Music seven days a week - and more at Vino Di Sedona

With flute, pennywhistles, and guitar, Rick Cyge and Lynn Trombetta meld influences as diverse as Celtic, African, and Mediterranean traditions to create captivating, organic music as distinctive in sound as it is diverse in scope.

With flute, pennywhistles, and guitar, Rick Cyge and Lynn Trombetta meld influences as diverse as Celtic, African, and Mediterranean traditions to create captivating, organic music as distinctive in sound as it is diverse in scope.

Rick Busbea is back for another fun-filled Wednesday night of music and $3 drafts at Vino Di Sedona on Wednesday, Feb. 10 from 7-10 p.m.

Rick plays at Vino Di Sedona every second and fourth Wednesday, performing rock and country classics and originals; Croce, Chesney and Buffet, just to name a few artists on Busbea's set list.

"Rick's upbeat personality and how he interacts with the audience is as much fun as his music."

Be transported on a magic carpet ride as Meadowlark performs a vibrant, colorful mix of world-influenced music at Vino Di Sedona on Thursday, Feb. 11, 6-9 p.m.

With flute, pennywhistles, and guitar, Rick Cyge and Lynn Trombetta meld influences as diverse as Celtic, African, and Mediterranean traditions to create captivating, organic music as distinctive in sound as it is diverse in scope.

"Lynn is one of the most exquisite flautists I've heard. She and Rick together are pure musical heaven." - CPL Sedona Music Director, Shondra Jepperson.

Vino Di Sedona welcomes power-folk duo Whitherward on Friday, Feb. 12, 7-10 p.m. Whiterward is singer-songwriters Ashley E. Norton and Edward A. Williams.

Founded in Nashville in December of 2013, the duo has built a catalog of varied, intricate songs that explore the effects of the human condition.

Beginning their career together in the writer's rounds of Nashville, Ash and Ed grew into a full-time touring duo with a move out west to Denver in late 2014.

After a stint along the I-25 corridor, the pair decided to hit the road and not look back, embarking on several multi-week tours across the country, through cities such as San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, St. Louis, Phoenix, Sedona and many more.

Their hard-hitting lyrical style, supported by thunderous vocals and guitars, bring a new dimension to the indie folk world.

Vino Di Sedona offers two sets of musical entertainment every Saturday. On Feb. 13 from 3:30-6 p.m.

Paolo accompanies Saturday Wine Tasting, and Valentine's Day Chocolate Tasting with beautiful jazz standards. In the evening Alex Ogburn takes over with authentic soulful southern blues and rock.

Originally from Birmingham Alabama, Alex has a lifetime of experience in music, he is truly a talent not to be missed.

Now a Sedona resident, Alex is a regular musician at Vino Di Sedona.

His Feb. 13 set is 7-10 p.m, and he will be back in March on St. Patrick's Day.

Every Sunday, Jim French hosts an Open Jam at Vino Di Sedona, 6-9 p.m. French is a Sedona native, and local realtor, as well as a singer-songwriter.

He invites musicians to join him, but also welcomes other musicians who walk in to play.

On Monday, Feb. 15, Vino Di Sedona is launching Music Mondays for the spring season. Randy J is getting the season started with 50s and 60s style surf guitar and vocals.

Randy doesn't know it yet, but owner Rebecca Schemmer is going to insist that he play some of her favorite songs too.

Music on Mondays will begin at 6:30 p.m. and end between 8:30 and 9:30 p.m.

Every Tuesday, 6-10 p.m, Dan Rice hosts Sedona's best Open Mic at Vino Di Sedona.

Rice is long time favorite musician in Sedona, and welcomes all music styles to perform at Open Mic.

Both events offer a night of fun and music, musicians and audience members are welcome.

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