2649 Townsgate Rd
Thousand Oaks, CA 91361
Join us for a SIP’N SATURDAY! An afternoon music with Rich Sheldon at NABU Wines stage Saturday, January 11th at 2 pm.
Outside food is welcome
• Free Parking (Parking in front and back of winery & street)
• Free Admission
• 21 Years and Over Only
I ABOUT RICH SHELDON |
Musical Style: Modern Americana Roots Rock influenced by the rock pioneers of the past and relevant artists of today. Rich Sheldon Band combines the diverse sounds of rock n’ roll from bluegrass to reggae and beyond. Lead by Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist Rich Sheldon, RSB is comprised of some of the best players Los Angeles has to offer, and the chemistry of the band elevates the energy of the audience to euphoric levels. Along with Rich, the core of RSB is Brad Rhodus on drums, Eric “Hatch” Gann on piano/keyboards, Guy Silliman on bass guitar, and Lyla Fichtner on backing vocals. Other musician friends that frequently sit in with the band are drummer Ben Martin, bass player Doug Haxall, keyboardists Roy Fishell and Jamie Bullock and many other high-level improv players in the Jam Band community.
Also, Rich occasionally performs & records with Young Dubliner’s guitarist, Bob Boulding and has performed with Innocent Criminals bassist, Juan Nelson, and son Preston Nelson. He has recorded on studio tracks with Ed Tree of The Spencer Davis Group, Rick Schlosser (former drummer for Van Morrison) and Dig Lewis (former bassist for Stevie Wonder). He has appeared on the same bill with David Lindley & Wally Ingram, Ramblin’ Jack Elliot, Chris Hillman of The Byrds, and the band Sweetwater.
Rich’s song “Meet You In the Heavens” appeared on Ziggy Marley radio, a podcast show at ziggymarley.com, and in the film “American Drug War, The Last White Hope”, directed by Kevin Booth, (A Sacred Cow Production, co-founded by comedian Bill Hicks).
His song “Destination Unknown” from the album “Rebel Soul Band” was selected for the first RELIX Magazine JAM OFF compilation CD, and he appeared with his band in the magazine’s “On The Verge” section.
The following Los Angeles radio stations have featured Rich Sheldon’s music: “Frosty, Heidi, and Frank show” on 97.1 FM; “Local Licks” on 95.5 FM KLOS; and “The Music Never Stops” with Barry Smolin on KPFK 90.7 FM. Rich’s music also is played globally on various Internet, College and Public supported stations.
IGNORE ALL RESERVED PARKING SIGNS WHEN THE WINERY IS OPEN!