Award-winning Western Music group, The Tumbling Tumbleweeds of Sierra Madre, CA will be playing the Coffee Gallery Backstage with fellow Western Music Award Winner Judy Coder on August 21, 2010.
Band members, TUMBLEWEED ROB WOLFSKILL, BIG CADE PARENTI, CHRIS ACUFF and BABYFACE R.J. MILLS will present an evening of Western Music new and old at the Coffee Gallery Backstage along with Fiddler, JEAN SUDBURY and Bass player, SMOKIN DAN DUNGAN with Special Guest, JUDY CODER from Wichita, KS.
"Smooth-as-silk harmonies and a jangling guitar mean The Tumbling Tumbleweeds are in the house!" -Michelle Mills, Los Angeles Daily News
The date is Saturday, August 21, 2010 at the Coffee Gallery Backstage, 2029 N. Lake Ave., Altadena, CA 91001. Show Time is 7:00 PM. Tickets are $20.00. Call (626) 794-2424 for reservations. For more information go to www.coffeegallery.com .
Formed in 2005, The Tumbling Tumbleweeds are celebrating their Five Year Anniversary this year! The Coffee Gallery Backstage remains a special place to The Tumbling Tumbleweeds for giving the group their first real break. They return now to their old Altadena stomping grounds fresh from headlining the Autry National Center's National Day of the Cowboy Festival! Don't miss their special brand of Western Musical Entertainment along with a sneak peek at some of the new songs from their upcoming CD titled "Blaze Across the West" set for release this fall. It's sure to be an evening of music, laughs and plenty more rip roarin' Western Cowboy fun and good times!
All the way from Wichita, KS, Judy Coder is a classically trained singer who has dazzled folks all around the Country with her amazing voice and virtuoso yodeling! She is currently nominated for the Academy of Western Artists Female Western Singer of the Year and has won yodeling awards from both The Academy of Western Artists and the Western Music Association.
As Judy says, "Western music is timeless, and it appeals to every audience. Music experts appreciate the complex harmonies and chord structures of western swing, and everyone loves a classic cowboy tune. 'The Streets of Laredo' is not found in many music textbooks these days, so live performances have become an essential link to our country's history.
"Yodeling is my thing. Wouldn't have thought so a few years back, but folks seem to enjoy it, and I enjoy seeing them smile when I do it. The awards I have received put me in some pretty fine company, and I'm honored to be counted among them."