Painted Mandolin with Special Guests, The Achilles Wheel Trio
Saturday, March 16th, 2024Coloring contest pdf download!
The Miners Foundry Cultural Center is pleased to present Painted Mandolin featuring Joe Craven and with Achilles Wheel Trio on Saturday, March 16, 2024. The bar open at 7:00 p.m. and the Show begins at 8:00 p.m.
A dynamic, acoustic journey through Jerry Garcia’s repertoire and beyond, Painted Mandolin offers original arrangements, surprising twists and turns, and jams that rise up your spine. The quartet moves your toes, and heels, and soul — pulsing through this music that we love.
Opening is Achilles Wheel. This tro blurs the lines between genres with a mix of infectious high energy dance beats and stark lyrical ballads. Roots rock storytelling combined with dance hall psychedelia.
Calling all Artists!
We’re hosting a coloring contest and three lucky people could win fun prizes related to the show!
Entering for a chance to win is easy and fun! Here are the deets…
Like our contest post and follow us on Instagram @minersfoundry
Tell us why you love Miners Foundry in the comments and tag a friend you know would like to play this Giveaway Contest, too!
Download the PDF of the Painted Mandolin poster (above)
Color your masterpiece
Post your submission on YOUR Instagram page, tag us @minersfoundry and use the Hashtag #paintedmandolin316
Three lucky winners will be chosen at random on Wednesday, 3/13. We’ll reach out via Private Message, so be sure to follow all of the directions above!
Raffle Prizes include: Painted Mandolin CD + Pair of tickets to the show (Grand prize); Painted Mandolin CD + T-Shirt (Runner-up) and a Painted Mandolin CD (Runner-up 2)
- $22.50-$25 General Admission
- Standing/Dancing Show | Limited Seating
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Miners Foundry Box Office
Tickets available online, by phone or in person at the Miners Foundry Box Office:
325 Spring Street, Nevada City, CA 95959
Tuesday – Friday | 9:00am – 4:00pm
Please contact the Miners Foundry Box Office at [email protected] with questions.
Joe Craven on mandolin, fiddle, vocals and percussion. Joe was a member of the Garcia/Grisman Band from 1991-1994, and a member of the David Grisman Quintet, from 1989-2004. Band leader, record producer, session player, festival MC and fashion insultant, Joe has recorded and performed with many great artists for over 40 years and he is an award winning educator.
Larry Graff on guitar and vocals. Larry is the founding member of the world-famous Banana Slug String Band. For 32 years, the Slugs have toured North America, delivering Eco-Science to kids and families. Larry, a Deadhead for 40 years, brings experience, knowledge, passion, energy and love to the stage … every time.
Matt Hartle: on guitar, banjotar and vocals. Matt is in his fifth year of residency at Grateful Sundays at Michael’s on Main with Matt Hartle and friends, where he weekly collaborates with the finest Grateful Dead musicians in California. He’s also the lead guitarist of the China Cats. His emotive and skillful playing leaves audiences dancing, gasping and wondering where he’s playing next! He has performed in hundreds of Grateful Dead inspired shows in the last 20 years.
Dan Robbins on upright and electric bass. Dan has played and recorded in settings ranging from solos and duos to big band and orchestra. He is greatly admired for his exceptional tone and his harmonic and rhythmic sophistication, making him an in-demand bassist on stage, in the studio and as an educator.
Achilles Wheel Trio
Achilles Wheel blurs the lines between genres with a mix of infectious high energy dance beats and stark lyrical ballads. Roots rock storytelling combined with dance hall psychedelia.
Much like life itself, their music breathes in and out with joy and pain, hurtling forward like a wheel, intent on hope and love. They play hard as a way to break down walls and celebrate life. Their idealism is not diminished by the harsh light of the modern world as we all struggle to live free and have a good time. And, in the end, hopefully make a difference.
Achilles Wheel fearlessly sings out to these times — to the here and now.