poet’s heart and an entertainer’s vision, Kátia Moraes is the complete package. Since leaving Rio de Janeiro in the 1980s, Kátia has been offering alluring and captivating songs to the rest of the world. Her voice is rich, sensual and as expansive as Rio’s ocean. An evening with Kátia and the Brazilian Hearts is filled with joy, love and the spirit of Brazil.

Merlin Snider - Newbury Park, CA

"Music is my window into the world. The world I can see and touch and taste, and the world beyond. There are other windows, of course, but music, and especially the songs I write are the way I make contact and also let others inside. This comes naturally as the son of Pentecostal preachers, Dad mostly doing the talking, Mom playing the piano, organ, and accordion, both of them singing. It was in church in North Long Beach, California that I first heard the rhythm, harmonies and words that reached for a place beyond. Andre Crouch as a young man came to sing and play with the Teen Challenge Addicts Choir or his quartet, The Disciples. At the same time it was in the church parking lot in 1965 that I first heard Bob Dylan, imploring though some teenager’s open car windows, “How does it feel, to be on your own . . . like a rolling stone?” I was 12 years old. " - Merlin Snider