Tickets are now available for summer 2022! Please consider purchasing a Season Pass.
Check out the Spotify Playlist for our Summer Concert Series 2022
We are excited to host our second outdoor summer concert series on our beautiful farm.
This year we have a wonderful lineup and are looking forward to sharing this music with our community! Bring a blanket and picnic, and relax in the summer evening with friends and family. We are delighted to be featuring our own Sweet Land Farm Cellars Rosé and Cider. There will not be dinner for sale this season so you are invited to bring your own food. We are excited to offer a delicious dessert by Sara May.
*Doors at 6pm, music at 7pm!
*kids under 10 come for free
*rain dates will be arranged if needed
*No outside beverages please
In an age when independence is idolized and every person seems to be seeking their own lone wolf career path, Seattle-based roots band Western Centuries believes that the way forward is better together. Collaboration, inspiration and mutual admiration are what Cahalen Morrison, Ethan Lawton, and Jim Miller cite as the heart of their project. Western Centuries celebrates their third album as a “band’s band” with the release of Call the Captain, (a tongue-in-cheek reference to the band’s lack of hierarchy). Unsurprisingly for such an egalitarian outfit, the collection offers harsh criticism of dogmatic belief systems, all while leading by example with a unique, genre-defying sound.
Morrison and Lawton met in Seattle, where Morrison was playing primarily as part of acoustic duo Cahalen Morrison & Eli West, and Lawton was working with Zoe Muth and the Lost High Rollers. The two began playing together casually, and bonded over their love for a few Dirk Powell records which featured Jim Miller’s singing. When they heard that Miller had moved to Seattle they made a point to connect with him and the three found a shared artistic outlook as well as a burgeoning friendship. Each an established musician in his own right, Morrison, Lawton and Miller (a founding member of roots-jam band Donna the Buffalo) share lead singer and songwriter duties, while swapping instruments onstage with ease. “I had been in Donna the Buffalo for 20 years and my role in that was rhythm guitar and harmony singing,” says Miller. “I didn’t want to be the backup dude anymore. My thought was, if I’m gonna’ do this, I want to contribute to the material in a more meaningful way.” Thus, Western Centuries was born—a band without a leader; a ship without a captain.