The Barnburners Return to The Coach House with Greg Serrato on February 4th
San Jacinto California News Press Release
(PRWEB) January 5, 2005
Southland blues band The Barnburners will perform live on Friday, February 4th, 2005 at 8:00 pm, opening the show for Apache blues legend Greg Serrato. “We’re excited to be back at the Coach House, and to open for Greg,” says Scott Hudson (bass player and founder of The Barnburners) “we’re looking forward to another great show”. Tickets are $ 10.00 at the door.
The Coach House
33157 Camino Capistrano
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
Tickets & Dinner Reservations (949) 496-8930
About The Barnburners
Formed in 1997 in Yorba Linda, California, The Barnburners have performed in major venues across Southern California including The Coach House (San Juan Capistrano), The Galaxy Theater (Costa Mesa), B.B. King’s (Universal City), and many more. They have performed on the same bill with many Blues artists including Greg Serrato, Teresa Russell & Cocobilli, BB Chung King & The Buddha Heads, etc . The band has performed in music festivals throughout Southern California, everywhere from Leona Valley to Yorba Linda. You can find Barnburners recordings on radio stations throughout the United States, as well as in Europe and Latin America. The band’s first c.d., Workin’ Overtime, is available for purchase at http://www.dwmmusic.com. Most recently, the Barnburners participated in the International Blues Challenge, 2004. For more information regarding The Barnburners, write to:
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688
Phone: (909)938-6533 Fax: (303)845-5984 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Greg Serrato’s Biography
Greg Serrato, referred by some as The Tornado, is a Native American (Apache) high-powered blues guitarist, vocalist and songwriter who takes command of the stage with his ferocious fret work and hard driving sounds. Hailing from southern California, he is regarded by http://www.Bluesrockers.ws as one of the most talented blues-rock guitarists in the world today. He has become a force to be reckoned with and has generated a strong fan base in and around the United States. Serrato has recorded nine CDs to date. Three of which were nationally distributed by the Navarre Corporation.
Greg began playing the guitar at the age of five and by the age of eleven was performing in his first band. Since then, he has shared Blues Festival and Concert/Club stages with such notables as Double Trouble, Jeff Healey, Albert Collins, Rod Piazza, Colin James, Savoy Brown, Sonny Rhodes, Gregg Allman, Leon Russell, Anson Funderburg, Pinetop Perkins, Johnnie Johnson, Rik Emmett, Lowell Fulson, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Tommy Castro, Elvin Bishop, John Mayall, Duke Robillard, El Chicano, The Premiers, Etta James, Jimmie Vaughan, Keb Mo, Robin Trower, Levon Helm, Wishbone Ash and many more.
His third CD on J-Bird Records “Like A Tornado,” (featuring Phil Fistori on bass & Alan Cater on drums) was nominated for Best Blues Recording by the Native American Music Awards. Venues and Festivals Serrato has performed & headlined include; The Grand Ol’ Opry in Nashville, TN., The Chicago Blues Festival, The Long Beach Blues Festival, BB King’s Blues Clubs, The House Of Blues, BluesFest International in Ontario Canada, The King Biscuit Blues Festival in Helena Arkansas, The Pikes Peak Blues Festival in Colorado Springs, CO., The Julian Blues Bash in San Diego California, The Modesto State Theater in California, The Coach House in San Juan Capistrano, CA. , Bottom Of The Hill in San Francisco, The Monterey Strawberry Festival, The Rosebowl in Pasadena, CA., Bourbon Street Blues in Nashville, TN., The Inland Empire BluesFest in Riverside, CA., The Pomona Blues Festival in Pomona, CA., The Native American Blues Festival in San Jacinto, CA., and The Modesto Blues Festival in Modesto, CA. to name a few.
Greg’s music is also featured on six Klopf Productions Films. These are internationally distributed surf films. His music has been heard on KCAL9; a Los Angeles based Television News Station. Greg also appeared on the “Cooking With Lenny” blues cooking television show in 1996. Greg recently won the Ravenhawk Productions “Silver Arrow Award” for outstanding achievement in Music by a Native American.
Greg received National radio attention with Child Of The Blues, Holy Smokes and Like A Tornado as well as in Croatia, Germany, Japan, Italy, Greece, The Netherlands, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, England, France, Australia, New Zealand, Spain, and other parts of the world.
With Phil Fistori, Alan Cater & Chris De Soto bringing on the power in the rhythm section, the band supplies a big sound.
As one New York reviewer wrote, People we have got to get this guy to town to see if hes for real!
We guarantee Serrato is as real and talented as they come!
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The 4th Street Blues Band – On The Down Side/Crying Sky Records- 1995
The 4th Street Blues Band – Blue Condition/Crying Sky Records – 1996
Greg Serrato – Live In Los Angeles – 1996/ Crying Sky Records
Greg Serrato – Child Of The Blues – 1998 / J-Bird Records / Nationally released though Navarre corp.
Shades Of Blue – One Night Stand (guest) – 1998 / Bonaroo Records
Greg Serrato – Holy Smokes – 1999 – J-Bird Records / Nationally released through Navarre Corp.
Greg Serrato – Like A Tornado – 2001 – J-Bird Records / Nationally released through Navarre Corp.
Greg Serrato – Live At Modesto’s State Theater – 2002/Crying Sky Records
Lordan/Serrato – Eyes Of A Woman – 2004
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