Winter / Spring Live Shows


It’s been a while since we’ve played a show but we have not been idle! We’ve been working on some new songs and we’re excited to share them with you. Our first show of 2017 is at the Yosemite Bug resort on Saturday, January 28th. We can’t think of a better place to kick off the new year and bring out our new tunes. After that, we have shows at the Evergreen Lodge in Yosemite, The Alley in Mariposa, Sierra Meadows in Ahwahnee and the Sounds of Solstice Festival in Oakhurst. Visit our live page for details of these and more upcoming shows. See you soon.

Music on the Green


We’re really excited for a special evening in Mariposa on Saturday, August 6th. Our Music on the Green shows in Mariposa have been a highlight of our summer for a few years now. The Mariposa Arts Park is a fantastic venue and it’s so inspiring to see so many of our friends and neighbors enjoying our music and each other’s company.

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Yosemite Music Festival


“The most important thing in art is The Frame. For painting: literally; for other arts: figuratively– because, without this humble appliance, you can’t know where The Art stops and The Real World begins. You have to put a ‘box’ around it because otherwise, what is that s**t on the wall?”

Frank Zappa

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Adam at TEDx Yosemite

Last November, Adam was one of the presenters at TEDx Yosmeite. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together video and live speakers to spark deep discussion and connection.

We’ve all heard about the Youtube phenomenas, talent show prodigies and overnight sensations of the music world. But what about the rest of us? In this talk Adam Burns presents an alternative path to artistic satisfaction and financial independence in the world of music.

Summer Shows


We’re looking forward to a great summer playing at all our favorite local venues and some new ones. Visit our ‘Live’ page for details of our shows in Mariposa, Oakhurst, Fresno, Yosemite and the Easter Sierra. See you there!