The Howling Coyote Tour is a touring showcase whose mission is to expose and promote independent talented singer-songwriters from the Southwest, all of whom have music of content, and through the diversity of each artist's style; complement each other’s work. The showcase introduces the listener to several artists at one show. As the tour progresses, the show evolves, which keeps things lively and fresh for both the artists and the listener. Artists have CDs available at the shows, their websites, iTunes, etc. Artists involved perform weekly in and around Arizona and have established followings. Each year, in the summer season, we take the showcase into Northern California during July.This year’s Howling Coyote Tour will perform in the following venues:
Friday July 15th KRSH Santa Rosa, CA. 10a
Friday July 15th Redwood Cafe Cotati, CA. 6-9p
Saturday July 16th Bread and Roses (www.breadandroses.org) Performance, Sonoma Juvenile Detention Center, CA.
Saturday July 16th Speakeasy Brewing, San Francisco, CA. 5-8p
Sunday July 17th Beach Chalet, San Francisco , CA.2-5p
Wednesday July 20th Spanky's Cotati, CA. 6-9p
Tuesday July 19th Barley & Hops, 5-8p Occidental, CA.
Thursday July 21st Downtown Joes, Napa, CA. 6-9p
Friday July 22nd Cellars of Sonoma 5-7p Santa Rosa, CA.
Saturday July 23rd Lake Chalet, Oakland Marina, CA. 2-5p
Saturday July 23rd Brixx, Petaluma, CA. 8-11p
Sunday July 24th Rocker Oysterfellers, Valley ford, CA. 5-8p
Newman, a long-time resident of Prescott, AZ entertains locally and statewide. Many patrons and visitors of Prescott, Arizona have enjoyed the down-to-earth spirit of Newman’s entertainment at various locations downtown. Always giving back, he wrote “Dust and Ash,” a song for the Prescott 19 firefighters who lost their lives in June 2013.
Yavapai Exceptional Industries (YEI!) is a charitable organization founded in 1974 to support adults with disabilities. YEI! has been providing job training, employment, volunteer placements, and support services for these developmentally disabled adult residents of the cities and towns of the Central Highlands. Their program of “Developmental Employment” includes the award-winning “Community Contribution Corps” (community volunteer placements) and has been continually accredited at the highest level of service by the National Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) since 1978. If you would like to know more about how to become involved with YEI!, or how to utilize their crews for tasks that would benefit your industry or organization, visit www.yeiworks.com.
Be a part of the solution and make a difference in the everyday lives of those who are supported by the efforts of YEI! and its extended community within Arizona and beyond!
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Brad Newman at Yavapai Exceptional Industries! 928-445-0991