Your Guide To This Week’s North County Concerts

North County is all about eclectic mixes this week. Check out one of these shows and enjoy a variety of instruments or one instrument playing a variety of genres. After all, variety is the spice of life.

Dead Feather Moon – 3/17

The Pour House


Home-grown North County band Dead Feather Moon made waves with its first album—it won “Best Alternative Album” at the San Diego Music Awards in 2012. In 2014, the band continued this momentum by winning San Diego Music Awards’ “Best Alternative Band.”

2016 saw the release of Dead Feather Moon’s 2nd album ///// The Finder. Experience the tunes live on this Oceanside stage.

Lost Monarchs with Lady Rogo – 3/17

Aztec Brewing Company


Lost Monarchs plays soulful rock ‘n’ roll and blues. If you’re looking for a jam band that stays in the acoustic realm, this is the show for you.

Grab an Aztec brew and enjoy the acoustic stylings of Lost Monarchs as the group performs with special guest Lady Rogo.

The California Honeydrops – 3/17

The Belly Up

Solana Beach

This Oakland band plays “Street Corner Soul” in the New Orleans style. With instruments such as trumpet, washboard, percussion tenor saxophone, clarinet, melodica—you get the picture—The California Honeydrops embody eclectic instrumentation.

Experience The California Honeydrops before they move along to their next stop: Hawaii.

Jack Tempchin & Jeff Berkley – 3/18

Brick 15

Del Mar

Jack Tempchin’s most famous compositions appear on The Eagles’ greatest hits album: “Peaceful Easy Feeling” and “Already Gone.” Southern California being his old stomping ground, Tempchin weaves the landscape into his Southwestern sound. Catch this talent while he’s in town.

Jeff Berkley grew up playing coffeehouses in Southern California. Although he began primarily as a percussionist, Jeff Berkley was writing songs on guitar until he was ready to debut them. In 1998, he did just that, even winning the 1999 New Folk Songwriter Competition in Kerrville Texas

California Guitar Trio – 3/18

Museum of Making Music


This legendary trio has been performing since 1991—and it is not confined to any one genre. Playing rock, jazz, classical and world music, these three guitarists mix and match a wide array of styles to bring a unique listening experience for every audience that comes to a show.

Come listen to the California Guitar Trio and its extensive discography.

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