Halter Ranch Vineyard Debuts New Summer Concert Series

Halter Ranch Vineyard is excited for the lineup of its new complimentary Summer Concert Series, starting this Friday, May 19, where guests can pair award-winning wines with an impressive range of local music.

Guests can enjoy this series, which takes place one Friday night a month from 5.30 p.m. to 7.30 p.m., from the Tasting Room Patio, while taking in spectacular views of rolling hills and vineyards. To spice up the experience, food will be available for purchase by a different local purveyor each month.

Halter Ranch Tasting Room Manager Tony Quealy said the Summer Concert Series is something we have had in mind for some time. “When we built our new Tasting Room we had in mind these types of events. We hope patrons come and experience the relaxed ambiance of our patio, enjoy the music, wine, food, and beautiful views.”

The concert lineup includes:

Friday, May 19 – Beyond the Bridge (food by Torres Family Catering)

Friends Sam Keating Flynn, Kevin Finnesey, Christiana Newcomb, Aaron Kroeger met through music, bonded over music, and now play music together. Beyond the Bridge provides a lively collection of covers and original music.


Friday, June 16 – REWINED (food by Hurricane Kitchen)

Vocal duo Emily Smith and Rolf Gehrung deliver their craft effortlessly. Singing their favorite Country, Rock, and R&B songs old and new, REWINED is sure to transport you to the time that you first heard that song. Hailing from the Central Coast Wine Region, REWINED has established themselves as the must-see acoustic duo. Think of a cross between Bryan Adams meets Kid Rock singing with Sheryl Crow & Colbie Caillat in a folk/country/r&b sorta way and that’s REWINED.


Friday, July 14 – Kenny Taylor Band (food by What the Truck)

Kenny Taylor was born in the heart of Minnesota but grew his sound out of California making him one of the industries best-kept secrets! Bringing his songs to the West Coast and captivating audiences with his honest and infectious original music. The Kenny Taylor Band was formed in 2012 and includes Central California natives Chris Broemmelsiek, Albert Sanudo Jr. and Mr. Leigh Lossing.

His ability and style bridges generations! Being inspired early on by artists like John Lennon, Dave Matthews, and Ben Gibbard and having an intense immersion in loads of 90s pop.


Friday, August 25 – Bear Market Riot (food by Hurricane Kitchen)

In 2014 Kirk Nordby and Nick Motil met at a songwriter showcase in San Luis Obispo, CA. Over a bowl of gumbo the two conspired to busk together at the Baywood-Los Osos Farmer’s Market. Upon agreement that two beards are better than one, they became Bear Market Riot.

Bear Market Riot is Power-Folk Americana from the California Central Coast. A duo blending everything from folk to R&B into an infectious sound that could only come from two bearded men playing seven instruments while keeping the dance floor satisfied. Nordby and Motil captivate audiences of all-ages with tight harmonies, catchy originals, and an arsenal of high-energy originally interpreted covers.


Friday, September 15 – Burning, Bad & Cool (food by Grilled Cheese Incident)

Burning, Bad & Cool is a vocal oriented trio that performs southern fried soul, gospel and blues music dipped in thick, sweet harmony. Here is a band with two great lead vocalists and the perfect third complimentary voice. First, ‘Burning’ James Scoolis brings his soulful vocal style and slings lead, slide and rhythm guitar playing on his Stratocaster. Second, there is Jimmy “Cool” Conroy on his hybrid Taylor acoustic with his incredible deep baritone voice. Jim is so exceptional that he has been referred to as “the voice” in the press. And finally, there is “Bad” Billy Baxmeyer on bass and vocals. These three voices blend so beautifully that you can not help but take notice.

Complimentary tickets can be reserved through www.halterranchconcerts.brownpapertickets.com

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