SCVTV PRESENTS THE OUTWEST CONCERT SERIES
AN EVENING OF LIVE MUSIC
Beginning in 2009 live music events, in the tradition of House Concert format, were held at OutWest. Beginning in 2013 these concerts moved to The Repertory East Playhouse.
The majority of our concerts have been Western Music with a Dash of Blue Grass and a Touch of Folk.
Want to know about Western Music and the Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival? Enjoy these interviews!
Enjoy episodes of "SCV Newsmaker of the Week" filmed by SCVTV about the Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival and The Buckaroo Book Shop
- Filmed March 9, 2010 Host Leon Worden interviews Festival Director, Michael Fleming and Bobbi Jean Bell of OutWest,
- Filmed March 29, 2011 Host Leon Worden interviews Andree Walper of the Economic Development Department, City of Santa Clarita Staff, and Bobbi Jean Bell
SCVTV PRESENTS THE OUTWEST CONCERT SERIES | 2016 JANUARY - NOVEMBER
Click the links below for a front row seat to the SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series - concerts filmed in OutWest's intimate in-store setting or The REP Theater. Are you a resident in the Santa Clarita Valley with AT&T U-Verse Channel 99 or Time Warner Channel 20 access? Check your cable schedule for programing by your local community cable channel SCVTV. Available for all viewing audiences on-line at www.scvtvoutwest.com. Find CDs of all performers at OutWest's store or on our website.
Live Concerts are Fourth Thursday nights (except April and November)
The Hydeaway Lounge opens at 7:00 p.m., Concert at 8:00 p.m.
SCVTV, OutWest, Repertory East Playhouse, and the Western Music Association California Chapter
Special " Thank You" to the Magazine of Santa Clarita for promoting the Concert Series!
Thank you to all our talented performers and the loyal audience that have embraced and enjoyed great live entertainment at OutWest. SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series has a new home! The tradition of entertaining and engaging performances in an intimate setting continues at the Repertory East Playhouse! Thursday night, once a month. Enjoy a comfortable seat, (there are 81 of them!), elbow and leg room, the amenities of the Hydeaway Lounge, and the convenience of Main Street in Old Town Newhall. SCVTV continues to film these great programs so you can enjoy again and again on Time Warner Channel 20 or AT&T U-Verse Channel 99 and always 24/7 on www.scvtv.com. We are grateful for this opportunity to expand the Concert Series in the intimate setting of this professional theater company's home.
- Seating is limited, you are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance or reserve by phone.
- Pick Up Reserved Tickets: At OutWest or at Will Call the night of the performance
- Reserve Tickets by phone - 661.255.7087 Toll Free 1.877.340.9378
Repertory East Playhouse, 24266 Main St, Newhall, CA 91321
The Hydeaway Lounge @ the REP
Offers Beer, Wine, and Mixed Drinks
Before and After Every Show
Will Call and Hydeaway Lounge Open 7:00 p.m., Concert 8:00 p.m.
2016 CONCERT SERIES SCHEDULE
Continuing the tradition of presenting new and emerging artists and groups, along with well established musicians, we are pleased to present the 2016 concert calendar. All concerts are the 4th Thursday of every month, January - November, except for Third Thursday, November 17. Concerts are at the Repertory East Playhouse, doors and Hydeaway Lounge open at 7:00 p.m. with concert at 8:00 p.m. Members of the Western Music Association (WMA), Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society (SCVHS), and Friends of Hart Park (FOHP) receive a 15% discount. To receive e-mail concert reminders send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
2016 Fourth Thursdays unless otherwise noted. Light Refreshments may be served.
January 28, February 25, March 24, April TBD, May 26, June 23, July 28, August 25, September 22, October 27, November 17 (3rd Thursday)
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2015
SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series: An Evening with Adrian Buckaroogirl
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ADRIAN—aka—the BUCKAROOGIRL is a force of nature! She’s an exuberant, dynamic, talented, singer/songwriter with an infectious, positive attitude and a powerful voice.
Equally at home in the branding pen roping calves or on stage in front of thousands of fans, she takes her listeners deep into the lives and challenges faced by cowboys and ranchers through songs that reflect her experiences growing up on ranches throughout the west.Western Horseman Magazine has called her the “buckaroo’s Taylor Swift” and has chosen her song, "The Will James Days," from her first CD, Highway 80, as one of the 13 Best Western Songs of All Times. Adrian’s second CD, "Boots and Pearls," was produced by Tom Russell who said in The Cowboy Way Magazine, “I heard the clear potential. I was impressed that she has such a great voice and was so at ease on stage….Adrian is the breath of strong fresh air that the cowboy music scene needs. I was honored to have worked with her.” Ranch and Reata Magazine writes about her third CD, "Buckaroogirl" s a gift to all of us who enjoy real western music. She is in fact the real deal.” Adrian says that her new songs “….reflect my experiences and those of the cowboys I work with and live around.”
SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series is made possible by SCVTV, OutWest, Repertory East Playhouse, and the Western Music Association California Chapter. Special "Thank You" to the Magazine of Santa Clarita.
THURSDAY 22, 2015
SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series: An Evening with The Tom Corbett Band
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Tom Corbett is a mandolin and guitar player singer songwriter who has toured and recorded with some of the best musicians in the folk and roots musical world. He has contributed his talents to the Blue Grass, New Grass, and Americana Roots music as a singer, songwriter, mandolist and guitarist for over two decades. His accomplishments include 3 solo albums to date, and he has supported many other great artists from the music scene, both on recordings and as a live touring musician. Corbett toured and recorded on several albums with John McEuen (Nitty Gritty Dirt Band).
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2015
SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series: An Evening with Tracy Newman and the Reinforcements
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Tracy grew up in Los Angeles. She started playing guitar as a young teen, usually sitting on the diving board of her family’s pool, strumming for hours each day. Back then she was mostly influenced by the Kingston Trio, because she could actually play some of their songs, especially “Tom Dooley” which had, and still has, only two chords.
Tracy has been writing songs all along and is performing full-time. Her current band is made up of Gene Lippmann (guitar and vocal), John Cartwright (bass), Paula Fong (vocal) and Doug Knoll (drums). The music is essentially acoustic folk. They do a funny, moving and memorable show.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 2015
SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series: An Evening with Dave Stamey
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Cowboys and Indians Magazine has called him “the Charlie Russell of Western Music.” Western Horseman Magazine declared his “Vaquero Song” to be one of the greatest Western songs of all time. Dave Stamey has been a cowboy, a mule packer, a dude wrangler, and is now one of the most popular Western entertainers working today. He has been voted six times Entertainer of the Year, six times Male Performer of the Year and five times Songwriter of the Year by the Western Music Association, and received the Will Rogers Award from the Academy of Western Artists.
This was a special night! Join us as we celebrated OutWest's 6th Anniversay and Bobbi Jean's Birthday
THURSDAY, JULY 23, 2015
SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series: An Evening with Sidewinder
(L-R) Ken Wilcox, Tom Wolverton, Bruce Huntington
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Long time veterans of the Southern California music scene, Ken Wilcox, Tom Wolverton, and Bruce Huntington have joined forces to create Sidewinder, an exciting acoustic musical group. A Sidewinder performance will include many originals songs written by band members Tom and Bruce. Featuring raw energy, excellent musicianship, and polished three-part harmonies, the band is in great demand from San Diego, to Los Angeles, and Tucson to Tombstone Arizona. Sidewinder has an entertaining mix of Western, original, roots, and Americana music.
THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 2015
SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series: An Evening with Miss Devon & The Outlaw with Special Guests Kristyn Harris and Brook Wallace
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Back by Popular Demand! MISS DEVON & THE OUTLAW With Special Guests KRISTYN HARRIS & BROOK WALLACE Return to the SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series!
From Fort Worth, Texas, as the recipients of the 2013 ‘New Horizon’ Wrangler Award, the 2014 and 2013 Western Music Association ‘Duo/Group of the Year’, and two-time winners of the WMA Harmony Duo competition, Miss Devon & the Outlaw could be stirrin' up the most dust between here and the chuckwagon camp!
MISS DEVON, Academy of Western Artists 2009 ‘Western Music Female Performer of the Year’ is noted for her vintage 'sock-rhythm' guitar style, warm 'swingtime cowgirl' vocals, and lively persona, engaging kids and adults in her audience with a style perfectly suited to her ‘secret’ persona as the singing voice of Toy Story 2’s “Jessie” on the Grammy-winning Disney CD "Woody's Roundup featuring Riders in the Sky'. She has made appearances at Pixar Studios,the renowned Grand Old Opry in Nashville, done shows with Radio Disney, Riders In the Sky, Michael Martin Murphey, The Texas Playboys, and is frequently seen on Starz-Encore's "Western Channel", and RFD-TV.
When OUTLAW JESSIE DEL ROBERTSON joins Miss Devon on the stage, things get more fun than puttin' socks on a rooster. According to witnesses, this western gent is the duo’s rowdier half, getting his nickname, as Miss Devon says, "Because it's plumb illegal what he does with Milk Cow Blues!" Like all outlaws, Jessie has been known to disappear into at least a dozen alias personalities, including his new acting role as the bartender, Jessie Banks, on Bob Terry’s original western web series, SUNDOWN Western webisode series, seen at www.sundownwestern.com, so watch him close! With fine classic western tenor-to baritone vocals, and a LOT of charm, this rascal just might make a clean getaway with yer funny bone.
2015 & 2014 WMA Female Performer of the Year, Kristyn Harris (R) and award winner fiddler, Brook Wallace (L), join in the fun with their own crowd pleasing talents! This is a show not to miss!
FILMED THURSDAY, MAY 28, 2015
SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series: An Evening with Susie Glaze & The Hilonesome Band
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Susie Glaze & The Hilonesome Band is a lush newgrass Americana folk fusion quintet presenting gorgeous eclectic blends of mountain folk and exciting new grassy and Celtic-inspired originals, all with the remarkable voice of Susie Glaze. They have been likened to the classic British bands Pentangle and Fairport Convention in that they blend classic folk music with rough-edged stories of tragedy and fate, all with orchestral arrangements sounding like chamber music gone folk! Winner of the Just Plain Folks 2006 Music Award for Best Roots Album for their debut CD “Blue Eyed Darlin,'” their studio CD “White Swan” was released in March of 2013 to critical acclaim from No Depression, FolkWorks, Pop Matters, M Magazine for Musicians, Music News Nashville and FolkWords UK among others.
Susie Glaze & The Hilonesome Band have just completed recording their new album, “Not That Kind of Girl.” More than a year in the making, it features Herb Pedersen and Chris Hillman joining them in the studio to create a version of J.D. Souther's classic song "Prisoner in Disguise. Besides "Prisoner," other cuts on the album include six originals from their own Rob Carlson, along with covers from David Olney, Denise Hagan and Ernest Troost. The feel of the album is decidedly Americana, a true melting-pot of folk music-based sounds including standard country, contemporary folk, Texas swing, Joni Mitchell-style jazz-rock, traditional old-country folk ballads and bossa-nova-style jazz, with the classic 70's sound of "Prisoner in Disguise" featuring Hillman and Pedersen topping off the eclectic mix.
The Hilonesome Band is Steve Rankin on mandolin, Rob Carlson on guitar and dobro, Fred Sanders on bass and Mark Indictor on fiddle, showcasing the songwriting of lead guitarist Carlson.
FILMED WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15 2015
SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series: An Evening with Kristyn Harris and Jim Jones
Western Music Association 2014 Female Performer and Male Performer of The Year
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Click the link above for a night of Western music with the talented and engaging Kristyn Harris and Jim Jones.
Kristyn Harris: Hailing from Texas, Kristyn Harris was named the 2014 Western Music Association Female Performer of the Year and the 2014 Academy of Western Artists Western Female Performer of the Year. Other WMA honors include 2013 Cowboy Swing Album of the Year, 2012 Crescendo Award and 2012 Female Yodeler of the Year. She is noted for her powerful vocals, strong rhythm guitar style, songwriting, yodeling, and upright bass playing. She draws her inspiration from the ranching lifestyle that she loves, as well as classic and contemporary western icons.
Kristyn brings to the stage a warm and genuine personality, with a unique energetic flair that makes her love of the music she performs evident and contagious. Featured at this weekend’s Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival enjoy her additional performances at Canyon Theatre Guild, Hart Hall at William S. Hart Park, and the Wild West Stage.
Jim Jones: Honored with the Western Music Association 2014 Male Performer of The Year award, Jim Jones tells it like it was, is and will be in the great American West. A resident of New Mexico, Jim is a student of the West. He lives, sings and writes about cowboys, horses, cattle rustlers and the sweeping landscape. Jim’s songwriting, guitar-picking and unique vocal style keeps him in demand on the Western music circuit. His song, “Texas Is Burnin” received the 2013 Western Writers of America Spur Award for Western Song of the Year. An author, his award-winning trilogy-Rustler’s Moon, Colorado Moon and Waning Moon- have educated, informed and entertained readers around the world. He will be one of OutWest’s featured authors Saturday and Sunday, April 18 & 19, at the Buckaroo Book Shop.
FILMED THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 2015
SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series
Midnight Radio: A One-Woman Show with Katy Moffatt
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Katy Moffatt’s profound interest in history and history-in-the-making has long populated her albums and live shows with songs about real people and events, often with an emphasis on women: their accomplishments, struggles and predicaments. Her new project, Midnight Radio: A One-Woman Show, is a musical and spoken-word performance piece which focuses that lively interest from a distinctly female point of view. Katy Moffatt is an internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter from Ft. Worth, Texas, now living in California. With 16 albums, appearances in 4 major motion pictures, and consistent live touring, her career has spanned 40 years, garnering numerous rave reviews, nominations and awards.
FILMED THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2015
SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series: An Evening Of Bluegrass With Hot October
Jesse Olema - Violin, Vocals, Paul Fuller - Banjo, Vocals Sasha Birrittella - Guitar, Vocals Dave Tranchina - Bass, Vocals
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Hot October is a high energy bluegrass quartet, built of some of the best pickers in Los Angeles. After studying at Cal Arts in Santa Clarita, all members continued working as professional session and performing artists with ranging genres of music.
It wouldn't be out of place to see David Tranchina (bass), using the precision, and freedom of a jazz musician to rip through these punchin' bluegrass songs. Sasha Birrittella (guitar), can be found playing in some of the largest stages around the world w/ pop and rock artists. When he picks up the acoustic guitar however, you hear all of the history in each and every note coming through those strings. The band is driven with original songs written by Paul Fuller (banjo), and Jesse Olema (fiddle). Paul has played the banjo all his life, and his songs reflect the history of bluegrass, while coming from a modern place. Being a luthier himself, Paul also builds amazing ukelele's and guitars. Jesse Olema plays the fiddle with a soulfulness and attack that you don't normally see, and as an original songwriter, he has carved his own voice in the Americana/bluegrass realm.
FILMED THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 2015
SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series:
An Evening with Tumbleweed Rob & The Southwest Junction
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Acclaimed entertainer, singer and songwriter, ROB WOLFSKILL embarks on a musical journey and invites you along! He shares the Acoustic Music that influences him, touches his heart as well as his own original compositions. A descendent of the Chiricahua Red Paint Apache people with strong family ties to the Southwest, Rob grew up influenced by a wide variety of music, from the Sons of the Pioneers, to Elton John, and everything in between. His songwriting style is both personal and influenced by Acoustic Roots Music. Rob says, “Acoustic Music has a way of really touching your soul. I think the organics of acoustic instruments and the natural materials they are made of truly have a way of reaching us in a very primal way. Acoustic Music dwells most harmoniously with that deep affection we feel for music in our hearts.”
THE SOUTHWEST JUNCTION consists of Craig Ferguson on Guitar, Jesse Olema on Fiddle, and Christopher Rolontz on Bass.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2014
SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series: An Evening with Belinda Gail
"Granite Mountain" Awarded 2014 Western Album of The Year by the Western Music Association
Multi award winning singer/songwriter and performer, BELINDA GAIL, returns to the OutWest stage! What a special concert this will be! We'll enjoy an evening of original and classic Western music, a holiday tune or two, as well as songs from her 2014 CD release "Granite Mountain." Belinda Gail was raised on ranches in Nevada’s Carson Valley and in the California Sierra Nevada foothills near Sequoia National Park. Her rich ranching heritage and love of the West runs deep in her music and evoke the character of the people, as well as the beauty, majesty, and deep connection to the land that only those who have lived the ranch life can truly capture. Ranching and the ‘cowboy life’ are very much part of the essence of this dynamic Western Performer. Along with being a gifted singer/songwriter her warm and vibrant personality beautifully captures the ‘Spirit of the West’ and easily wraps itself around her audience. Belinda Gail is one of the most sought after women performing Western music today. Belinda stirs the emotions and visions of the West in the heart of every audience she embraces. She truly is “America’s Western Sweetheart”.
OCTOBER 16, 2014