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St. Patricks Day 2017
Fall/Winter with the Sisters!
We had a busy fall, with awesome shows at Wine Tyme, the Trout Farm in Felton and many other venues! We love the Halloween season, as evidenced by our pre-Halloween Feline-Themed Spec-CAT-ular – love those catty ladies who dressed up. A week later, we amp’d our kitty gear for a raging performance at the Tower Lodge Halloween party. That’s Catherine as a Mer-Cat (mermaid/cat!) and Hannah as a sparkly Cheshire Cat! (Luisa had another gig, and was soundly missed.) Fall with the Seaside Sisters was certainly fun!
Now “winter” is here, though us east coast natives scoff at the lack of snow and negative temps. We have some cool shows booked, and will soon introduce our new Request Book. Thank you for your support and have a happy, safe holiday season!
Summertime with the Sisters!
We’ve got some great summer gigs lined up, in between all of our activities! Though, really, when is it ever NOT summer like in this beautiful region of California? Especially compared to the east coast and Canada, where we grew up before defecting out here to the left coast. Anyway – it’s official summer time, so we’re working on our summer songs, our silly songs and as always, your wackiest requests. Come out and hang with the Sisters soon!
July 28 – Michaels on Main, Capitola (Wine Dinner)
August 9 – Michaels on Main, Capitola (Sunday Brunch – 12 – 2:30p)
August 22 – It’s Wine Tyme Capitola (Saturday show – 7-10p)
September 13 – The Trout Farm, Felton (Sunday 5p – early evening!)
September 26 – It’s Wine Tyme Capitola (Saturday show – 7-10p)
We Pegged the Quirk-O-Meter, it’s in the Paper!
We are so excited about this great mention in the San Jose Mercury News! I am happy to be officially on the quirk-o-meter. Send us those song requests! Hope to see you soon. 🙂
“Save It’s Wine Tyme for last…open mic nights feature local bands, including the irresistible Seaside Sisters, who play Kinks covers on ukulele, piccolo recorder and percussion. That may sound slightly odd, but trust us, they pegged the Wes Anderson-charming quirk-o-meter.”
Jackie Burrell. “Three Charming Walks,” San Jose Mercury News, March 10, 2015, full article