November 25 at the Felton Hall

The Naked Bootleggers

Contemporary Old Time American Roots Music for people who like to love, laugh, cry, Dance and sing.

AJ Lee

AJ Lee is a 7 time Female Vocalist of the Year winner from Northern California Bluegrass Society (Years 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017).

When she was 11, she and her former band mate Max Schwartz were asked to be part of the revision for the Discover Bluegrass DVD that is circulated by the International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA).  This Exploring American Roots Music project was developed for educational uses in public/private schools, home schooling families, libraries and for music associations.

Between 2005 – 2010, AJ had shared the Fanfest stage on “Kids on Bluegrass” at the IBMA’s World of Music event.

By the time AJ (Aissa phonetically ‘eye-ee-saa’) was 12, she was actively involved in 2 working bands (OMGG, and The Tuttles with AJ Lee in the California bluegrass scene.

Presently at 19, AJ continues to perform in a band The Tuttles with AJ Lee, and AJ Lee & Blue Summit.

December 3 at Oasis

Sugar by the Pound

Sugar by the Pound came together in the Spring of 2014 in The Santa Cruz Mountains of California and is one of the only all-female bluegrass bands, not only in the area, but for miles around. Their combination of traditional bluegrass music, country-style blues, honky tonk, and classical influences hits home with a wide audience and has made the group a perfect fit for playing festivals, markets, churches, barn dances, farm tours, clubs, breweries, and and private parties throughout California and beyond.. The players–Erin Valdivia on vocals and guitar, Cristy Aloysi on vocals, mandolin and guitar, Sarah Farrell Mackassey on vocals and bass, and Alison Steele on vocals and banjo are classically trained musicians as well as campfire poets prior to forming the band. From California, New York, Indiana, and Virginia, Sugar by the Pound brings East and West Coast sounds together forming something truly unique yet wonderfully nostalgic.

Past Musicians at the Market