Local band to debut at Pine Street Saloon
Band made up of three local musicians
–Noah Cryns, a local guitarist and singer, has started a band called the VineTones who play cover music spanning the 1990’s – today. They will make their official debut at Pine Street Saloon in Paso Robles on Thursday from 9 p.m. to midnight.
After experimenting and jamming with quite a few local musicians, Cryns said he was happy to have found “The two Chris’.” Bass guitarist Chris Temple has an incredible ability to transpose songs into the correct key, says Cryns. “He’s a joy to jam with.” Temple also has the ability to provide original bass lines when needed in original material.
Chris Krotke, a drummer originating from Reno, was the ninth drummer Cryns said he tried out in as many weeks. “Chris has the musical chops needed and the right attitude to boot,” said Cyrns. “He’s a real pleasure to create music with and to just be around. Chris really knows how to keep the groove going.”
Cryns said that after he saw the bands perform at the Paso Robles Concerts in the Park, that he knew he needed to start a band. “The journey began by seeking out local musicians with similar musical ability and goals,” said Cryns. He said a prerequisite to join the band was that the musicians needed to want to play the Concerts in the Park Series. Cryns says that The VineTones are ready, willing, and submitting their credentials to play the Concerts in the Park Series in 2017.
The Pine Street Saloon is the oldest building in Paso Robles and hence has a lot of history. Since Cryns’ first visit to the Vine Street Saloon a number of years ago, he said he knew this was a local venue where he wanted to perform. The VineTones will be playing hit songs spanning from the 1990’s until today. The VineTones goal is to bring the Central Coast great music with a great attitude, while reaching out to the crowd and interacting with them.