Pasta la Vista Baby
LOST COWBOY MUSIC PRESENTS Spaghetti Western: Serving up a new brand of country, Santa Barbara's Spaghetti Western has been inspiring dancers throughout the "Gold Coast" since the early 90's. Packing clubs in Santa Barbara, Ventura and San Luis Obispo counties, the band has performed at larger venues with major Nashville artists, including Carlene Carter, Jessica Andrews, The Warren Brothers, Challe Tennison, BR5-49, The Smokin' Armadillos, Paul Brandt, Mark Collie, John Berry and Emerson Drive. At the Country Music Fanfest in Southern California, Spaghetti Western autographed photos and performed for large audiences. When not playing in clubs, the band writes and works on recording projects. Spaghetti Western has performed at rodeos and fairs; some of these on an annual basis. These performances include: The GREAT WESTERN FORUM RODEO in Los Angeles, OLD SPANISH DAYS RODEO, FIESTA PARADE, SANTA BARBARA COUNTY FAIR, TOYS FOR TOTS and the HARMONY WINE FESTIVAL. Spaghetti Western performed live on KEYT T.V., the local ABC affiliate, KKSB and KHAY Country Radio Stations. Fans are enthusiastic and have shown their appreciation by purchasing the band's CD's, tapes and merchandise. It's the Spaghetti Western original songs that are most frequently requested when the band takes the stage, a true testament to their song writing! In the past, Spaghetti Western recorded with Nashville-based producer, Boomer Castleman, on a project overseen by Richard Mears of Curb. Jeffrey Steele also helped out by contributing two songs for the band which they did in their own unique style. The band then went to work writing, recording and performing several original songs for the movie "DEVIL'S PLAYGROUND" which premiered at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Kenny Warren on vocals, lead guitar and mandolin; Joe Ferrario on bass, vocals, pasta and inspiration; along with Patrick ("PJ") Justesen on drum with help from guest vocalists, including: Heather Anne Lee, Doug Carey, Rebecca Chapman, Frank Sunseri, Jill Miles and Daniel Scottt. Add a mixture of fiddle and steel guitar, with a solid dance beat, good â€-ol two-steppin' and a little bit of â€-rock n' roll,' Spaghetti Western is creating the Good, the Bad, and the Country music of tomorrow . . . . today. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: LOST COWBOY MUSIC (805) 962-5706 or write: 1106 Del Sol Avenue, Santa Barbara, CA 93109.