Sunday afternoon 4/28 Jaynes will be hosting 3 great acts for the 2013 Adams Avenue Unplugged Event. Well it’s not going to be exactly what you’d call ‘unplugged’ but it is right off Adams Avenue. Free Show!
San Diego’s Folk/Psych/Chamber Pop king and queen David Fleminger and Heather Vorwerck are here with their full band lineup. Beautiful songs and performances every time from this crew. Read a recent CD Review in the SD Troubadour here
Los Angeles based singer-songwriter Bart Davenport will be featuring a set of all new songs from his upcoming album. Smiths meets Donald Fagen sort of sound. A must see set from one of the country’s greatest performers.
The Dave Gleason Trio
Recent Nashville transplant Dave Gleason will be wowing the crowds with his 50′s B-Bender Telecaster virtuosity and a grip of original songs for the classic California country fan. Like Buck Owens, Merle, Gram? You get the idea…
If you’ve hung out at Jaynes you know we really dig music here and we’re very excited this year to be a part of the new Adams Avenue Unplugged Festival this coming weekend. We’ve chosen three incredible acts to play here at Jaynes and we strongly encourage you to attend.
Sunday April 22nd. 2pm until 6pm
2pm: Tom Ward a San Diego based troubadour and former member of San Diego mod legends the Gravedigger 5 and the Nashville Ramblers will be playing a set of original songs on 6 and 12 string guitars. Tom has a very unique writing style and his songs and performance always have a classic 60′s era touch to them.
3:30pm: Berkeley based singer songwriter Bart Davenport whom you may have seenfronting bands such as the Loved Ones and Honeycut will be playing an acoustic set. This is a real highlight of the afternoon and we urge you to check him out.
5pm: San Diego’s soul powerhouse the Amandas! will be playing a full electric dance set. I know its supposed to be unplugged but as Eric Burdon sang, its my life and I’ll do what I want!
Its going to be a booze only event so get some food in your belly before you come get your drink on!.
It doesn’t seem possible, does it? It was one year ago tomorrow that Jayne Battle and Jon Erickson tied the knot here in San Diego.
Happy anniversary Jayne and Jon! We love you!
— the Staff at Jaynes Gastropub
Here’s the post from last year:
Jayne Battle and Jon Erickson were married Saturday, September 13, in Presidio Park, San Diego. The Reverend Jeremy Parzen, Ph.D., R.D. officiated. Ms. Battle was given away by her father, Frank Battle of Liverpool, England. The couple, who own a successful restaurant in San Diego, California, share a love for fine wine and dining and a passion for music. A reception followed at their restaurant Jaynes Gastropub and then the party was transferred by double-decker bus to Tio Leos where San Francisco music scene maestro Bart Davenport presided over musical ceremonies late into the night.