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Dulcie Taylor

Father’s Day Lazy Locals- Dulcie Taylor

Sunday June 19th @ 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Join us for out­door wine tast­ing and live music!

Food by Hun­gry Moth­er Truck

Born and raised in South Car­oli­na, Dul­cie Tay­lor is now hap­pi­ly resid­ing in San Luis Obis­po coun­ty. MesaBlue­moon Record­ings has released six CDs and two EPs of her orig­i­nal music, all to much radio air­play and crit­i­cal praise. Glen Starkey of SLO’s New Times says – One of the best things to hap­pen in local music is when South­ern Belle and MesaBlue­moon Record­ing artist Dul­cie Tay­lor moved to the area.”

The Mid­west Record in Chica­go says — Sure fire killer stuff from a major talent.”

Barnes & Noble says – Makes a mes­mer­iz­ing impression.”

Nation­al­ly, Dulcie’s music has reached No. 1 at Ama­zon for Top-Rat­ed Amer­i­cana and her YouTube Chan­nel has over 3.1Million views. Here local­ly she’s won the New Times Music Award for Best Song­writer, twice. Dul­cie has played venues across Amer­i­ca as diverse as The Blue­bird in Nashville, the Kennedy Cen­ter in DC, and Main­stage at the Ker­rville Folk Fes­ti­val in Texas. In the Cen­tral Coast, she’s per­formed live on KCBX, KCPR, KPIG, KSBY, and KEYT. Dul­cie loves being a res­i­dent of the Cen­tral Coast and she says – The audi­ences here are the best anywhere!”

Sun­day, June 19th from 1 – 4pm

Food by Hun­gry Moth­er Truck

Two ways to enjoy the show: 

1) Reserve a table online and enjoy the show from your own table 1:00 – 4:00. 2 bot­tle pur­chase min­i­mum. Tast­ings are not available.

2) Sit on the grass with your own lawn chair or blan­ket and enjoy the show! No reser­va­tion required.