PANEL: CALIFORNIA COUNTRY MUSIC

& THE LEGACY OF THE PALOMINO CLUB

 

AMERICANAFEST - NASHVILLE -TN

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2018

2:00 - 3:00 WESTIN NASHVILLE -  GULCH 1

Conference Badge Holders Only

 

Join us for an all-star panel of artists and industry to reflect on California country music history and the legacy of the legendary Palomino Club which opened in 1949. Called "Country Music's most important West Coast club" by the Los Angeles Times and named national Club of the Year by "Performance" magazine — the venue played host to the legendary artists of its time. Don’t miss this deep dive into country music history! 

 

SPEAKERS: (left to right)

 

KAREN RAPPAPORT MCHUGH (moderator) - Co-Founder,  Rebelle Road 

 

ROSIE FLORES - Artist  

 

JIM LAUDERDALE - Artist

 

JAMES INTVELD - Artist

 

JOHN JORGENSON - Artist

 

SCOTT B. BOMAR - Writer / Historian 

 

AMA 2018 SCHEDULE

Showcasing “California Country” artists while supporting the growing network of Americana performers from around the country.

Creating parity and equity for female artists among the performers in every aspect of our programming, including honoring “rebelle” women who’ve paved the way.

Expressing Western culture, heritage and shared experiences of performers along the highways and byways of America through music, storytelling, and other mediums.

Honoring the rich tradition of roots music that was created by Hollywood’s singing cowboys, deepened  by the Bakersfield and Laurel Canyon sound, and expanded by today’s artists who are blazing new trails on the West Coast and beyond.

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