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Shovel’n Blarney brings luck to Sundstrom Hill Winery

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From page A9 | March 12, 2014 |

Sundstrom Hill Winery is “lucky” to announce the appearance of Shovel’n Blarney, a Davis-based “eat, drink and play local” advocacy band, who will be dishin’ out great Irish tunes like your Uncle Mike used to sing in the pubs when he shoulda been home helping Aunt Bridget with the kids.

“Be transported from Amerikay — glass in hand — to your local pub (or winery) where joining in for some loud and publik singing is warmly encouraged,” a news release said.
Shovel’n Blarney is Chris Pilon(ahan), guitar and vocal; Carl (Fitz)Schwedler, tenor; Robert (O’)Sprague, string bass; and Carol (Mc)Stoll, accordion. The band has played in a multitude of living rooms and back yards across Davis, and has a semi-regular gig at DeVere’s Irish Pub on the third Friday of each month, as well as being the featured performers at the Village Homes Performer’s Circle.

Get your green on, get lucky and join Sundstom Hill for a very special Irish Wine’d Down Thursday on March 13 from 5 to 7 p.m. The winery is at 2744 Del Rio Place in Mace Ranch. For more information, visit www.sundstromhill.com or call 530-574-1296.

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