Camatta Ranch House Concert Featuring Holly Ann Lewis and Amber Cross
Local Singer Songwriters Holly Ann Lewis and Amber Cross share a night of music at Camatta Ranch. Camp under the night sky with a tent or RV if you wish. This will be a relaxing night of music, family and friends. Bring your own picnic anf food to grill!
Two of the finest singer-songwriters around, your in for a treat folks!
Tickets available online or pay at the door $15
About Holly: http://www.hollyannlewis.com/
Holly Ann Lewis has been singing and performing professionally for 25 years. Her music is a mix of folk, pop, rock and jazz. Before moving back home to California 4 years ago, Holly lived in Seattle for 16 years. There she played gigs and recorded her music. She was involved in many different music projects that lead her to record and perform with Matt Cameron of Pearl Jam and Scott Mercado of Candlebox. Making her imprint in the Seattle scene she is now back in her home state of California, living near the Central Coast. She has been recording with Ted Waterhouse and Rick Sutton for a few years and just released her 3rd solo album, Miles Around.
Born and raised in San Jose, CA there wasn't a time that music was not in her daily routine. She recorded her first CD at age 15 with Bay Area band, African Rain; featuring, Grammy Award Winner, Babatunde Olatunji. They played at The Fillmore West, the Catalyst, the Palace of the Fine Arts and many more venues in California. After 5 years with African Rain, she decided to go her own way. During this time she formed her own band, Mr. Herb. In 1995 they opened up for and played with, The Doors very own Robby Krieger, at JJ Blues, in San Jose, CA. Holly recorded her first solo album You Will Fly in 1996. Soon after she was playing shows in Chicago and New York, traveling and performing as much as she could. Holly ended up moving to Seattle and resided there until 2011.
About Amber: https://www.ambercrossmusic.com/
Upon first hearing Amber Cross you might think you are listening to an archival Smithsonian recording. Her old-time voice is clear and captivating, like a strong muscle, fringed in lace. She's a singer and songwriter who writes from her own lifes struggles and experiences, delivering her stories with unforgettable power and emotion.
Originally from Maine, Amber spent her early years surrounded by gospel music in a small town church where her father preached and her mother played piano. In 2003 Amber left her studies at New Mexico State University to pursue her love for music. She moved up and down the coast of California; the San Francisco Bay Area, the Sierra Foothills, the San Joaquin River Valley, the coastal range of Sonoma County, and now San Luis Obispo County. She has opened for such artists as Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Gurf Morlix, Mary Gauthier and Dave Stamey, as well as made frequent guest performances with The Wronglers, Warren Hellman's band, founder of San Francisco's Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival.
Amber released her debut album You Can Come In in March of 2013. Country Music People Magazine/UK, discovered the album and gave it a 5 Star Review and CD Of The Month, saying "Every now and again a debut CD arrives and you know about 30 seconds in that you are experiencing something a bit special... it's appeal is likely to be broad, from bluegrass, rootsy Appalachian, to country or honky-tonk."
Amber performs solo and in band arrangements. She is often accompanied by long time friend and Cajun/oldtime fiddler Gary Arcemont and husband James Moore. The two men play a variety of instruments to support Amber's songs; guitar, fiddle, banjo, harmonica, mandolin and upright bass, as well as offering vocal support
Lazy Arrow Adventures/Camatta Ranch (View)
9330 Camatta Creek Road
Santa Margarita, CA 93453
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|