Ynana Rose to debut new album in Paso
Singer Ynana Rose of San Luis Obispo will celebrate the release of her debut CD, co-produced with Damon Castillo on Oct. 10 at D’Anbino Cellars in Paso Robles. Both Rose and Castillo will play full sets in this Songwriters At Play concert.
A veteran performer and former lead singer with the honky-tonk country and western swing band The Swingin’ Doors, Rose draws inspiration from Gillian Welch, Emmylou Harris, Dolly Parton, Corinne West, Eddie Vedder and more. Her original music blends elements of folk, bluegrass, country and jazz, sung in a truly soulful voice that crosses genres with ease. Her 2014 CD release, “Ynana Rose,” is her first album.
Damon Castillo is the co-producer of Ynana Rose’s album, which was recorded this year at his Laurel Lane recording studio in San Luis Obispo. He just released his new album “Mess Of Me,” which he wrote and produced, with the help on some mixes of nine-time Grammy Award-winner F. Reid Shippen. “Mess of Me” is the follow up to 2011’s “Live At The Mission” and 2009’s “Laurel Lane”, an album produced by Grammy-Award winner Ross Hogarth. Damon’s music is described as “Take the beach-vibes of Jack Johnson and combine it with Jason Mraz’s blunt lyricism, and you have Damon Castillo’s distilled jams of happiness.”
Songwriters At Play concerts are held monthly on second Fridays at D’Anbino Cellars, 710 Pine St., Paso Robles. Reservations are recommended at (805) 227-6800 ext. 700. Tickets are $10. Show begins at 7 p.m., food service begins at 6 p.m.