Monday, September 18, 2017

Next Show: 9/28 at Pour House Oceanside


Join me and the band September 28 at Pour House Oceanside!
 Graham Nancarrow will be opening the night with a solo set of original country tunes at 7:30. 
We start around 9:30pm.

We love this N. County venue, complete with stage, dance floor, comfy booths, craft beer and cocktails and good food. AND all shows there are all ages before 10pm and always NO COVER. 

1903 S Coast Hwy, Oceanside, CA 92054

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Nena, Alice Wallace & Sara Petite at Java Joe's Aug 18


Don't miss this night of three acclaimed country songwriters:
Nena Anderson

Performing acoustic, "in the round" style,
trading songs & stories.

2611 Congress Street, Old Town San Diego CA 

All Ages, Outdoor Venue
tickets at the door or for advanced tickets call: 619-274-9989

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Bakersfield Sound Tribute at Belly Up >> Aug 2

I'm hosting another Barroom Ball this week at Belly Up Tavern, Solana Beach CA

Join us for a tribute to the Bakersfield sound, 
with songs by Buck Owens, Merle Haggard, Dwight Yoakam, Wynn Stewart and more!

Also included will be original California country by Brawley and Gethen Jenkins.
Special appearance by Graham Nancarrow.


Gethen Jenkins (formerly The Freightshakers)
2015 Ameripolitan Music Award winner "Outlaw Group"

“This hard-driving, honky-tonk group lead by Gethen Jenkins is a perfect way to spend any night, wherever it may take you.” – National Country Review

With his powerful, gut wrenching, baritone sound, Gethen Jenkins is on a fast train to stardom. Gethen is an award winning singer and songwriter from Huntington, West Virginia. His songs are of considerable depth and meaning, driven by passion, and full of heart and spirit which are sure to run the gamut of human emotions.
“The relationship between the listeners and music is what I feed on” Gethen’s journey began surrounded by American music, from the purest of Bluegrass to whiskey soaked Honkytonk. Music took hold at the age of eight, beating on his dad’s Gibson guitar. His teenage years were spent in Galena, a rural indian village on the Yukon River, deep in the Alaskan tundra. After 8 years in the U.S. Marines, Gethen landed in Southern California. Returning from Iraq, determined to sing his own song, he found a home in Country Music with his five piece band The Freightshakers (since revamped as Gethen Jenkins). Over the next several years Gethen immersed himself in his music, working hard to create a unique sound keeping true to his roots.

Friday, July 7, 2017

July Sundays at Pour House Oceanside


Join me and the band this month for July at Pour House Oceanside.

Sundays 7/9 • 7/23 • 7/30

7-10pm   No Cover
All Ages before 9pm