Wine & Song at Lost Parrot Cafe | Wednesdays 7pm

Wine & Song is sponsored by Tracy Macrum and will feature Halley Neal and Sam Robbins on Wednesday January 24, 2024.

Halley Neal and Sam Robbins will be featured at Wine & Song on January 24, 2024.

Join Brad and the gang for Wine & Song during their current residency at Lost Parrot Cafe in South Pasadena. “I met Sam Robbins during the pandemic on Zoom,” says Brad Colerick. “Loved his voice so much I had him sing with me on one of the tunes from my Hope Street album. I’ll get to meet him in person for the first time with you Wednesday at Wine & Song. He and his fiancé (as of a few weeks ago) Halley Neal are coming all the way from Nashville to entertain us. Gonna be a fun one!”

Halley Neal and Sam Robbins are touring together. They met at Berklee College of Music and are both 2019 graduates from the prestigious music school in Boston. Halley Neal is from Lebanon, Connecticut and based now in Nashville. She was inspired by artists like Joni Mitchell and Shawn Colvin. Her sound combines inspirations of classic folk music and modern day singer-songwriters. Halley’s live shows center on themes of positivity and peace.

Sam Robbins is an old soul but a fresh voice on the folk circuit. A New Hampshire native now based in Nashville, his rich voice and guitar playing harken back to the classic 70’s singer-songwriters. His debut album, Finally Feeling Young, was released in 2021, and his latest, Bigger Than in Between, came out last year. Both Sam and Halley participated in the Kerrville “New Folk” competition — Sam in 2021 and Halley in 2023. We’ll also hear from special guest Marina Rocks.

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At Lost Parrot Cafe, 1929 Huntington Dr. in South Pasadena. 6pm doors, 7pm music. Food and full bar available at the venue. $15 corkage.

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WINE & SONG is sponsored by Tracy Macrum

PHOTO: Alisa Hayashida | The South Pasadenan | Realtor Tracy Macrum at the South Pasadena Lofts
PHOTO: Alisa Hayashida | The South Pasadenan | Realtor Tracy Macrum at the Mission District Lofts in South Pasadena.