436 Main Street (Grover Alley)
Quincy CA 95971
Just up the road from the High Sierra Music Festival, and in a more intimate setting, Hank Alrich brings a musical celebration reflecting the joy of gathering in support of our red, white, and blue, while feeling like the USA is black and blue and badly bruised.
Are you feeling “Tears of Rage”, as if we are trapped on a “Ship of Fools”? Are you tired of “City Lights”, but still enjoying a two-step? Are you alarmed at our approach to “Banana Republics”, or wary of someone in a “Leopard Skin Pillbox Hat”? Maybe you “Ain’t Got the Blues” because you are “All Through Being Blue”, or perhaps you’re “All Dressed Up…” with nowhere to go. Have you missed a ride on “The Wabash Cannonball”, or wondered what happened to “Billy Gray”?
How about a dose of “Love Potion #9”, to make life “Nothing But a Breeze”, at least until you can “Gain Control Again”? If your buggy had “Only So Many Miles”, would you want to “Paint the Town Beige”? Do you want to “Pack Up Your Sorrows”, singing “Blues For Dixie”, while driving through “The Land Of The Navajo”?
It’ll be like all of that and, more. Two sets, 6 to 8 pm, most likely outdoors in the courtyard of The Drunk Brush Wine Bar on Grover Alley in beautiful greater metropolitan downtown Quincy, California. The libations are superb, the laughter infectious, the conversations rich. This venue has become an excellent community hangout.
Fine sandwich and other fare is available from The Knook, which adjoins the scene.
If you find yourself wanting to stay over in Quincy, a contender as one of the coolest small towns in the USA, consider the Quincy Courtyard Suites, which offer efficient walking distance access to many of the town’s delights.