Join Wit for this intimate performance on Mother's Day, Sunday, May 10 at 5 p.m. at Felton Trout Farm Inn.
Felton Trout Farm Inn is located at:
7701 East Zayante Rd
Felton, California 95018
Composer, singer-songwriter, author - Wit is an artist who incorporates his musical influences of rock, classical, and new age with a zen style of poetic lyrics.
Nicknamed, “The Observer”, one cannot box Wit into one category. Wit plays many instruments and styles, he enjoys singing rock the most. Wit’s vocal style ranges from overtone singing, classical, jazz, pop, and rock.
Wit is known for his song, "The President".
In addition to writing and performing rock, Wit is the author of, "Secrets to the Universe ". His thought-provoking (sometimes controversial) observations of the Universe, which he transfers into poetry, inspirational thought, and lyrics, inspire his fans to a newfound enjoyment for life as well as discovery. Wit is creating a new art (Zen Rock). With this synergy of disciplines that is thought provoking and complex he is leaving his imprint on American Music.
About Felton Trout Farm Inn
The Trout Farm Inn is a very unique place. It was originally built over 100 years ago and has evolved into the very special place it is today. Kelly and Yvonne McGuire took over the Trout Farm Inn in May 28, 2011. It's now family owned and operated. The Trout Farm Inn is located less than 2 miles from Roaring Camp Railroad Felton Ca, on E Zayante Road. Imagine a wonderful day in the redwoods at Roaring Camp Railroad or hiking through beautiful Henry Cowell State Park, and then relaxing poolside at the Trout Farm Inn. Enjoy drinks while the kids play in the pool and have lunch or stay for a wonderful dinner served inside or outside on the deck overlooking Zayante Creek. We offer fun-filled karaoke on Thursdays and live bands every Saturdays. The Trout Farm Inn will soon become one of your favorite destinations when visiting the redwoods. Bring a healthy appetite and don't forget your swim suit!
Please feel free to send questions, copies of your stories, and their links so that they may be posted on Wit’s websites.
Note to Editors:
Have a Great Day,