1 Jun 2018Fields of Eden
FridayEasy Listening
6:00pm - 8:00pmCourtside Bistro
Chamisal Tennis Club ~ Off Laureles Grade
$ 0 DonationGreat Food & Music  

Come and join the fun inside or outside - watch the band or watch the tennis players - beer or wine or mixed drinks. It’s all fun and more fun at Chamisal’s Courtside Bistro.

About Fields of Eden

Fields of Eden is an Acoustic Rock Band that plays the classic rock hits covering the last three decades. This fun loving group delivers timeless songs just the way you first heard them and cover artists like ELP, Todd Rundgren, Tom Petty, Bonnie Raitt, Coldplay, The Verve Pipe, Fleetwood Mac, Linda Ronstadt, The Eagles… a mixed bag of songs and something for everybody. Fields of Eden’s members are The Edenfields: Lead singer/guitarist, Kiki Wow, whose engaging vocals and rhythm guitar hit a delightful and familiar chord that has audiences tapping and singing along from the first song on. Drummer and mix engineer, Greg Edenfield, whose timing and drum chops puts the right rhythm and pocket to every song. Greg is really fun to watch on his plethora of drum kits he has collected and built. Ron Beckett has years of bass playing in many genres under his belt, including performing at Carnegie Hall. He also sings background vocals and besides being a recent transplant to Monterey, he is also a mummy archeologist and studied Bioanthropology. This work led him to becoming the co-host of ‘The Mummy Road Show’, a 40 episode, 3-year series on the National Geographic Channel. He is currently listed as an ‘Explorer’ for the National Geographic Society and has received many academic accolades. He also has been involved in many documentaries both domestic and abroad associated with his work on mummies. These presentations were seen on Discovery, TLC, PBS, History and The Travel Channel as well as the National Geographic Explorer series. Stewart Pilkenton is the newest member to the band playing lead guitar and background vocals. He came to a gig and asked to sit in and he`s been playing ever since.

About Tom Lawson

Tom Lawson, although known primarily as keyboardist/vocalist with Monterey area bands such as Blues at Eleven, strips the music down to the core of the blues experience with his solo piano and vocal performance. The music is selected from the birth of recorded blues in the 1920s onward, but it is more than just a history lesson. Each song tries to capture the emotion of the original performance and to involve the listener in the story that each song tells. Tom says,"It is one thing to play the notes but to communicate emotion demands more. I hope to do this every time I am in front of an audience."