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Incendio will be coming to your town

INCENDIO IN TEMPLETON FRIDAY 6/2 AND SUNDAY 6/4 + CARBE & DURAND IN FREMONT SATURDAY 6/3 + JIM STUBBLEFIELD’S NEW SOLO CD “GUITARE MYSTIQUE” AVAILABLE JUNE 7 (NEXT WEDNESDAY, Y’ALL)

This coming weekend, Incendio and Carbe & Durand are both playing!
6/2 (Fri) 5:30pm Pomar Junction Winery, Templeton CA
6/3 (Sat) 7pm Carbe & Durand at Mission Coffeehouse, Fremont, CA
6/4 (Sun) 2pm Pinot and Paella, Templeton, CA

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On Friday, Incendio will play Trainwreck Friday at the lovely Pomar Junction Winery.  We play from 5:30pm to about 7:30pm.  Tickets are $15 – admission is free to Parlour Club Members.  Pomar Junction is located at 5036 S. El Pomar Rd, Templeton, Ca. 93465

On Saturday, Liza and JP will play their first duo show at a longtime Incendio venue, the Mission Coffeehouse.  Our buddies Wayne and Sue Brask have a great music series – we’ve played at their shows for years.  This time the duo festivities will start at 7pm.  Tickets are $15, the food is yummy and the coffee is AWESOME.  The Mission Coffeehouse is located at 151 Washington Blvd in Fremont.

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Then on Sunday, Incendio will return to Templeton to perform at one of our favorite yearly events – Pinot and Paella!  The best pinot makers and the best area restaurants (making their unique paellas) get together for a true feast.  Tickets are $75 and the proceeds to go help various area charities.  The whole shebang is hosted by our pals at Windward Winery.

AND SOME IMPORTANT NEWS!  Jim Stubblefield’s brand new solo CD “Guitare Mystique” will be available internationally on June 7, 2017.  This new work features some new lush soundscapes as Jim weaves together some compelling new songs and sounds.  Featuring wonderful guitar playing as well as fantastic guests like guitarist buddies Dan Sistos, Eric Hansen & Steven Duros, as well as violist Novi Novog, percussionist Ramon Yslas, bassist Randy Tico, percussionist Bryan Brock, and phenomenal singer Moksha Sommer from our pals HuDost, all mixed and co-produced by Bo Astrup, the new CD is a must for Incendio fans!  Please make sure to check out the following links to pre-order:

The album can be Pre-Ordered on iTunes:
https://geo.itunes.apple.com/…/guitare-mystiq…/id1232947041…
and Pre-Ordered Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/Guitare-Mystique-Jim-Stubblefield/dp/B06XWM2VVG

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Here’s artwork, also done by a fine flamenco guitarist, Mr. Ben Woods – the dude is too talented . . .

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Here’s the band jamming at the California Worldfest 2014 – “Rhythm of the Heart”!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BAVfH4568gA

Photos from Temecula 2017 by Shawna Sarnowski.

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See y’all soon! – INCENDIO

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