ARLENE KOLE & THE KOLES ARE BACK!!

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You’re Invited; Best Ranch Party Ever!

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We really want you to come… It’s a Big Fun Party!

ARLENE KOLE & THE KOLES

http://www.ArleneKole.com

Saturday, April 11th at 6 PM

It’s a Great Way to End this 5 Year Concert Series!

OUTDOOR BBQ GRILL & OUTDOOR MUSIC STAGE
WE’RE GONNA PARTY TILL THE DOG COMES HOME..
  DC Ghost Ranch — Stage Coach Trails.

 

ARLENE TRIO THE KOLES:  The Koles feature Arlene Kole, Bill Kole and Jim Rolfe. All three of these amazing musicians are vocalists as well as multi-instrumentalists. Between them they play: guitar, bass, mandolin, banjo, drums, keyboards and more.

 Arlene Kole, graduated the vocal program at the prestigious Grant McEwan College jazz school in Edmonton, Canada. She has sung hundreds of sessions for television, records, commercials and had the honor of seeing a composition she penned with husband Bill performed by the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. (of Procal Harem fame) Arlene embarked on her solo career in 2006 and her 2008 debut CD has been met with critical acclaim, as has her live show.

Bill Kole, is an award winning artist and engineer/producer. Bill began producing prior to moving to Los Angeles and won “Recording Engineer of the Year” in Alberta, Canada. Upon relocating to Los Angeles, Bill opened a commercial recording studio (Mission Control Music & Post) and has worked as a successful composer; recording music for American Idol, NBC, MTV, FOX, numerous feature films. Also, for major advertisers such as Verizon, Mattel, Target and American Red Cross.


Jim Rolfe, is an amazing multi-talented musician who has been a staple in the LA music scene as both a live and a session player. Jim’s amazing ability to play almost any instrument adds to the depth and variety that the Koles exhibit in their shows. In fact, many of those whom have witnessed the Koles’ live show remark that it’s hard to believe their big sound is created by just 3 people.

Chuck Pyle; The Cowboy Poet

“DC Ghost Ranch House Concert”

PRESENTS:  CHUCK PYLE

Friday March 6th

Doors 6:00 PM –  Concert 7:30 PM

Potluck:

(Please bring your favorite side dish or dessert. Dave will provide and grill the main dish).

RV OVERNIGHT, IT’S FREE AND THERE IS 10 ACRES OF PARKING / CAMPING…

$15 each or two for $25

Chuck Pyle | Short Bio

Admired as a sly humorist and an innovative guitarist, Chuck Pyle has performed for the Colorado Legislature, on Austin City Limits, and at Bill Gates‘ home. He’s had his songs recorded by John Denver, Chris LeDoux, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band & Jerry Jeff Walker. He sees what’s best about America, writing songs about love lost & love found, forgetful cowboys, heroic highway patrolmen, and brain stems gone “critical”.

Listen


http://chuckpyle.com/index.html

Chuck Pyle | Critical Acclaim

“CHUCK PYLE’s Affected By The Moon is a quietly swinging delight … he’s one of country’s better-kept secrets.”
– Chris Neal, Country Weekly

“Chuck is the whole package…melodic singing, witty lyrics and GREAT boots.”
– Mike Pengra, Minnesota Public Radio

“This is sophisticated western music with its slightly jazzy gypsy guitar swing.”
– Bill Groll, AustinAmericana.com

“Chuck Pyle’s songs, playing and singing are transporting. If you’re looking for top-flight alt-country-inflected contemporary folk … this is it.”
– Mark Moss, Sing Out!

 DC Ghost Ranch Directions:  Hwy 95 N to I-40. Towards Kingman, I-40 east 11 miles to Exit 20, Santa Fe Ranch Road. At Stop Sign, turn Left, entering Santa Fe Ranch Road (black top road) proceed 2 miles to the corner of SFRR and Arlington Rd. You found it.

Questions:  “Just Ask Dave” 928-846-1443.

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Ch PyleA GREAT AMERICAN GUITAR PICKIN’, SINGER-SONGWRITER.

CHUCK PYLE

http://www.chuckpyle.com/music.html

Chuck Pyle has won high praise from both fans and peers alike throughout an inspired performance career of over 40 years. When reviewers first gave him the “Zen Cowboy” moniker, he decided to, as he says, “Always ride the horse in the direction it’s going,” and took the nickname to heart, shaving his head and blending his upbeat perspective with old-fashioned horse sense. He mixes infectiously hummable melodies with straight-from-the-saddle poetry, quoting bumper stickers, proverbs, world leaders and old cowboys. An accomplished songwriter, Chuck’s songs have been recorded by John Denver, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and Suzy Bogguss. Country fans know him best for writing, “Cadillac Cowboy”, recorded by the late Chris LeDoux, and “Jaded Lover”, recorded by Jerry Jeff Walker. While fans love his recordings, they adore Chuck’s live performance. The first time he made an audience laugh, he was “hooked”. A nimble guitarist, critics say his sense of rhythm is more like a fine classical, or jazz, soloist, his songwriting musically sophisticated yet full of uncluttered space. The Chuck Pyle Finger-Style approach to guitar has distinguished him as a true original, earning him invitations to teach at such prestigious events as The Puget Sound Guitar Workshop and The Swannanoa Gathering. His music has made him a favorite of Bill & Melinda Gates who have had him play at their home in Seattle. Since writing the theme-song for a PBS series called Spirit of Colorado, he’s attained local fame, and even sings for the opening session of the Colorado State Legislature. Chuck Pyle came from Iowa in 1965 when, “Boulder was mostly gravel streets”, and resides on the front range of Colorado. He does 100 dates a year all across the country, playing festivals and theaters, coffeehouses and house concerts. His 11th CD, THE SPACES IN BETWEEN is twelve all-new songs, each with finger-style guitar out front of a crackerjack rhythm section. The embellishments are elegant, with everything from fiddle to uilleann pipes, grand piano to ukulele; each song’s a hummable melody guaranteed to make you tap your inner feet. In the middle of the night, Chuck began writing down the words to the CD’s opening song, called Dream Song, and the more awake he became, the better it sounded. Picking Out My Outfit is about Man’s need to look casual, Copper John is about the favorite nymph of fly-fisherman and Wide Open is about Wyoming’s bigness. The rest of the songs are classic Chuck Pyle truth-telling; one man’s outlook seen from a life-in-motion as he continues to gather traction and gravity.

 YOU WILL LOVE CHUCK’S SHOW!

TICKETS? 

JUST ASK DAVE – 928-846-1443