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By Ariana Crisafulli
America is coming to the Coach House to celebrate the holidays. Known traditionally for their iconic rock in the ’70s such as “A Horse with No Name,” and “Sister Golden Hair,” among others, this rock group is coming to the southern California venue to jingle bell rock and promote their new Christmas album.
No stranger to the Coach House, vocalist and guitar player Dewey Bunnell describes the group as “a southern California band” and says they’ve played at the venue dozens of times over the years.
“It’s an intimate venue, as small as we usually play. We’ve always enjoyed it because we’ve got lots of friends in southern California. It’s nice to be in our home area and to play an intimate venue with our friends,” said Bunnell.
Bunnell describes the four-decades-old America as “a real touring band.” The duo has performed their hits all over the world and is still touring to this day. Their next stop is New Zealand.
As of now, America is focusing on promoting their newly released Christmas album, Holiday Harmony, which features traditional Christmas songs as well as originals.
America will be playing at the Coach House on Friday, December 21 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $75 and the doors open at 6 p.m. For more information, tickets or dinner reservations, see www.thecoachhouse.com or call 949.496.8930.