Willamette Wineworks continues its ongoing live music series this Saturday. This week, its The Rangers3 taking the stage to provide guests with great Easter eve entertainment. This unique trio of talented local will perform at the Historic Folsom tasting room venue from 5:30 until 8:30 p.m.

The Rangers3 is a trio of the lead vocalists from the California based country touring act known as The Rangers and are made up of Folsom resident Billy J. Walsh who provides vocals and guitar with the likes of Mitch Ballard. The two singer-strummers are joined by Matt Twain who plays keyboards and also provides vocals. The three members of the band are familiar faces locally, as they are all also members of the Sky Kings.

As the original Rangers, they have performed with artists such as Kenny Chesney, Tim McGraw, Alabama, Wynonna Judd, Poco, Trisha Yearwood, Leanne Womack, Merle Haggard and others, according to their musical resume. The Rangers3 will be performing a mix of songs Saturday evening from the Eagles, Byrds, Poco and other favorites along with originals from their Best of The Rangers CD, which can be found on all of the various music platforms. 

Reservation fees will be refunded for wine club members and owners. Admission for the general public will be $5 at the door. More information regarding reservations can be found at www.willamettewineworks.com or by emailing them at info@willamettewineworks.com.

Following Saturday’s event, additional artists in the weeks ahead include  Mark Herin who will kick off the April series at the local tasting room on April 6.

For a complete lineup of all upcoming performers, visit www.willamettewineworks.com or check the Folsom Times Community Calendar listings.

Willamette Wineworks is located at 824 Sutter Street upstairs in the Scott’s Seafood Roundhouse. The local microwinery is a wine, blending, and food experience created by Willamette Valley Vineyards. Learn more about all they have to offer visitors at www.willamettewineworks.com.

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