September 26 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Summer Date Nights with the Clark Center presents:
“Moonshiner Collective: Goodtime Music with a Soulful Depth”
KCBX Live Oak 2020 Performance: Moonshiner Collective
(Official Performance Video; only shown once before)
Note: All donations are split equally between Moonshiner Collective and the Clark Center.
Series Sponsored by
Mary Rowan Ishikawa of Allstate Suncoast Agency
Moonshiner Collective is the SLO based musical project of multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter Dan Curcio, drawing from a diverse range of folk, rock, and Americana influences. The name was derived from the experiences Curcio had playing music under the moon and stars with friends while living in a yurt overlooking the Pacific Ocean in the small town of Cayucos.
The powerful communal vibe and spirit of the yurt property jam sessions gave Curcio the desire to create a musical project that could draw from a wide variety of talents and inspirations and continually evolve while being rooted in his uniquely soulful and upbeat brand of folk rock music. Curcio records and performs with a diverse lineup of talented musicians, most notably drummer Ryan House, the Cimo Brothers, and members of his former band Still Time.
NPR affiliate KCBX radio has been on the air since 1975. The station began their annual “Live Oak” fundraiser in 1988. This year’s festival was held online, due to the pandemic.
This performance was recently shot in a studio in the city of San Luis Obispo.
Note: All donations are split equally between Ynana Rose and the Clark Center. This re-broadcast is with permission of KCBX.
Suggested comfort food menu to enjy: