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September 5 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Summer Date Nights with the Clark Center presents:
KCBX Live Oak 2020 Performance: Ynana Rose
(Official Performance Video; only shown once before)
Series Sponsored by
Mary Rowan Ishikawa of Allstate Suncoast Agency
“With a delivery as warm hearted as the stuff of her lyrics, Ynana Rose lays out as soulful a set as one is likely to have run across this year. ” (Duane Verh, Roots Music Report)
Watch this official livestream performance of Ynana Rose from the 2020 Live Oak Music festival, featuring Gary Wooten on lead guitar, Paul Griffith on drums & Dylan Johnson on bass.
Ynana Rose creates Americana music threaded with folk, country, blues, bluegrass, jazz and more. She sings of the joy and heartbreak of living, in a rich, soulful voice that crosses genres with ease. An award-winning songwriter who draws inspiration from Emmylou Harris, Willie Nelson, and more, her music is rooted in the traditions of American music while reaching for new horizons.
She has released two full-length albums: “Ynana Rose” (2014), & “Tea Leaf Confessions” (2018). “Tea Leaf Confessions” features classic and contemporary folk, honky-tonk country, gypsy jazz and porch-stomping Americana sounds, earning international airplay and great reviews:
“Music for people who have lived and are still around to tell about it…Tea Leaf Confessions is an enjoyable listen for those of us who have done some living of our own.” – Tony Peters, Icon Fetch (Dec 04, 2018)
“If you forced me to pin a label on this album, I’d call it folk, but singer Ynana Rose moves effortlessly among several genres, including pop and country.” – Jeff Burger, No Depression (Dec 15, 2018)
Ynana [pronounced Y’nah-nah] lives in San Luis Obispo, California. She wrote her first song at the age of 37, which opened up a world of creative passion.
Ynana has played in many top California Central Coast venues, including Live Oak Music Festival, Parkfield Bluegrass Festival, SLO Brew, D’Anbino Cellars among many.
New Times Music Awards 2019: Second Place, Country/Folk/Americana (“Mendocino Sunrise”)
My New Favorite, SLO County 2017: Best Song (“The Gift of a Song”) & Best Overall
My New Favorite, SLO County 2020: Best Overall
MARS Recording Studio Songwriters Showcase 2017: Second Place
American Songwriter Magazine Lyric Contest 2017: Fourth Place (“The Gift of a Song”)
American Songwriter Magazine Lyric Contest 2016: Fourth Place (“Lillian”)
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 enjoy, in honor of this Labor Day Weekend and Ynana’s country-infused music.:
* Fried Chicken (your favorite recipe)
* Potato Salad