thu06jul5:00 pm7:00 pmAlice & the Wonderlandz at The Tahoe Wine Collective in Tahoe City, CA5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Tahoe Wine Collective, 760 North Lake Blvd, Suite 1, Tahoe City www.tahoewinecollective.com North Lake Tahoe's newest wine bar located in the Boatworks Mall in Tahoe City.
Alice & the Wonderlandz at The Tahoe Wine Collective in Tahoe City, CA The Wonderlandz are E. Doctor Smith (electric percussion) and Edo Castro-Woodhouse (7-string bass) Date: Thursday, July 6, 2023 Time: 5
Alice & the Wonderlandz at The Tahoe Wine Collective in Tahoe City, CA
The Wonderlandz are E. Doctor Smith (electric percussion) and Edo Castro-Woodhouse (7-string bass)
Date: Thursday, July 6, 2023
Time: 5 to 7 p.m.
Location: 760 North Lake Blvd, Suite 1, Tahoe City www.tahoewinecollective.com
The Tahoe Wine Collective is North Lake Tahoe’s newest wine bar located in the Boatworks Mall in Tahoe City.
Alice & the Wonderlandz is a trio based in Truckee, CA, with Alice Osborn on vocals/guitar, John Kedzie on keyboard, and E. Doctor Smith on electric percussion. Featuring Alice’s original compositions and her strong and sweet vocals, John’s varied and original progressions, and Doc’s meticulous and vibrant beats, this band can’t be categorized—it’s an energic mix of folk, Americana, pop, and adult contemporary that leaves audiences waiting for the next note to drop.
Based in Raleigh, NC, Alice Osborn performs her niche-folk/Americana/niche from coast to coast anchored by driving tempos, poignant lyrics, and powerful vocals. Alice’s acoustic originals are influenced by Celtic, bluegrass, and folk, and diverse artists such as Richard Marx, Natalie Merchant, and John Prine. She frequently returns to the themes of home, country, and identity and her latest Skirts in the Snow: Beyond the Donner Party was launched September 2022 during the Donner Party HIke Weekend. Besides acoustic guitar, Alice also plays and teaches fiddle and banjo.
Learn more about Alice and her music at: www.aliceosborn.com
Doctor Smith (percussion) of Truckee, CA, is a drummer, producer, electronic percussionist and recording artist with Edgetone Records, who has performed with the likes of Brian Eno, Madonna, Bon Lozago, Howard Levy, Bill Kirchen and many, many, more. Since 2007, Doc has been performing and recording on his custom-made instrument, the Zendrum EXP, designed by the craftsmen inspired by the “Drumitar” created by Roy “Futureman,” and his latest album is Trio Electrique.
Edo Castro-Woodhouse’s (7-string bass) formative years were spent developing his skills in various funk, jazz and rock bands in the Bay Area and Chicago. In the late 1970s Edo studied and performed with Lou Harrison and Gamelan Si Betty. This led to one of his first compositions for American gamelan being published by Lou Harrison. Now living in Chicago, Edo has worked on 20 CD projects and has performed/recorded with David Amram, Mark Walker, Hassan Kahn, Pete Cosey, Roy Haynes, Fareed Haque, David Onderdonk, Ed Thigpen, Johnny Griffin, Joel Harrison, Jim Trompeter, Ian Doogle, Deborah Winters, Jill Knight, Paul Van Wageningen, Caroline Aiken, Dan Zinn, Bethany Pickens, Michael LaMacchia, Armando Peraza, Caren Armstrong, Percy Howard, Mike Molenda, Stuart Hamm, Lorn Leber, Michael Manring, Mark Egan, Yves Carbonne, and David Friesen, Edo’s fan base stretches the globe (with sales in Norway, Switzerland, Germany, France, Japan, Spain, Argentina, Italy and England) where he has found praise and recognition for his unique musical talents and his joyous and transfixing compositions, and recognized internationally for his rare proficiency on several varieties of the extended-range bass.
(Thursday) 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm