One Lane Bridge ~ May 27th


with special guest Ashley Broder on mandolin

One Lane Bridge is a trio of seasoned musicians based in Santa Cruz, California. Grammy Award winning guitarist William Coulter, cellist Aria DiSalvio, and fiddler John Weed mesmerize and delight their audiences with performances of unique, artful arrangements of traditional, classical, and contemporary music. Fusing traditional music styles from Ireland, Scotland, Sweden, Spain, and beyond with modern influences and classical refinement results in a sound that is simultaneously ancient and cutting edge — a rhythmically vibrant, melodically engaging chamber-folk music at home in the concert hall or on the dance floor. One Lane Bridge released their first CD in September 2014 and have entertained enthusiastic audiences at a variety of concerts and venues including KVMR Grass Valley Celtic Festival and the Red Barn Community Music Series. Joining One Lane Bridge in a special appearance will be mandolin virtuoso Ashley Broder, a member of the national touring contradance band The Synchopaths. Ashley is known for her elegant, understated playing style.

House Concert Details

SLO House Concerts are by invitation and reservation only. Please send an email to slohouseconcerts(at)gmail(.)com to request an invitation and indicate how many seats you would like to reserve and how you heard about this concert. We will then send you an email with directions and other helpful information.

7:00pm show: Doors open at 6:30pm. Concert starts at 7:00pm.
Suggested donation: $20. ALL of the money goes to the performers.

Additional Sights and Sounds

One Lane Bridge website:

Click here to view a One Lane Bridge video.


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