This summer, Carl Broemel and Tyler Ramsey will join forces for the "West Coast Duo Quest Tour" and will be accompanying each other as each plays from their catalog, for a unique live performance and meeting of the musical minds.
For Tyler Ramsey (former lead guitarist and co-songwriter for Grammy-nominated Band of Horses), living deliberately and with a little space, removed from distractions and the allure of needless consumption, is how he feels most creative and at ease. And while writing For the Morning, his first album since 2011's The Valley Wind, Ramsey tapped into that insulated world where imagination flourishes and sounds for mining are plentiful to create his most realized and regal work yet.
Years before Carl Broemel joined My Morning Jacket - the Grammy-nominated, globetrotting rock band featuring his guitar playing, saxophone solos, harmony singing, pedal steel riffs, and songwriting support - he wrote his very first songs in his Indiana bedroom.
REDWOOD GROVE CONCERT INFORMATION AND TICKET POLICIES
Shows will sell-out - buy online in advance. (No surcharge!)
Redwood Grove Gate opens at 5pm.
Ticket includes admission to the main Botanical Garden collections before it closes at 5:00pm. (a $15/adult value!)
Parking in the attached UC campus parking lot ($1/hr) is limited and not guaranteed - carpooling is highly encouraged.
All tickets are by registration "will call" list, no physical tickets.
Seating is general admission amphitheater.
Please contact us in advance if you will need a wheelchair accessible spot.
Snacks and drinks available; picnics welcome
Warm clothes recommended.
All concert ticket sales are final and non-refundable.
The value is not transferable to another concert or program. In the event you can cannot attend, another person may use your registration spots using your name.
(Please let us know if your tickets will go unused.)
Jul 16, 5:30pm to 7:30pm, Redwood Grove UC Botanical Garden
Essayist and psychotherapist Sarah C. Townsend discusses her lyrical work, Setting the Wire: A Memoir of Postpartum Psychosis.
Sarah will be in conversation with Monica Wesolowska, author of Holding Silvan: A Brief Life.
Jul 16, 7pm to 8pm, Books Inc. 1491 Shattuck Ave Berkeley