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Sunday, August 2nd – 4:30-6:30 pm
Montara Mountain Boys
which way west?

Twang from the Mountaintop!

Montara_mountain_boysThe Montara Mountain Boys take the stage in our weekly which way west? series this Sunday. They’ll put a little twang in your life for sure.  

Toe-tapping good times delivered by Paul H. Taylor, the group’s founder, lead songwriter, vocals; Nick Evanson, songwriter, vocals, guitar & mandolin; Kenneth M. Sailors, songwriter, guitar, dobro, national steel & ukelele; Phil Hartman, vocals & bass.

They’ll regale you with two sets of classic and alt-country, Americana originals and some off-the-wall tunes likely to catch you off-guard and keep a smile on your face.  

Nick Evanson calls the band’s music “hard to label,” saying “We do some old country like Johnny Cash and Merle Haggard. We do some Elvis and some Emerson, Lake and Palmer. We do some Buffalo Springfield as well as some Crosby, Stills and Nash. Paul’s tunes cover a wide range, sometimes Irish, sometimes Country Western, and a lot in between. We don’t do heavy rock or metal.”

Read more on Nick Evanson in this story from the July 28th San Jose Mercury News!


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The Bird & Beckett Cultural Legacy Project

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