Americana Night Launches New Year with Feel Good Fun from The Bootleg Honeys
Cloverdale Arts Alliance continues to offer original Americana acts on third Thursdays!
On Thursday, January 19, Americana Night will kick it up with Bay Area songbirds, The Bootleg Honeys. Since the summer of 2012, The Bootleg Honeys have quickly become one of the Bay Area's favorite live Americana acts. December 2015 brought the release of "Paint it Red," their debut full length album featuring 11 original songs. The album receives regular air play on Sonoma County radio, and beyond, and has been enthusiastically embraced by local fans. In 2016, founding members Katie Phillips and Alison Harris welcomed singer songwriter Karen Joy Brown and drummer Mark Tarlton into the Bootleg family. With an undeniable chemistry, and appreciation for authentic songwriting and music making, The Bootleg Honeys are bound to make you smile, stomp your feet and leave you wanting more! Americana Night, a production of the Cloverdale Arts Alliance, is located at 204 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Tickets are $15 for Cloverdale Arts Alliance members and $20 for non-members. Doors open at 7:00pm; music from 7:30 - 9:30pm. Americana Night takes place the third Thursday of each month from October through May. The wine sponsor for Americana Night is Rodney Strong Vineyards. To receive reserved seating privileges purchase advance tickets online at www.cloverdaleartsalliance or at the Cloverdale Arts Alliance during normal business hours. Tickets are available at the door. Americana Night is a program of the Cloverdale Arts Alliance, a non-profit arts organization bringing cultural arts to northern Sonoma County. Other CAA programs include Friday Night Live at the Plaza, Art Gallery, THE Jazz Club, Sculpture Trail, Music Workshops, Discovering Art Series, Art Classes, The Blues Session, and Special Events.